SALSA CELTICA

Music |
17th December 2016

Sat 17 Dec | Doors 7.30pm
Tickets: Early Bird £13.00 | Standard £15.00 | On the Door £17.00

Shortlisted for the prestigious Songlines Music Awards in 2015 (along with Robert Plant and Kronos Quartet), Salsa Celtica’s latest album The Tall Islands showed the band have lost none of their creative spark.

The combination of Scotland and Ireland's leading Celtic musicians with a stellar group of international salseros, ensures that Salsa Celtica are always a potent blend of virtuosity and energy.

The group’s unique synthesis has been rapturously received around the globe, from the New York to Bogota, playing the world's greatest music festivals and concert halls.

A welcome return to the Brewery for one of the world’s most exciting and enjoyable live groups.

‘Oh-so-irresistable’ Billboard

‘Passion, energy and virtuosity’ Songlines *****

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Twitter: @Salsa_Celtica

Venue: Maltroom – Standing
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Wheelchair users please refer to our accessibility page 

DATES & TIMES

17th December 2016

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