---THIS EVENT IS ALREADY SOLD OUT, CHECK MORE UPCOMING EVENT FOR MORE LIVE ACTIVITIES--- Welcome to the new Six Foot Love series at The Wild Detectives. A series of live performances
—THIS EVENT IS ALREADY SOLD OUT, CHECK MORE UPCOMING EVENT FOR MORE LIVE ACTIVITIES—
Welcome to the new Six Foot Love series at The Wild Detectives. A series of live performances with social distance and special safety precautions to comply with CDC guidelines while enjoying live music, performances and discussions.
See special considerations below concerning this event:
-Tickets need to be purchased in advance to enter the show
-All tickets are numbered and associated with a specific location
-All tables and benches are set 6′ apart from each other
-Access to this show will be made through the side of our house, not through the main door.
-Full service too all seats, no need to access the bar or the indoor area
-Each ticket is $30 and includes access for two persons (2 seats)
-Find tickets here
-Doors at 7p
-Show at 7.30pm
Inspired by her Spanish heritage, eclectic upbringing, and recent travels, including an ongoing sabbatical in the New Mexico mountains, CAMÍNA is the culmination of Dallas-based musician Ariel Saldivar’s life. “Camina,” means “walk,” and her debut album, Te Quiero Mucho, dreamily wanders through personal narratives about love and loss, ruminations on current events, and finding strength in the face of adversity.
“This record is about resilience and honoring my heritage and those that have come before us,”
Drawing on various genres such as electronic music, trip hop, lo-fi, R&B, and the avant-garde, Te Quiero Mucho features deep base infused with hazy, crackling instrumentals, layered with Saldivar’s soulful vocals. A chameleonic desert chanteuse with a sharp tongue and a soft heart, CAMÍNA shifts between frustrated longing (“Cinnamon”), playfully quirky (“Burn For Eternity’), and heartfelt desire (“Forever and Always”). One could imagine her singing in a dusty roadside chapel, strains of organ music wafting through the air, a radio tuned to a Spanish station lazily buzzing in the background.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Wild Detectives
314 W 8th St, Oak Cliff, Dallas