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Tipsy Gypsies 7/23

The Tipsy Gypsies blend Pop and Blues with a danceable and distinctive Jazz sound. From the Central Coast of California, the band consists of vocalist Hilary Langdon, guitarist Forrestt Williams, and bassist Brian Lanzone.


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Season Pass - Live at the Lighthouse

Admit one to all 8 concerts for a discounted price.  Includes parking and round trip shuttle.
$280.00

Tipsy Gypsies

Join us for a magical afternoon of music with the Tipsy Gypsies!  Tickets include parking at Wild Cherry Canyon at Port San Luis where we begin our tours, and you choose to arrive by land with a shuttle ($40) or by sea (paddle or boat out to Lighthouse Beach with your own craft - $25)
$25.00 - $40.00

VIP Table for 8 - Tipsy Gypsies

Includes 8 Tickets
These limited VIP tables include 8 seats for your guests and two nice bottles of wine.
$400.00

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The Tipsy Gypsies blend their influences into an intoxicating elixir of musical mixology. If you listen closely one could find hints of Swing and Gypsy Jazz on the nose, and yet the body embraces more of an R&B and Motown richness. Surprisingly, the finish exudes clear overtones of Pop and Rock. These subtle flavors need to be combined in just the right proportion to produce the Tipsy Gypsies’ signature sound.

Their unique musical concoction has earned The Tipsy Gypsies multiple awards and celebrated festival performances. 

Currently featuring musicians Hilary Langdon on vocals, Forrestt Williams on guitar, Brian Lanzone on bass, Laura Foxx on saxophone and clarinet, Reese Galido on vocals and Daryl VanDruff on drums, the Tipsy Gypsies have been mixing these drinks for over ten years now. 

To celebrate their 10th anniversary they are releasing a limited edition colored Vinyl EP – appropriately titled ‘TEN’ – which will showcase 3 brand new original recordings, one track from their previous album ‘Waiting’, and one track from their older album ‘Little Victories’.


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