This Boiler House Jazz Series at the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation takes place in the Museum's Main Gallery, the former Boiler House of the Boston Manufacturing Company, at the Francis Cabot Lowell Mill complex, on the left bank of the Charles River in the heart of downtown Waltham, Massachusetts.
Led by saxophonist Ken Field, curator of the Boiler House Jazz Series, Revolutionary Snake Ensemble is a costumed funk/street beat improvisational brass band performing a unique blend of original and traditional music. "New Orleans brass band meets Sun Ra and Ornette Coleman - fiery yet booty-shaking music - it's a stone cold killer diller! ... Most bands can't get the New Orleans stuff right, but the Revolutionary Snake Ensemble is one of the few who does and then takes it in fascinating directions."--- OffBeat (New Orleans)
Doors open at 7:00pm and the show begins at approximately 7:30pm. Arrive early and enjoy a self-guided tour of the museum!
Beverages are included in the ticket price, non-alcoholic for everyone, and beer & wine to those 21+.
To learn more about Revolutionary Snake Ensemble, and to view some videos of the group,please visit their website.