TL Douglas performs in ‘Guitarras Navideñas’ at Providence Farm this Saturday. (Submitted)

Guitarras Navideñas: enjoy Christmas on the guitar at Providence Farm Dec. 22

Barely North Entertainment presents a special holiday treat: Guitarras Navideñas in the Chapel at Providence Farm on Saturday, Dec. 22.

Why not get in a real Christmas mood and kick off your holiday break or give the gift of music to your family and friends by attending this performance?

From award winning Nuevo Flamenco guitarist TL Douglas, this is a new show and album celebrating the music of the Christmas season, Latin style.

Taking traditional songs of the season and putting a distinctive Spanish twist on them, this show promises to be an exciting, fiery way to kick back and enjoy some time-honored music in a new light.

TL Douglas has traveled the world with a guitar on his back, absorbing musical styles everywhere his shoes touched down. He has released seven albums of instrumental guitar music including his newest offering ‘Guitarras Navideñas’. One of Canada’s premiere guitarists, he has won praise from audiences and industry alike.

Doors open at 7 p.m. with the show starting at 7:30. Don’t be late.

Tickets are $20 at Duncan Music (cash only) and online at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/guitarras-navidenas-in-the-chapel-tickets-52433939324

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