Celtic-Latin-Asian mix in Errington

Errington hall will ring out with the sounds of eclectic mix

The unique sounds of Three Worlds come to Errrington Hall on Saturday night. Tickets are $20.

Enjoy a bit of Latin-influenced guitar, some Celtic-folk music, and Asian-inspired percussion at the Errington Hall this Saturday as Brad Prevedoros and Three Worlds travel to the area.

The trio plays guitar, hammered dulcimer, flute and Indian hand drums and has an extensive amount of performing experience between them, including nominations for both a Juno and Western Canadian Music Awards. Although the group has played on the Island before they have never graced the Errington Hall, something Prevedoros is excited to remedy. The concert starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 from the Errington Store, Cranky Dog Music in Parksville and Heaven on Earth in Qualicum Beach.

 

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