If you haven’t heard of the Cuban Brothers, there’s a few things you should know about them – such as the time Elton John flew them to Paris in a private jet.
Not A-list enough? How about the night Robbie Williams pulled them in for an end-of-tour party, when Damien Hirst hired them for a Christmas bash, or the time Vernon Kaye and Tess Daly booked them for a wedding gig.
Make no mistake - The Cuban Brothers are a classy act.
And when the unstoppable and infectious Edinburgh-based group aren’t doing the celeb thing, they’re globe-trotting with their special brand of unrivalled funk, blending sexy, soulful music with jaw dropping breakdancing and riotous comedy.
‘Los Hermanos Cubanos’ have been dropping by New Zealand regularly since the early 2000s, and they’re coming back to Totara Street in Mount Maunganui on Thursday, March 22, at 8pm.
Crowds around the world love their well-chiseled Cuban accents, catchy originals, cleverly re-imagined funk, hip-hop and soul classics and their notoriously kitsch costumes.
Even the Cubans love the Cuban brothers – the group has played Havana several times without being run out of town.