Tuatha Dea at Colonial Oak Music Park, January 26

Date: January 26, 2018

Time: 7:30 pm

Tuatha Dea is pure primal energy with a Celtic and World twist. The band’s eclectic sound blends the tribal vibe of primitive drums with conventional and non-conventional instruments such as guitar, bass, modern and Native American flutes, Didgeridoo as well as a myriad of vocal styles to create a truly unique sound.

Born of a family drum circle, the group delivers an authentic tribal mood draws the audience into the music. Their rhythmic groove naturally inspires audience participation which has become a staple of their performances. From the beginning the band has embraced its Celtic heritage and meshed the traditional music of Scotland, Ireland and Great Britain with the pulse-pounding heartbeat of the drums to produce unique versions of traditional favorites. The group’s original music incorporates a rock, blues, new age, world and even punk edge into their repertoire of material to further widen their appeal.

Hailing from the Smokey Mountains of East Tennessee, the Clan has been described as “Pure Energy” organically blending their Celtic, Native American and Tribal roots into a Gypsy Rock vibe that transcends category and genre.

Join the St. Augustine Swashbucklers as they present this exciting band as part of the Old City Pirate Fest. Pirates and non-pirates alike are welcome. Tickets just $15 in advance; $25 at the door.

Colonial Oak Music Park
33 St. George St.
St. Augustine, FL 32084
904-342-2857
http://colonialquarter.com/

 

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