The Dacia Bridges Project wsg Morgan Ingle & PopUp Makers Market

Published by Box Factory for the Arts

Friday 17th of May 2019

Box Factory for the Arts, 1101 Broad Street, St. Joseph

We are so excited to welcome The Dacia Bridges Project to the Box Factory stage for the first time in what promises to be an unforgettable evening!

We've planned an entire evening for you, starting at 5:00 with some very special local female artists and makers, food from the fabulous Chef Audrey S. Peeples and the musical sounds of Emma Hamel (believe us when we say we'll all be saying "We knew her when...."). Local favorite Morgan Ingle will open the concert portion of the evening followed by our headliners The Dacia Bridges Project! Did we mention we will have a full cash bar open as well? We'll even be featuring our friends from Lazy Ballerina Winery and there WILL be cocktails too! Mark your calendar and do not miss this fabulous "Ladies" Night like no other!

Friday, May 17
doors open at 5:00 pm // live music starts at 6
$10 in advance // $12 at the door

The Dacia Bridges Project is described as one of “Kalamazoo’s Finest Female Musicians” and includes:

Dacia Bridges - lead vocal, guitar, songwriter
Cori Beth Somers - violin
Carolyn Koebel - drums & percussion
Sarah Halsey Fuerst - bass

Dacia Bridges is a powerhouse vocalist cited by some as reminiscent of Tina Turner, as well as an accomplished songwriter and performer. From the age of five on she has been gracing the stage not only as a singer, but also as a professional dancer, choreographer and model. She recently relocated to the United States after spending decades performing to great acclaim in Germany and throughout Europe.

Dacia has teamed up with musicians Sarah Fuerst, Cori Somers and Carolyn Koebel to form The Dacia Bridges Project, an all-female quartet like no other!

This project is funded in part by Michigan Humanities, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.