Supported by Trio Mandala
Wild Marmalade are the pioneers of the didgeridoo and drum sound that is now a global phenomena. From their humble origins as street entertainers in the late 90’s they have taken their unique brand of didgeridoo and drum dance music to stages, clubs and festivals the world over.
Cirque du Soleil were one of the first to be interested in the Marmalade sound. Composer Benoit Jutras said after experiencing Wild Marmalade play for the first time that is it was "... the most uplifting, energetic live performance I saw in my life......A unique experience." With a strong following in Japan, Australia and Europe Wild Marmalade are the seed of a movement of people that have a taste for dance music played live with human energy and power. They regularly play at electronic dance music festivals such as Boom and Ozora and they have toured Japan and Europe every year since 2000.
Every performance is a unique journey crafted specifically for the time, place and audience. The band enter the show arena empty handed, no set list, no plan whatsoever, just free minds in a sea of energy, ready to go. With an ethos of freeplay improvisation the trio create waves of energy that take the audience under their dance spell.
In a world where nearly everything is ordered and rehearsed Wild Marmalade deliver a wholehearted journey into the present moment with a kind of reckless abandon that defies categorization. Uplifting, inspired, human powered dance music unparalleled in the world today. More than music that jumps out of the box, when the drone of the didgeridoo meets the fire of the drum and the passion of the guitar then there is no box!
We are Trio Mandala a brazilian band that plays a style of brazilian dance and music called Forró.
The most popular meaning of Forro is that the name came from the English words "for all", which means everyone can enjoy.
So everyone who wants to know more about it will be more than welcome to follow us everywhere we go.
Welcome to the family!
Trio Mandala is Forró for all.