Modern Zaffe & Drumming Shows

Grand Entrance Wedding Drum Event
Grand Entrance Wedding Drum Event
Photos by Andre Jackson

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Grand Entrance

An extravagant warm-up to a big party!

Instead of entering alone, the couple makes a Grand Entrance into their reception hall surrounded by professional dancing drummers. We then invite the guests to join the fun and we get everyone involved and entertained. This can be done for the first or second entrance, or after-dinner to get the party started.

The Grand Entrance will be an exciting spectacle that will set the tone for the entire night! Whether you want a dramatic march or a lively dance, we want this to be the entrance of your dreams.

Add the instrument of your choice & take your celebration to the next level

Wondering what else is possible? Your Grand Entrance can be as creative as you’d like it to be. Start the show with a  Saxophone, violin, or another instrument of your choice to add another level of energy. 

This is especially fun for weddings with mixed cultural backgrounds — it creates a unique East-meets-West transition that satisfies all tastes.


How many drummers do you recommend?

That depends on your wedding size and how grand you want the show to be. For 150-200 guests, we recommend 4-6 drummers to fill the room and entertain the guests. Get in touch and we’ll give you a recommendation that will best suit your vision for the day.

What cultural backgrounds have you performed for?

We’ve performed at Lebanese, Egyptian, Iraqi, Italian, Greek, Turkish, Persian, Syrian, Assyrian, Polish, Brazilian, Albanian, Armenian, Indian, Afghan, and Pakistani weddings… and we’re only getting started. It’s all about the music! We’ll help you set the playlist in a way that gets everyone involved.

I’m nervous about the entrance/not comfortable dancing…

Don’t worry! Our drummers will take some of the pressure off and get the guests to join the party.

Can you perform alone on the dance floor?

Our shows are designed to be interactive and engaging. We can start with a short solo performance and then invite you and your guests to join the fun. It’s a great way to get people on the dance floor and get the party started before or after dinner.

Still have questions? Check the help center or email us at

House Shows

The first part of an unforgettable celebration

Our House show (or House Zaffe) is a fun way to begin the festivities. Start the day off in style with a high-energy performance that will turn your street into a literal street parade.

This celebration usually takes place when the bride exits her parents home to signify the beginning of a new chapter. 

It’s a great way to get everyone excited and set the tone for your special day. Expect lots of drumming and dancing to get you started!


How many drummers do you recommend?

The show can be as big as you’d like it to be. We generally recommend 2-3 drums and a darbuka for most house shows.

Do you play music at the house?

Yes we do! The party is always more fun with the right kind of music. We work with you to set the playlist for the show and we bring our own sound system to make sure everything runs smoothly.

Still have questions? Check the help center or email us at

For more FAQ’s and general information, check out this page.