Vishtén (Canada) @ Django Bar - Completed
at Django Bar @ Camelot Lounge
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM (AUS Eastern Daylight Time) + Add to calendar30/03/2016 19:0030/03/2016 23:00Australia/SydneyVishtén (Canada) @ Django BarVishtén (Canada) @ Django Bar Wednesday, 30 March 2016 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM (AUS Eastern Daylight Time) Organiser Camelot Lounge 0295503777 email@example.com Address Django Bar @ Camelot Lounge 19 Marrickville Road Marrickville NSW 2204 Australia 6pm doors, 8pm show Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/34837Django Bar @ Camelot Lounge
19 Marrickville Road
Marrickville NSW 2204
Tickets for this event are currently unavailable
$22.20 pre, $25 door | 6pm doors, 8pm show
Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed – NO BYO
Limited table bookings for groups of 8 or more only are available – email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked.
Please book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)
Acadian trio Vishtén will appear at Django on Wednesday 30 March - one of only two urban dates on their month Australian long tour. It’s a quick trip for Vishtén before they return to kick off their next tour with an appearance at this year’s New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. They’re out for the National Folk Festival and a packed regional tour under the auspices of Festival of Small Halls Australia, where they’ll play 17 community halls alongside The Little Stevies and Rob Longstaff.
The Francophone trio (twin sisters Emmanuelle and Pastelle Le Blanc from Prince Edward Island, and Pascale Miousse from Isle de Madeleine) have traded their own red dirt roads for Australia’s once before, as part of the steady stream of Canadian artists heading to make their mark at the Woodford Folk Festival. All highly accomplished multi-instrumentalists and singers, their unique blend of fiddle, guitar, accordion, harmonium, whistles, piano, bodhrán, jaw harp, Moog, electric guitar and percussive dance has made them one of the world’s most in demand Celtic groups.