Alternative music, Americana music, and Celtic music will be performed in the Expo building at the WNC Ag Center on Saturday, March 26. The concert is humbly titled “Helping to Heal the Heart of Humanity,” and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue.
Tuatha Dea, from Gatlinburg, TN, will present its unique combination of Celtic, Tribal and Gypsy Rock music that has been described as producing pure primal energy. The Brevard-based Dave Desmelik Trio will play its own interpretations of the Americana musical genre, featuring unpretentious original compositions from Desmelik, who describes himself as “a journeyman musician.” And Asheville’s Carolina Ceili – a four piece band, not a single person – will perform everything from pub favorites to ballads in the Celtic tradition. (Note: Ceili is pronounced “kay-lee” in Irish, and means a social event at which there is Celtic music and dancing.)Ceili is pronounced “kay-lee” in Irish Click To Tweet
The concert will open at 7pm, doors will be open at 6pm. Tickets for both sitters and standers are available. If purchased in advance, adult tickets are $20 for sitting, $15 for standing, and tickets for children under 17 are $15 for sitting, $10 for standing. Tickets in every category will be $5 more at the box office on the day of the concert. Tickets can be purchased through Brother Wolf (bwar.org) or through Eventbrite.com using keyword Brother Wolf/Asheville Area.