Thu, Nov 28 | Edna's

Piper & Carson and Zero-Waste Discussion

Hamilton-based folk duo Piper & Carson share some tunes, and we launch our zero waste pledge with a group discussion sponsored by Full Circle Foods!
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Nov 28, 2019, 7:30 PM
Edna's , 159 Frederick St, Kitchener, ON N2H 1K8, Canada

About the Event

Join us at the Edna's space for our second ever Compostable Concert featuring Piper and Carson, followed by a zero-waste discussion!  

Doors open at 7. At 7:30 we'll have a set of original music by the wonderful Hamilton-based singer-songwriter duo, Piper and Carson. Around 8:30 we'll have a discussion about waste reduction and there will be an opportunity to take a zero-waste pledge and claim a free zero waste mason jar curtesy of Full Circle Foods! 

Concert Tickets: Tickets: $15 online or at the door $10 if you walk or bike to the show! 

ABOUT THE MUSICIANS From festival stages to intimate house concerts, Piper & Carson remind us of why we go to see live music. Their songwriting is free and fiercely personal; as if it’s been running in the woods, washing in cold water, and howling with wolves. The couples undeniable chemistry and onstage presence draws the audience into the conversation. Piper’s immersive storytelling provides context and familiarity bringing their original music to life. After first meeting on Carson’s father’s organic vegetable farm, they’ve spent the last four years touring Canada coast-to-coast, showcasing at international Folk Conferences, touring overseas in the Netherlands and to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In December 2017 they released the album ‘Piper & Carson’ together.  Their work is deeply rooted in intention and both strive to use their platform to forward social change and promote mental health awareness. This duo will make you believe that folk music can change the world. 

LOCATION AND ACCESS INFO Edna's is not wheelchair accessible. There is a short staircase leading to the space.  There is very limited parking (another great reason to walk/bike/unicycle/bus/cartwheel over to the show!).  

If there are any barriers (physical, financial, etc.) you face that require accommodation, let us know!

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The creators of Compostable Concerts are grateful to live, work, and play in Kitchener-Waterloo, which is situated on the Haldimand tract. This land was promised to the Haudenosaunee people and is the ancestral land of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee of Six Nations Confederacy, Neutral/Attawandaron, and any other nations who have cared for the land, recorded or unrecorded. 

We also acknowledge all other caretakers of the land: the worms that turn the soil, the bees that pollinate the flowers, the trees that protect against erosion and filter our water, and we believe that the privilege of calling this land home comes with a great responsibility to care for it, and to leave it better than we found it.

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