Fri, Mar 08|
Betty Green Event Center
Get ready for a wild night with Tiller's Folly, where you'll experience an unforgettable blend of Celtic music, laughter, and mischief!
Time & Location
Mar 08, 2024, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Betty Green Event Center, 2021 Elk Rnch Rd, Crescent City, CA 95531, USA
About the event
West Coast Celtic Roots band Tiller’s Folly has been telling tales as old as time with a modern lyrical twist, and a penchant for stirring tales of intrigue and adventure, inspired by true-life heroes and villains - backed by their potent mix of acoustic Celtic-influenced roots sound.
Across nine albums Tiller’s Folly has united communities across the globe with songs steeped in Scottish, Irish, and Canadian West Coast tradition. Their lively songs of happy wars, highwaymen and moonshiners, sad songs of love turned sour, the lonely immigrant’s sorrow, and whimsical sea shanties, compel audiences to tap their feet, clap their hands, and sing along with gusto.
Their global fanbase has fallen in love with timeless hits like ‘Water at the Bar’, ‘Death & Taxes’ and ‘Ghosts of Read Island’, ‘Spanish Banks and ‘Steamboatin’ Jamiesons’ to name a few. Indeed, the Tiller’s Folly live experience is where the talented trio truly shines, having performed to thousands over the journey at major festivals throughout the US, Canada, and the UK.
The core trio of the band consists of three unique talents: Bruce Coughlan, Laurence Knight, and Nolan Murray.
Individual paper tickets for this performance will be available approximately 2 weeks before the concert at Del Norte Office Supply in Crescent City, by cash and check only. Any remaining tickets will be available at the door; the box office opens at 5:45 p.m.; doors to the auditorium open at 6:00 p.m. On the night of the performance, credit cards will be accepted for tickets, raffle, and merchandise purchases. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and latecomers will be admitted between numbers.
THERE ARE NO REFUNDS. If you cannot make the performance after purchasing tickets, we recommend you donate them as "Courtesy Seats" through DNACA. These are seats for students and others who would normally be unable to see the concert due to financial limitations.
Health Precautions: All performances will have current (at the time of the concert) health and safety precautions in place, which may include: mask-wearing, limited capacity seating (to encourage safe distancing), temperature checks at entry, entrance/exit flow guidelines, etc. If you would like to know which precautions are in place at the time of the concert, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help you.
Children: We encourage attending live performances for audience members of all ages. Out of respect for the artists and other audience members, we ask that children attending our performances be seated next to their adult chaperones. Adult guidance is expected.
Accessibility: All of our venues are accessible for scooters and wheelchairs, and have accessible seating.
DNACA is funded, in part, by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at arts.ca.gov. We are also funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. We would be unable to bring such talent to our community without the generous help of our underwriters: Doctor D Autocare, Patty Brunsing, Lisé Hamilton, Bill and Kathy Maffett, Nick & Lisa Rail Music Fund, and Bob and Diane Weir. Our in-kind supporters are Bicoastal Media, Elk Valley Casino, and Del Norte Office Supply.
For more information about DNACA, please visit dnaca.net.
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