The Wortham Center is delighted to present a limited number of artists virtually and in person during the 20-21 season, beginning with the 18th anniversary of the holiday tradition, A Swannanoa Solstice, Sunday December 20.
A Swannanoa Solstice welcomes back renowned multi-instrumentalist Robin Bullock and Grammy-winner David Holt, along with percussive dancer Ellie Grace, old-time musician and flatfooter Phil Jamison, Highland bagpiper E.J. Jones, host Doug Orr, and — joining the lineup for the first time — renowned Madison County fiddler, Josh Goforth. This year’s performance comes with a twist: It will be presented in person at the Diana Wortham Theatre, and also made available to watch online.
|A Swannanoa Solstice — In Person and Online
A limited number of tickets are available for the in-person event taking place at 2:00pm on December 20. The capacity is strictly limited to fall within local and state guidelines. This is a great way to experience the entertainment live while keeping attendees and artists safe.
The live event will be recorded and made available to experience virtually beginning at 7:00pm on December 20, and will be accessible to watch any time online through December 31. These online tickets allow guests to experience A Swannanoa Solstice’s peaceful, united and uplifting message throughout the holiday season from home. Only one virtual ticket per household is necessary to watch.
The online ticket option is also a great way to share the experience with faraway friends and family. Add an extra ticket to your order to give to your loved ones!
ADVANCE SALES FOR FRIENDS: Tickets are on sale for Friends of the Wortham Center now through Thursday, November 19. This week, Friends will receive a presale code via email for early purchasing online. Please call or email the box office with questions: 828-257-4530 or email@example.com.
TICKETS ON SALE to the public beginning Friday, November 20 and can be purchased on our website or by calling the Box Office.