Delhi 2 Dublin - April 20th!

The non-profit Celebrate Shuswap Society was established September 23, 2021 with this purpose: To foster and present live music and other performing arts events in the Shuswap region and develop audience support for culture throughout the community. 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Delhi 2 Dublin

April 20, 2024

Roots & Blues Festival veterans Delhi 2 Dublin are returning to Salmon Arm to get people out and dancing.
The Lower Mainland band, known for its energetic performances driven by a musical mash-up of bhangra, Celtic, dub, reggae and electronica, with global rhythms and club beats, will be performing at the SASCU Recreation Centre in an April 20 show hosted by the Celebrate Shuswap Society. Opening for the band will be Canadian music legend Darby Mills of The Headpins fame, playing with Kamloops guitar wizard, Jon Treichel.
“Nurtured by equal parts raucous underground bass parties and all ages folk festivals, Delhi 2 Dublin’s always distinctive sound has evolved into its own decisive genre, freshly styled, “Subcontinental Pop”—a name that conveys both its deep South Asian roots and its expansive, crazy-fun appeal,” reads a media release from Celebrate Shuswap. “The beautifully supercharged complexity of their sound flows from high-level folk, alternative-pop, with contemporary training, blended and delivered across an array of acoustic instruments – dhol, tabla, violin, guitar – and electronic beats, and immersed in smart, heavy, sometimes gritty, and almost invariably joyful beats.”
Celebrate Shuswap Society is excited to bring Delhi 2 Dublin to Salmon Arm for what will be our biggest show to date that no doubt will attract music lovers from other communities to the west, east and south.
Doors for the Saturday, April 20 all-ages event open at 7 p.m. with the opening band beginning at 7:30

COMING EVENTS

2024

April 20th – Delhi 2 Dublin at the SASCU Recreation Centre!

 

MEMBERSHIP

Members:
Members get a $5 discount for all shows except the Shuswap North Okanagan Rail Trail fundraisers, have the first opportunity to purchase tickets, have an opportunity to volunteer at events and get free admission and will receive email updates for all events. This is a lifetime membership. Price includes the $2 processing fee.
Patrons:
Patrons are members who also receive recognition on this website for sponsoring the society and helping it succeed. Patrons have access to the balcony seats at Song Sparrow Hall and will be invited to special events.
Price includes the $2 processing fee.

ABOUT US

Celebrate Shuswap Society is dedicated to bringing quality, live entertainment to the Shuswap. Initially, the focus will be to present dance parties featuring some of the best bands in the province.
The Society is managed by a volunteer board with nine directors, three who serve for 3 years, three who serve for 2 years and three that serve for 1 year, so that new directors can be added every year.
The current directors for the 2024/25 board are:
Howard DeLong, Jim Cooperman, Joanne Vivian, Rod Schumacher, Phaedra Idzan, Lyndon Menard, Mona Broad and June Vanderhoek
To help get the Society up and running, Patrons have donated $100 each to help cover the costs of this website and to cover the costs associated with hosting the first dance party.
Patrons to date include: Kelly Moores, Sylvia Lindgren, Kristin Wickner, Jim Cooperman, Cole Robillard, Joanne Vivian, Rod Schumacher, Don Cavers, Rhys Waters, Yves and Manon Cusson, Kim and Heather Arnold, Catherine Rankin, Brenda Melnychuk, Mary Claire Lord, Warren Bell (x3), Cindy Derkaz, Lois Higgins, Sandy de Boer, Ruth Brighouse, Lyndon Menard, April Bell, Markus Jaeger, Lori Tolerico, Phil McIntyre-Paul, In The Groove Studio, Joyce Leach, Verna Brown, Diana Walker, Kirsten McDowell, Kari Wilkinson, Ian McTavish, Kevin Flynn, Wende Winn, Ken Nielsen, Debby Nielsen, Carol Kergan, Bernie Weare, John Drew and Rochelle Dale.

2024-25 Board of Directors

L to R – Howard DeLong, Joanne Vivian, Jim Cooperman (Artistic Director), Phaedra Idzan, June Vanerhoek, Lyndon Menard, Mona Broad and Rod Schumacher

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