Stomp Detroit Tickets
Stomp is an international sensation whose invigorating stage shows featuring everything from matchboxes and garbage cans to hammers and brooms, has taken the whole world by storm. Beginning from street performances with Pookiesnackenburger and Cliff hanger in 80s, Stomp is now an Oliver Award winning percussion group whose success and popularity owes much to the unique experience that each of their live performance offers. The group is going to make a triumphant return to Detroit on its newest tour. Stomp Detroit tickets can be bought to catch this energetic group perform their captivating ballet of cans-turned-drums, juggled sticks, hands, feet and all sorts of noisy objects combined with energizing beats to create an electrifying rhythm.
Created in 1991 by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, Stomp is famous for the use of non-conventional percussion instruments ranging from tea chests to plunger used to create the infectious rhythms. Performing in more than 400 cities worldwide on their time to time tours, Stomp has become a widely known phenomenon which will be coming to Detroit on its ongoing tour. With many exciting surprises up their sleeves, Stomp will hit the stage at the Fox Theatre in Detroit for an epic live performance. Fans can get the Stomp Detroit tickets to secure their seats and watch this indescribable theatre extravaganza that’s best when experienced live. The fun of watching this skillful group make music out of everyday percussion instruments is by any means unmatchable to what you get to see on television or internet.
Starting off as street performers who were a part of comedy musical at the Edinburg Festival and the premiere of first ever Stomp show in 1991 at the Bloomsbury Theatre, Stomp has come a long way in the span of fourteen years. A unique blend of music, theatre, dance, performance art, choreography and what not, Stomp with its energetic cast of eight young performers is creative, engaging and impressively powerful. With no speech or dialogue involved, it makes their audience’s heart thump with every beat. Called as “pure stage magic” by Sunday Telegraph, this hypnotizing show makes for a perfect entertainment choice.