Transport guests at your event back to the 13th century by booking these Tuna Performers from Spain, a group of university students who keep tradition alive with this traditional Spanish act.
In the Middle Ages, the Tuna was formed by students who used to play music in exchange of money and food. Today, these bands pay tribute to those Medieval musicians by keeping tradition alive. Fully dressed in their university’s traditional tuna outfits, these musicians can provide any celebration with an authentic Medieval feeling.
An all-male group, this roaming tuna band is formed by 26 musicians. Available in different and flexible lineups, our performers can be booked in different groups. Talented musicians and singers, this group of musicians can play various instruments including the guitar, the accordion, the charango, the guitarron mexicano, etc.
Our Spanish tuna musicians’ large repertoire consists of traditional Spanish music: from boleros and tangos to rancheras and pasodobles, this band can perform the greatest ballads in Spanish for guests at your event to enjoy.
A popular walkabout musical act, this roaming tuna band can perform serenades and concerts whilst roaming around your venue. Often seen performing in the streets, this traditional Spanish act regularly perform outdoors.
Suitable for a variety of occasions, our Spanish tuna musicians can play traditional Spanish music at events such as festivals, cultural events, private parties, dinners, and many more! Also popular for marriage proposals, our Spanish tuna musicians’ can ensure that unique moment is extra special by performing romantic ballads to newly engaged couples.
Scarlett Entertainment offers a broad range of traditional Spanish acts for events and occasions in Spain and worldwide.
Enquire about these Tuna Performers from Spain by contacting us today and asking to speak to one of our Entertainment Experts. They will be more than happy to answer all the questions you may have about these Spanish tuna musicians and guide you through the booking process.