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SoHo Ghetto House Concert
Saturday, February 23, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 11:30 PM (AST)
If you've never heard of SoHo Ghetto, you're about to. This band, lead by dynamic and engaging front-man Marc-Antoine Robertson, brings pop and folk together to give an energetic show that you will be singing along with by the end. They've created a cult following around them and they are quickly rising to the top, recently signing with one of the biggest agents in the country and soon to release their sophomore album with award-winning producer, Daniel Ledwell.
Why not get an amazing intimate show from these up-and-comers at The Syrup Factory? On Saturday, February 23, this seven-piece band will take advantage of the close quarters to play some special tunes and share some great stories with the audience.
Tickets can be bought in advance for $20 plus service fee for Eventbrite. Even if you don't purchase your ticket online, you must RSVP online to reserve a seat! Just select 'other payment options' and 'pay offline' to pay at the door. Ticket price at the door will be $22.
The Syrup Factory takes no revenue from any of its house shows and you can be sure that the band puts all of its money earned back into making amazing music!
Come be a part of this sure-to-be-sellout crowd!
Doors: 7 pm
Show: 8 pm - 11:30 pm
Please enter through the back door if you arrive after the show has begun.
What if I want to show up and pay at the door?
You must RSVP online to save a seat. You can select 'other payment options' and 'pay offline' to pay $22 at the door, but we must have your name on the list!
What is the exact address of the house concert?
The address will be on the receipt of your payment or RSVP! We're just north of the Commons in central/North Halifax.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
What about drinks?
You can bring drinks for yourself if you like. We will provide non-alcoholic drinks and snacks!
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is free on our street and surrounding streets.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Please feel free to BYOB - we'll provide non-alcoholic drinks and snacks. You can also bring a cushion or a folding chair, in case we're tight for seats.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can email email@example.com
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
If you want to transfer your ticket to someone else, please make the request to firstname.lastname@example.org - we are a private residence and want to be careful about who attends!
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, but it's fun to use our iPhone as a scanner if you do...
What is the refund policy?
The ticket sales go directly to the band's PayPal account. It will be at their discretion to issue refunds.
When & Where
The Syrup Factory (Scott and Laura Simpson)
When Scott and Laura Simpson first saw their house in 2009, it was a gorgeous, Victorian-style abondoned and totally unloved house. After they kicked in the door and avoided the gaping holes in the floor, they saw the stunning mouldings, tall ceilings and wide-open rooms, they were sold - this would be their 'forever' house, to raise their children...and fulfill the dream of hosting house concerts.
Scott is a filmmaker and Laura works for Music Nova Scotia. They have two young children, Charlie and Cassia Simpson, who often watch at least the first set of the concert in their pajamas.