Okanagan folk singer will play Rossland next week

Ari Neufeld will play the Miners’ Hall on Saturday, March 16.

Okanagan folk singer Ari Neufeld will be playing at the Miners' Hall in Rossland March 16.

Youthful folk singer from the Okanagan, Ari Neufeld, is famous for his intimate live performances that create an intense energy and celebration in the performer/audience relationship. Neufeld will play the Miners’ Hall on Saturday, March 16 with a special opening performance by local musicians Andrew Bennett and David Hartman.

Ari Neufeld sings and plays the guitar while playing drums with his legs through an amplified wooden box he found in his grandfather’s tool shed.

His growth as an artist has been a journey of world-traveling and an array of honest experience, yielding a highly entertaining and innovative approach to folk music. Prepare to be enchanted and absorbed by the music at this live show!

Neufeld is hosted by the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture as an intimate, sit down performance (www.rosslandcac.com). Tickets are $15 in advance or $18 at the door ($2 off for RCAC members). Advanced tickets can be purchased at Out of the Cellar on Columbia Avenue in Rossland. Doors at 8 p.m., show starts at 8:30 p.m.

Learn more and listen to Ari Neufeld here: www.arineufeld.com

 

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