Banna2015

The High Point Arts Council is thrilled to welcome Irish cover band Banna, for an evening full of “Kilt-Kicking Celtic” music on Thurs., Mar. 12, starting at 7:00 p.m. at the Centennial Station Arts Center!

Tickets for this event are $10 and may be purchased in advance at highpointarts.org or at the door on the night of the event while tickets remain available.

From the green pastures and rolling hills of the Piedmont Triad in North Carolina, an infectious sound can be heard dancing on the wind. One trip across the sea inspired founder Jason Marc Pierce to bring this music back to the states and gather others along the way to continue to enhance the sound of what is now known as Banna. Brought together to bring Celtic music to all good people, Banna is quickly becoming the favorite pub band in the Triad and beyond.

In addition to music there will be a food truck in front of the Arts Center at 6:00 p.m. The Arts Council has partnered with Hope Truck Food Co. for meals during the concert. For every meal purchased, Hope Truck will provide a meal for someone in need. Together we can help fight hunger in our region – still considered one of the most food insecure areas in the nation.

The Centennial Station Arts Center is located at 121 S. Centennial Street in downtown High Point. The Centennial Station cash bar will also be open for this event with drink specials. Advance tickets may be purchased at HighPointArts.org/events. For more information or to purchase tickets over the phone, contact the High Point Arts Council at 336-889-2787.

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