Celtic rockers Scythian coming to Center for the Arts of Homer

The following is a republished press release from the Center for the Arts of Homer.

Celtic rock band Scythian, based in Washington D.C., will be performing at the Center for the Arts in Homer on Saturday, March 4, at 8 p.m.

Named after Ukrainian nomads, Scythian (sith-ee-yin) plays immigrant rock with thunderous energy, technical prowess, and storytelling songwriting, beckoning crowds into a barn-dance rock concert experience.

Celebrating 10 years of getting people dancing all night, Ed Helms's The Bluegrass Situation has chimed in with praise, calling Scythian a 'shine-fueled, fiddle-flying hoedown' and a 'blue-collar ballad we can all get behind.' Nashville's Music City Roots says Scythian is 'what happens when rock star charisma meets Celtic dervish fiddling.'

Doors open at 7 p.m. Ticket prices range from $23-$28. Military/Veterans with ID and children under 18 receive free admission. Call 877-749-2787 or visit Center4art.org for tickets and info.