Ahayu - Songs from Bolivia
Ahayu – Songs from Bolivia | Sat, June 19, 2021, 7pm | Howard’s Farm | A program of Bolivian music curated by Ensemble Iberica artist, Amado Espinoza.
An evening of fine food and music hosted by Howard’s Farm and Kitchen in the Historic Northeast with music performed by Ensemble Iberica. The socially distanced event will take place within their garden and each picnic blanket will be preset according to your reservation party. $250 per blanket (seats four people of your choosing)
Amado Espinoza – charango, flutes, percussion
Coleen Dieker – violin
Pedro Calderon – guitar, flutes, bass
Molly McLaughlin – flutes
Beau Bledsoe – guitars
Each party will be assigned a picnic blanket. You are welcome to bring lawn chairs for your blanket if you would prefer to not sit on the ground. A host will greet you and escort you to your blanket. Concert stage is in the middle of the garden so all of the blankets have good sight lines and audio.
Food and Drink
Your blanket will be set with everything you need for dining. Included with the food will be plates, napkins, cutlery, glasses, water and serving utensils. If you would like anything other than water to drink, you are welcome to bring it with you.
Menu will be published the Tuesday before the concert.
On Wabash Avenue there is normally a good amount of street parking available. Using a ride share service is also a great option.
If you need to use the restroom during the show you are welcome to excuse yourself but make sure to not congregate at the restroom. We will have a porta potty at the front of the property exclusively for this event. There will be a hand sanitizer station set up next to the restroom.
If the event gets rained out, it will be scheduled for the following day at the same time and location.
If you have any questions please let us know. We can’t wait to see everyone!
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
- Jun 19, 2021 at 07:00 pm - 09:00 pm (Sat)
515 Wabash Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64124