The Barefoot Movement to perform in Del Mar

The Barefoot Movement

On Sunday, Oct. 13, the Del Mar Foundation’s Cultural Arts Committee presents The Barefoot Movement, a young, award-winning band out of North and South Carolina and Tennessee, in a special “Bluegrass & Beyond” performance. The group’s first-ever San Diego performance will take place at the Del Mar Powerhouse. Doors open at 7 p.m., the concert begins at 7:30 p.m.

General admission ($15) and Patron/Reserved Seats ($25) are available for purchase at http://www.delmarfoundation.org/barefootmovement.html. A $10 ticket is available for purchase for patrons 18 years old and younger.

The Barefoot Movement, award winners at the 2013 Telluride Bluegrass Festival, draws from styles of bluegrass, folk, acoustic rock and Americana. With original songs, impressive instrumentation, and interweaving harmonies, this band converges old and new into a style all its own.

Music critic Art Menius calls The Barefoot Movement “among the best of the emerging bands,” while acclaimed mandolinist Adam Steffey notes, “I know that they will become one of the groups that will shape and influence future generations of musicians.”

Join the Cultural Arts Committee of the Del Mar Foundation for this unique musical opportunity. Purchase your tickets today; seating is limited.

The Cultural Arts Committee of the Del Mar Foundation is dedicated to bringing a wide variety of concerts, lectures, and other performances to the community of Del Mar. Its flagship program, the First Thursdays subscription series, offers world class performances on the first Thursday of each month between September and June. In addition, special performances are offered throughout the year with tickets available to anyone.

For information about the Del Mar Foundation visit www.delmarfoundation.org.

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