Welcome to our world of music
Meze Mundo, based in Newcastle upon Tyne, is a versatile street band playing lively music from around the world. We entertain outdoors and indoors, and bring life, fun and colour to community, charity, private celebration and commercial events, garden parties, weddings, galas, fairs, festivals, parades, pub events, etc. We also occasionally busk on Newcastle Quayside.
Public events we have played include: Newcastle New Year’s Eve celebrations; Whitley Bay Carnival; Morpeth Gathering; Warkworth Show; Slaley Fair; Jesmond Community Festival; Ouseburn Festival; Durham Christmas Market; Dunston Staiths Food Festival; Exhibition Park bandstand re-opening, Newcastle; Newcastle Lord Mayor’s Parade; OVO Tour of Britain; Rugby World Cup, Newcastle; Magic Rugby, Newcastle; Vamos! Latin Festival; Newcastle May Day Parade; Durham Streets of Brass Festival; Stockton Festival Parade; South Tyneside Summer Fayre; Easington Miners’ Picnic; Spennymoor Gala; Amble Light Parade; Amble Puffin Festival; Day of Action on REfugees; and Lesbury Platinum Jubilee party.
Responses from events organisers:
“Thank you so much for setting off our Day of Action with such a bang! The band were just perfect. You honestly made so much difference to the event. I think many people found the children placing their hearts with you playing the Ukrainian National Anthem really moving” – organiser, Day of Action on Refugees, Whitley Bay Spanish City, March 2022
“I would like to thank you and your band for joining our fantastic day on Saturday. The band made such a difference to the parade and gave lively performances enjoyed by the crowds. We have had some great positive feedback which makes it all worthwhile.“ – organiser, Spennymoor Gala, July 2022.
If you would like information about hiring us for your event, get in touch through our Contact Us button or page, and we’ll get back to you quickly. See our Events page for upcoming gigs.
You can follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mezemundo.band/
Playing Kushimoto Bushi at Easington Miners’ Picnic, 14th August, 2021: