Evie Ladin Old Time Dance Party

FREE! Freight Live on The Plaza!

Evie Ladin Old Time Dance Party

Evie Ladin & Friends

Thursday, August 29th

6:00 pm (event ends at 7:00 pm)


A free Old Time Dance Party with Evie Ladin on the BART Plaza Stage, located on Shattuck Ave between Center Street and Allston Way.

Freight Live on the Plaza
Join us for live music on the Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza, provided for FREE by the Freight & Salvage.

Music starts at 5:30 PM and continues to 6:30 PM. The Downtown Berkeley Association and Sliver will host a beer garden on the plaza from 5 PM to 7 PM

PLEASE NOTE: This free event takes place on the Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza (Shattuck between Center St & Allston Way), NOT at the Freight & Salvage. No tickets or reservations required.
Evie Ladin & Friends
Live old time stringband music and caller - no experience needed, all dances taught, and fun! All ages.

Banjo player, singer, songwriter, percussive-dancer, choreographer and square-dance caller, Evie Ladin grew up steeped in traditional folk music/dance, and brings a contemporary vision to her compositions and choreography. Evie’s performances, recordings and teaching reconnect Appalachian music/dance with other African-Diaspora traditions, and have been heard from A Prairie Home Companion to Lincoln Center, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass to Celtic Connections. She has taken home ribbons in folk song from Mt Airy, NC Fiddler’s Convention, and Neo-Trad Band from the Appalachian Stringband Festival, Clifftop, WV. Based in Oakland, CA, Evie tours with Keith Terry and the Evie Ladin Band; and has produced 6 CDs and two instructional DVDs. In the percussive dance world, she is Executive Director of the International Body Music Festival, directs the moving choir MoToR/dance and is an ace freestyle flatfooter. In the trad world, Evie teaches banjo and harmony singing at the infamous Freight & Salvage, online at Peghead Nation and numerous camps. In the songwriter world, she just writes great songs. A highly entertaining performer, Evie enjoys facilitating arts learning in diverse communities.