Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to play a holiday show at the Frontyard Festival

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Big Bad Voodoo Daddy are going to bring their "Wild & Swingin' Holiday Party" to the Frontyard Festival in a couple of weeks, so put a sprig of holly in your fedora.

The swing-revival armada are playing a clutch of "Wild & Swingin' Holiday Party" shows starting the day after Thanksgiving and hitting Florida in early December with shows in Orlando, Doral and Lakeland. Expect a clutch of Christmas classics plus BBVD hits.



Upworthy, of all places, recently reminded us that Big Bad Voodoo Daddy really got the swing revival craze cooking in the 1990s after their musical star turn in pre-Marvel John Favreau film Swingers.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy's play the Frontyard Festival on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available now through the Dr. Phillips Center.





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