WHAT A BLAST: Pride 2022
Pride 2022 is closed last weekend and Sergio Tee played four shows in de last week.
Starting on the town square in Zandvoort up to the Dam Square in Amsterdam.
Awesome experiences, brilliant crowds and always a fantastic atmosphere.
Sergio Tee brought his tunes to the big stage with MC Too-Kwan in the first place.
On Dam Square he even had a big surprise. He let his friend and trumpet player Noam Bargil who came all the way from Israel to play a part in his set after the first four songs.
The crowd on Dam Square was screaming out loud the rest of the set and enjoyed the show with the dancers. MC Tjo-Kwan hyped the crowd from the beginning right after the interlude when Give It Up by The Goodmen started.
“It was truly a dream come true. Noam contacted me a few weeks before Pride. I already had my set ready except for one or two tracks that I had to add. I invited Noam and decided with him to choose one specific track as cue for him to come on stage. For his part in the show we chose five instrumental tracks. One classic was included; The Big Track by Steve Mac. The fifth and last track was I See Your World by WhiteTronicz and Sergio Tee. In the break Noam gave such a strong and powerful twist to it. It really touched me. And from that moment I thought lets keep him the rest of the show on stage. And I am so happy I did! For me Noam Bargil was doing really really good. Normally he is a jazz musician and he was so much fun on the stage. I’m really happy my show went so well.”