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Cosmic Sessions // Presents The Omni Federation (live band)

Friday, July 30

Emanating from Devon UK in 2017 are the original band ‘The Omni Federation’ – a beautiful creative and gifted group with influences of electro-reggae-disco-dance.

When the Galactic Alliance met for council, they decided music was the way to bring the planets together.
They scanned the universe for the top interstellar performers. Unfortunately they were mostly pre-booked… and so were left but with a remaining few. However, there was a sense of hope when these four earthy types stepped in – and the Omni Federation was born into fruition!

The Omni Federation: An amalgamation of divine eccentricity, fantastic minds, and creative hearts. This band takes inspiration from an eclectic mix of dance, reggae, funk, and electro pop.

Based in the south west of Devon, the Omni Federation is a core of four: Jo Atkins – vocals, guitar and percussion; Julian Wilson – vocals, guitar, keys, weird noises & buttons; Tony Davies – bass; Alex McGinnes – drums & vocals.

With a shared love of music and performance, the Omni Federation’s previous bands include: Watershed, The Rooticals, 007, River, The Sundogs, Angels Vs Aliens, Quirk. Band members can also be currently heard in, Betamax and Rupert and the Bears (if you’re lucky).

We look forward to your Omni-presence.

We will be running this event inline with the current Covid 19 restrictions.

If you would like to dine with us on the night before the gig, then stay and watch the show, please visit RES diary booking site any problems then please call us to book a table after purchasing your gig ticket on 01752 229955 . Please note, our kitchen closes at 7pm, if you would like to book a food table for the full menu, our last table bookings are at 6:30pm

Alternatively our deli will be serving food from 7- 9pm. Deli foods include rainbow bowls, pastries, scotch eggs, bread & dips & cake.

We look forward to seeing you at Cosmic Kitchen.

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