Feb
23
4:00 PM16:00

The Medieval Feast

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• Delicious food, fully catered! Lots of vegan, vegetarian, and meat-eater options 

• Live entertainment! Nobles, minstrels, jugglers, mediums, dancing, stories, and more

• YOU! And an awesome community of creative, fun, and interesting characters

Registration Closes on the 20th 

We're excited for our second annual Medieval Feast on the 23rd! We're trying to get a head count for the caterer and entertainers. While registration closes midnight the 20th, earlier registration is recommended - and greatly appreciated - to help you secure a spot and help us better prepare. Details and Registration at www.whitelotusmedieval.com

Optional Preparation - Give Your Character a Backstory

Costumes are required for this lively event! For those who'd like to take it a creative step further (not required) you're invited to create a back story for your character...who they are, where they came from, and any details you'd like to share. You'll have an opportunity to be in character and share their story. Have fun with it! Or, just show up and play it by ear. That part is optional. No pressure - you can just show up and enjoy other's stories. 

See you there!

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Mar
30
to Mar 31

Irish Folk Night at the Tin Whistle

Join the Irish Songbirds Ryan and Cat Dunne and Kevin Donleavy at the Tin Whistle Pub in Charlottesville, VA for a night of rousing Irish and Scottish folk songs.  From beautiful ballads and jaunty drinking songs to fiery political and historical masterpieces you're sure to hear some of your favorite (or soon to be favorite) Irish songs.  

No Cover! Come and enjoy a Guinness or some shepard's pie while you listen to the music!

Address:

609 E Market St, Charlottesville, VA 22902

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Mar
8
11:00 PM23:00

Irish Folk Night at the Tin Whistle

Join the Irish Songbirds Ryan and Cat Dunne and Kevin Donleavy at the Tin Whistle Pub in Charlottesville, VA for a night of rousing Irish and Scottish folk songs.  From beautiful ballads and jaunty drinking songs to fiery political and historical masterpieces you're sure to hear some of your favorite (or soon to be favorite) Irish songs.

No Cover! Come and enjoy a Guinness or some shepard's pie while you listen to the music!

Address:

609 E Market St, Charlottesville, VA 22902

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Feb
15
8:00 PM20:00

Irish Folk Night at the Tin Whistle

Join the Irish Songbirds Ryan and Cat Dunne and Kevin Donleavy at the Tin Whistle Pub in Charlottesville, VA for a night of rousing Irish and Scottish folk songs.  From beautiful ballads and jaunty drinking songs to fiery political and historical masterpieces you're sure to hear some of your favorite (or soon to be favorite) Irish songs.  

No Cover! Come and enjoy a Guinness or some shepard's pie while you listen to the music!

Address:

609 E Market St, Charlottesville, VA 22902

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Feb
10
5:00 PM17:00

The Feast of Saint What's-His-Name

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A Medieval Feast for the Reveler in all of us, fully catered, with live entertainment and a cast of nobles, minstrels, jugglers, and other characters to keep you amused. The setting is the beautiful and rustic Sylvan Hall in Stanardshirenestled in the Woode among the Hollers of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

The feast is the highlight of the White Lotus Medieval Weekend (contact your AirBnB host, David VanDerveer (434-960-7591) to arrange for one of our elegant and unique suites and cabins - click AirBnB White Lotus for more information. Rentals are blacked-out for this event - call David to open one up for you. Lodging is not necessary to attend the Feast. Rental fees do not include tickets to the Feast.)

Period garb is required (dark ages, medieval, renaissance, highlander, pirate, fantasy, foriegn traditional/folk... we're not picky) as is a general sense of jocularity and/or mischief.  (Period appropriate weaponry is also welcome.) Beer and wine will be available, but if you would like to bring something special to drink and share with a few others- you are more than welcome to.

Tickets are limited, so tarry not, Gentlefolk.... The Lord & Lady of Sylvan Hall bid you join us- Huzzah!

Tickets:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-feast-of-st-whats-his-name-tickets-39458085195?aff=efbneb

Address:

131 Mulberry Drive, Stanardsville, VA 22973

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Jan
20
6:30 PM18:30

Benefit Concert for the Boxerwood Nature Center

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Event Info:

Saturday, January 20th, the first night of the winter BoxerWorld series at Salerno Pizzeria, Bar & Bistro in Downtown Lexington, VA! Get ready for performances from Ralston HartnessRyan Songbird, BlueNX, Disposed Kings, and bass DJ Will Kirchner with live projection mapping digital art by Zebulon Wolfe and live painting by visionary artist Luke Schroeder. Music starts at 6 PM. Suggested donation $8. All proceeds go to Boxerwood Nature Center & Woodland Garden in Lexington VA. See you soon!

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May
28
to May 31

A TRIBUTE TO JOHN WILLIAMS

I will be singing A Tribute to John Williams with the Baltimore Choral Arts Society at the Music Center at Strathmore and the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall this coming week.

"Behind every great film is a compelling score, and the works of noted film composer John Williams are nothing short of brilliant. Join us for a celebration of this iconic contemporary composer and hear your favorite themes from blockbusters such as Schindler’s ListStar WarsHarry Potter, and Empire of the Sun.

Bring your family to the Saturday matinée — tickets for children 12 and under are half-price. This only applies to the performance on Saturday, May 30, 3 pm at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall."

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May
21
to May 31

Baltimore Rock Opera 6-Pack

Come see the Baltimore Rock Opera 6-Pack! I designed the lights for one of the six called "The Legend of Jessie Jean" and my wife Cat was the assistant director!

"The Rock Opera 6-Pack is an exciting NEW format for BROS: a collection of six one-act rock operas, 25 minutes each. BROS are breaking out of their typical format of one huge epic show to bring short-form rock musical spectacles to wider audiences. These smooth, crisp, refreshing rock operas are filled to the brim with deep, handcrafted flavor. The Rock Opera 6-Pack: “Oh Boy, what a show!”


General Admission Tickets: $15. Each ticket gets you into a showing of three short rock operas. A-Weekend (May 21–24) and B-Weekend (May 28–31) are totally unique shows! Ticket-buyers who want to experience all 6 shows over both weekends will get a discounted ticket price with the BROS Shotgun Pass, $25 for tickets to both weekends!
Tickets purchased day of the show are subject to a $2 service charge."

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