This event has been rescheduled from April 11, 2020. All tickets purchased from the April 11th date will be honored.
For over thirty years, the Chilean band Gondwana has been touring, performing, and recording uninterrupted. Emerging from the underground music scene during the brutal dictatorship of Agusto Pinochet, Gondwana brings forth a fresh blend of Latin and Jamaican rhythms among other influences such as Rock n’ Roll and soul. With pulsating energy and a smooth, original sound, eight polished musicians are the soul of Chile's number one reggae band.
E.N Young is a roots musician who started playing piano at age 6, which was the beginning of his musical life. His parents bought him a white upright Samick Piano that he still records and plays on today. At age 12, he broke his left arm and the doctor recommended some physical activity to help recover. In response, his father bought him a drum set to help with his recovery. Not only did it help physically but E.N found a passion for percussion and drums. With his new drumming talent, he reinvented himself on the piano and his musical world was revealed.
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Ticket Price: $32 advanced / $34 day of show / Watercolors Dinner + Show Package for 2 (online only — Limited Availability)
Watercolors Restaurant Dinner + Show Package for 2 - $104
-2 GA standing Gondwana Tickets
-3-course meal w/ wine pairings at Watercolors (located inside the Carté Hotel)
Dinner is located at 401 W Ash St. Questions? Contact the restaurant 619-432-1428 or RSVP @CarteHotel.com
PARKING: Street parking and paid lot parking available.
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