Szkojáni Charlatans play the Sanctuary on Tuesday, March 5 at 8 p.m.
It's carnival season somewhere out there, though not in this remote rainscape. However, you can still enjoy a high-energy show, albeit an Eastern European and Balkan-flavored one. At 8 p.m., Hungarian quartet Szkojáni Charlatans
will play a set of high energy songs sourced from Romanian, Bulgarian, Macedonian and other traditions at the Sanctuary. The admission is a $10-$25 sliding scale and, as always, you should take your shoes off in the secular temple of sound.