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Park After Dark Passport Term 1   

Take a musical and virtual tour around the world with a Sholom Park Passport.  Your passport includes all three-world tour stops, January through March 2023, plus a “taste” of each country from a participating food vendor. You must register for your Sholom Park Passport by January 6, 2023.  Passports must be present at check-in to receive your tasting. Don’t forget to pack your lawn chairs!   Additional food may be purchased from a participating food vendor.




Concert events:
January 19th- India featuring Kanada Narahari

Relish the intricate melodies and complex rhythms of India with Sitar virtuoso, Indian vocalist, and composer Dr. Kanada Narahari. Well known for his classical, semi-classical, and world music, Narahari is a renowned sitar player having performed around the globe with world-renowned artists.     




February 16th- Scotland featuring Celtica Nova

Experience the majestic sound of Great Highland Bagpipes blended with powerful rock and masterfully played violin creating a unique style with symphonic-epic melodies.  Celtica Nova is an international phenomenon.  Influences of Irish Folk, Symphonic Metal and Scottish tradition merge with energetic Celtic Rock music, full of lust of life. 



March 16th- Japan featuring Hiroya Tsukamoto

Eclectic, immersive and mesmerizing; a guitarist and songwriter Hiroya Tsukamoto embodies the notion that music has no language: Beautifully raw and cathartically emotional, Tsukamoto is a world-renowned, self-made musician.


Note: For Jan. & Feb.- Gates open at 5:15pm; Entertainment starts at 6pm. For March- Gates open at 6:15pm; Entertainment starts at 7pm. There is a 25 business day refund policy on this event. No refunds will be given if requested within 25 business days of this event.

Park After Dark Passport Term 1
Course #: PAD104
Instructor: Sholom Park
Date: 1/19/2023
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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If class is cancelled by the participant because of COVID positive results, there will still be a processing fee incurred by the participant.