“The virtual auction event hosted [December 10] by Accessible Festivals will celebrate the importance of music and recreation in all of our lives, featuring auction items for music fans across the country, including Coachella tickets and EDC (Electric Daisy Carnival) tickets. Additionally, the auction will feature tickets to Accessible Festivals’ own Inclusion Festival, the nation’s first and only music and wellness festival designed to include and accommodate people with autism and other special needs.”
Covert Concert Series (CCS): a team of professionals offering artists the production and platform to live stream their music, has streamed local talent such as Echos Talk Back, Plynth, AMFM, Hunter Root (of Medusa’s Disco), and Uncle Jake & the 18 Wheel Gang since its late-May conception.
Folks can tune in (for free!) for a three-day streaming event this upcoming August 21-23, 2020 for a weekend filled with musical performances from both the local and world-renowned jam bases, a variety of workshops, and keynote speakers. Streams will feature closed-captioning, American Sign Language Interpretation, and other embedded accessibility tools.
So the tradition of Bodega’s Christmas-eve-eve is so special because it’s not only the one night of the year that the people who grew up surrounding the band get to see them play together, but it’s also one of the few days of the year members of Bodega are reunited with one another as well. And that, paired with that cliche wisp of Christmas wonder hanging in the air, is a recipe for on-stage magic.