Due to extremely high demand for the second night of The Cedar’s free Global Roots Festival, we are no longer able to accept ticket reservations for Lankum and Kim So Ra .
IF YOU ALREADY HAVE A RESERVATION:
To claim your reserved ticket, arrive at The Cedar before 7:20pm on Tuesday, September 24th. At 7:25pm, all unclaimed ticket reservations will be released and made available to walk-up patrons. If you arrive after 7:25, The Cedar cannot guarantee your admittance - at that point, all patrons will be allowed into the show on a first-come, first-served basis until the venue reaches capacity.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A RESERVATION:
If you’d like to attend this event, but don’t have a ticket reservation, it still may be possible to see the show. The Cedar will be releasing all unclaimed ticket reservations to walk-up patrons on a first-come, first-served basis at 7:25pm until the venue reaches capacity.
Questions? Contact The Cedar at email@example.com.
The Cedar and KFAI Present
LANKUM and KIM SO RA - Global Roots Festival 2019
Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 / Doors: 7:00 PM / Show: 7:30 PM
This is a seated show with general admission, first-come-first-served seating. The Cedar is happy to reserve seats for patrons who require special seating accommodations. To request seating or other access accommodations, please go to our Access page.
Kim So Ra: A Sign Of Rain - 7:30pm
Multi-award winning Korean percussionist and composer Kim So Ra is one of the most skilled and prominent janggu (Korean double-headed drum) players in the world. Inspired by nature, her creative, charismatic and modern performances are rooted in traditional Honam Province Jeongeup folk music. In “A Sign Of Rain,” she tries to capture the sound of rain with her ensemble, creating a spectrum of emotions through the interplay of percussion, wind instruments, Korean zither, and projections.
Lankum - 8:30pm
Lankum have an alchemical ability to combine traditional folk roots with contemporary undercurrents to forge music that is dark, mysterious and transcendental.
Comprising brothers Ian Lynch (uillean pipes, tin whistle, vocals), Daragh Lynch (vocals, guitar) alongside Cormac Mac Diarmada (fiddle) and Radie Peat (harmonium, accordion, vocals), Lankum channel a diverse set of influences and histories to create a beautifully rare thing: a songbook from and for the people.
New album The Livelong Day, released on 25 October 2019 on Rough Trade Records, blends alternative folk and psychedelia to cement their reputation as one of the most talked about groups to emerge from Ireland in decades.
Born of years criss-crossing Dublin's folk and experimental scenes, their previous two albums Cold Old Fire (2013, recorded under former name Lynched) and Rough Trade debut Between The Earth and Sky (2017) breathed new life into ancient/modern rituals with urban punk fervour, rural psycho-geography and, underpinning it all, the eternal drone of the uilleann pipes.
THANKS TO OUR GLOBAL ROOTS FESTIVAL FUNDERS
This activity is funded, in part, by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the Legacy Amendment vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.
The engagement of Fidel Nadel and Mr. Pauer is made possible through Southern Exposure: Performing Arts of Latin America, a program of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.