Drum Circle Vancouver
This Drum Circle Meets every sunny Tuesday at 3rd Beach in Stanley Park. This is a free gathering of drummers. We meet loosely after work until the sun goes down. All are welcome. You can discover more on their website here.
For the Love of Unity, Rhythm and Community, this family friendly drum circle in Vancouver continues growing on Third Beach Stanley Park,
About the leader: Brahm: Many moons ago, I moved to Montreal for an entire summer just to be part of the Tam Tams. I’d spend one day per week, with this extraordinary group of drummers that gathered, and then the rest of the week practicing what I learned. What a party! Hundreds of drummers and thousands of people dancing, playing chess and just loving life! Since we can’t pick up Montreal and put it in the best province in Canada, we’ll have to do the next best thing and bring a little part of it here… thus Brahm’s Tams was created to honour the Tam Tams that take place every sunny Sunday in Montreal.
The Beginning of Brahm’s Tams: I was sitting in my Beach Avenue apartment one Tuesday at my computer, and I could hear some rhythms coming from Sunset Beach. I ran down with my drum. Two guys were sitting on a bench jammin’ and I asked to join in. These guys were good. Our styles were different but sounded so sweet together. It was an instant bond of friendship over our common passion. I asked them if they would be up for a weekly jam and they said ‘yes’. The first circle over 7 years ago had 3 drums and 4 people.
Brahm was longing for the same rhythms while traveling to Thailand to expand his spiritual journey. He began a drum circle on Sri Thanu Beach in Koh Phangan on January 6, 2013. Excited to be welcomed by the community this family friendly event is every Sunny Sunday at 5pm with the same essence of unity and community carried on from Canada. Brahm’s Drum Jam is an interactive joyous celebration of sound with free flowing rhythms. Extra drums (large & small) and shakers are shared among the community.
Check out the beautiful moments captured in Brahm’s Drum Jam Gallery