Sat, February 8, 2020 8:00 pm
THE ZYDECO FLAMES
The Zydeco Flames have gained a reputation as the West coast’s premiere Zydeco band. The Flames consistently pack the house in venues ranging from contemporary clubs to major festivals and traditional dancehalls. Their sizzling roots rhythms are timeless and the execution of them relentless, with a stunning powerful groove. The Flames’ sixth CD release “Fire It Up” provides fans with hot-Zydeco and Queen Ida.
ZYDECO is a popular accordion-based musical genre – the blues and dance music of Louisiana Creoles, the French-speaking blacks of the prairies of south-central and southwest Louisiana. Contrary to populas belief, it is not Cajun in origin. Rather, zydeco is the music of south Louisiana’s “Creoles of Colro,” who borrow many of Zydeco’s defining elements from Cajun music. (In turn, Cajun music borrowed many of its traits from Creole music.)
6:30 pm: Pop up Restaurant, Concessions, No-host bar open
7:00 pm: Theater Doors Open
7:30 pm: Pre-concert Two-Step dance class
8:00 pm: Concert Begins
FOOD & DRINKS
Dinner available for purchase: Epicurean Group pop-up featuring New Oleans themed cuisine designed by a local chef!
Concessions: A selection of cocktails, beer, wine, soft drinks along with Peet’s coffee, Numi tea and a variety of snacks and freshly baked goods available for purchase. Food and Drink are permitted in the theater. No table service available. No outside food/drink permitted at this event.
ASSISTED LISTENING DEVICES
A limited number of Assisted Listening Devices are available for programs that take place in the Hoytt Theater. Devices may be reserved ahead of time. All devices are first come, first served. Reserved devices will be released 15 minutes prior to start of the event.
If you are attending this event, and would like to request an Assisted Listening Device, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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No membership or religious affiliation required to attend or participate.
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