Two swinging summer dates with LUCKY CHOPS

The summer sounds swinging with the Lucky Chops that return to rouse the Italian public Wednesday 25 July at the Sant'Anna Festival in Casatenovo (LC) and Thursday 26 July at the Parco della Musica in Padua. The concert by Casatenovo is at free admissionand for that of Padua it will be possible to buy the tickets from 11am on Wednesday 28 March on the official Do It Yourself website. Be wary of unofficial sales channels.

A disruptive stage presence and overwhelming energy make the Lucky Chops the brass band of the moment: Josh Holcomb (trombone), Daro Behroozi (tenor sax), Charles Sam (battery), Joshua Gawel (trumpet) and Raphael Buyo (sousaphone) is a small wind ensemble that took its first steps in the New York subways, armed with the belief that the positivity of music can change the world and energize the listener. They give the greatest pop and rock hits a vintage touch, Lucky Chops at each show they showcase their incredible technical and expressive skills, not forgetting a particular focus on songwriting, as can be seen in their new releases, including Best Things (

The fame of the Lucky Chops grew up on the web: fans everywhere got to know the band through their online videos. Very quickly their concerts were viewed by more than 100 million people, as well as their pop and rock covers and the original material they recorded in New York subways. But playing live for the fans for Lucky Chops is another story: as trombonist Josh Holcomb suggests, a video cannot convey the emotions and energy of a live show. Their incredible success online immediately brought them to the attention of the high-profile media, who highlighted their fresh, full-of-life approach to brass and music in general.




Wednesday 25 July 2018

Casatenovo (LC) - Feast of Saint Anne

Free admission


Thursday 26 July 2018

Padua - Parco della Musica, via Adolfo Zamboni 10

Ticket: € 10,00 + prev.

Tickets available from Do It Yourself from 11am on Wednesday 28 March. Be wary of unofficial sales channels.