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Tuscawilla Art Park Series: Mass Gothic

Mass Gothic takes the stage on Fri., Mar. 15 from 6 - 9 p.m.

Presented by the City of Ocala as part of the 2019 Spring Art Park Series at Tuscawilla Art Park, 213 NE 5th St., near downtown Ocala. Admission is $5. Food, beverages, beer and wine available for purchase from The Federal wood fired pizza truck (http://www.bluehighwaypizza.com/catering-old/the-federal/) And curated vendors will be there to browse throughout the night.  Tickets at artpark19massgothic.eventbrite.com.  The 2019 Spring Art Park Series is sponsored by 100.5 the Buzz.

 

ABOUT MASS GOTHIC

Mass Gothic is a husband-wife duo offering exhilarating sets of guitar-driven, pop rock. Even when you’re married and you’re best friends and you’ve spent a lifetime (18 years is a lifetime, right?) collaborating with each other, it’s not often obvious what’s staring you right in the face. “I’ve Tortured You Long Enough” is the tongue-in-cheek title of Mass Gothic’s second album for this reason, among several others. Husband/Wife duo Noel Heroux and Jessica Zambri have always dipped in and out of each other’s creative spaces, advising on their respective outputs and supporting one another. But never had they before completely committed to doing an entire album as a duo, sharing an equal load. The time had come. And thank goodness. They have dreamed up a record packed with the tension, chaos and beauty of a fluid and cathartic two-way conversation. In a universe increasingly threatening our abilities to work hard on communication and coexistence, their creative union isn’t just inspired but important. “Why did it take us so long?” laughs Heroux from their home in Queens, New York.

 

ADDITIONAL EVENT INFORMATION

Doors open at 6 p.m. and performance will begin approximately 7 p.m. This outdoor venue provides an open area for seating, bringing chairs and/or blankets are recommended. Food and Drinks will be available. Smoking/Vaping is permitted is designated areas.

 

For questions and information, please visit www.ocalafl.org/performingarts or contact Ocala Cultural Arts at artinfo@ocalafl.org or 352-629-8447.

 

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