The Arcadian Wild LIVE at The Stage, April 17

Acoustic quartet The Arcadian Wild will stop by The Stage at WTJU for a special live session this Saturday morning, April 17, at 9:30 (eastern) to close out the final half hour of Atlantic Weekly I.  This is a closed session, but you can listen at 91.1 FM, streaming at wtju.net, or by asking your smart speaker to “Play WTJU.”

The UVA Music Arts Board is excited to announce The Arcadian Wild as their artist in residency this semester! This amazing group of musicians will bring their unique blend of bluegrass and folk fusion to UVA for 4 days starting April 16th! Students and the community will get the chance to speak with the artists, watch them perform, and even create with them during their time here! The Arcadian Wild will hold a live concert in the UVA Amphitheater on Saturday, April 17th from 6-8PM, so be sure to reserve your free tickets as soon as possible, space is limited. Due to COVID restrictions, the concert will only be open in person to UVA students, staff, and faculty, but a livestream of the concert will also be provided for those who cannot attend in person! You can reserve tickets here.

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