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WDAV Presents Virtual Small Batch

by | Apr 2, 2020 | News, WDAV

Join Us for a Virtual Small Batch with Ethan Uslan!


Facebook Live
Friday, April 3
5:00 pm
Unusual times call for an unconventional Small Batch concert! Ethan Uslan, a local ragtime pianist and 3-time winner of the World Championship Old-Time Piano Playing Contest, is going live on our Facebook page for a special happy hour concert this Friday.
We can’t host our typical gathering at Free Range Brewing at the moment, but that doesn’t mean you can’t kick back and #ImbibeInPlace while enjoying outstanding live music from the comfort of your own living room. Cheers!


How to Watch WDAV’s Virtual Small Batch:

  Visit the Facebook event and select “Going.”

Facebook will send you a reminder before the live stream starts so you don’t miss out!
Once you’re all set, click “Share” and select “Invite Friends” to spread the word.

  Tune in on WDAV’s Facebook page

After you’ve logged in to your personal Facebook account, navigate to WDAV’s Facebook page a little before 5 PM this Friday, April 3. Once Ethan goes live, you’ll see the video pop up near the top of our feed. If you’re having trouble finding the video, we’ll be ready to help via Facebook Messenger!

 #ImbibeinPlace with delicious options from Free Range Brewing!

For the complete Small Batch effect, Free Range Brewing is offering a variety of Grab-and-Go options at 2320 N Davidson St in Charlotte. Check for regular Free Range updates here.

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