Home Routes House concert coming up

The next Home Routes house concert is scheduled to be held Wed. Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Beatty House.

David Celia will perform at the Beatty House Nov. 19

The next Home Routes house concert is scheduled to be held Wed. Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Beatty House.

There is a limit of 40 tickets, which will also be sold at the door if there are some remaining. Tickets can be purchased at Stationery Stories and Sounds, Main Street, Rimbey. You can also order tickets through Teri at 403.843.6497 or Bron at 403.843.2547. A cash bar will be open for the performance.

This month’s performer, David Celia is a versatile, independent artist and working musician.

He has an audience across Canada and in Europe and the United Kingdom.

He has appeared at the Glastonbury Festival in England and has entertained at several Canadian festivals.

Known for his spontaneous performances, he performs with Cleave Anderson of Blue Rodeo fame and Joan Besen of Prairie Oyster.

Celia receives regular airplay on both BBC and CBC and is his music consistently appears on critics top 10s.

The popular singer was selected by folk legends Ian & Sylvia to be the guitarist at their prestigious Mariposa Hall of Fame induction performance.

He has shared the stage with Martha Wainwright, Elvis Costello, Shawn Colvin, Catherine MacLellan, Ariana Gillis, Sarah harmer, Owen Pallett, Fairport Convention, Serena Ryder, Ron Sexsmith, Avett Brothers and many more.

He is sure to provide great entertainment at the Beatty House Nov. 19.

 

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