An amazing and unforgettable contempory folk- and song-night with two brilliant musical acts, Irish-Dutch Trio O'Dreams and Anglo-Belgian band Faran Flad.  The evening is hosted by Irish singersongwriter 'Daithi Rua'.  Mark the date !

O'DREAMS Irish Ways and Irish Laws (IRL/NL)
‘Irish Ways and Irish Laws’  is an  intimate set full of songs that go back to the first Vikings that put foot to land on Irish shore, about the long and hard religious and political battle against the English, the even hard battle against famine and the millions of Irish that emigrated to America, Australia and the European continent, about illegal whiskey distilleries, unattainable loves, strange friendships and crazy village fools. Behind the Ireland of pubs, pints and paddies  a wonderful world of magic songs is hidden.
O’DREAMS is John Flierman (vocals, guitar, bodhran), Ed Veltrop (vocals, accordion, piano, keys) en Danny Guinan (vocals, guitar, mandolin).

Faran Flad  means as much as  to “travel splendidly” or “travel with beauty”, which is literary what this group has been doing since 2009. Since the release of the album MAIDEN VOYAGE in 2010 the group has been travelling along traditional Anglo-Saxon and Irish musical paths with here and there a stop to create new, contemporary songs. Sometimes intimate, then playful and exhuberant. Faran Flad is Anglo-Saxon folk at its best! Their newest album SWING THE CANDLE was released at the end of 2015 and it’s a gem. Are you curious how Faran Flad sounds live??
Faran Flad consists of Erwin Libbrecht (bouzouki, guitar, vocals), Heather Grabham (vocals and whistles), Luc Pilartz (viool) and Jan Debrabandere(guitar, vocals), during this performance assisted by  Elke De Meester(accordion), Koen Dewaele (bass) en Bart Deblaere (percussion).

Hosted by Daithi Rua



Saturday 19 March 2016

Doors: 7:30 pm
Start concert: 8:00 pm

Tickets: € 17 (presale) | € 20
UITPAS: € 14 (presale) | € 17
UITPAS "kansentarief": € 4,00

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