The Songs & Dance of a People
Ой у лузі червона калина – (Oi u luzi chervona kalyna) a Ukrainian patriotic song first appeared in the late 1800s, and soon became one of the most beloved expressions of Ukrainian patriotism. Therefore, it is known to have many versions and covers.
The red viburnum of the song (kalyna in Ukrainian)—a deciduous shrub that grows four to five metres tall—is referenced throughout Ukrainian folklore. The red viburnum has a special national appeal and its silhouette is depicted along the edges of the flag of the president of Ukraine.
Hopak (Ukrainian: гопа́к) is a Ukrainian folk dance. It is often popularly referred to as the “National dance of Ukraine”, and is commonly performed by both professional and amature dancers at events throughout the country and abroad.
Benefit concert for UKrainian REfugees
During the first weekend of the 2023 New Year, experience Ukrainian culture, and support those who share it, by being a part of this once in a life time Concert for Ukraine. Link up with friends and family for a night like no other, with some amazing bands, as we #StandwithUkraine and #MakeKYHome. This stage is set at Headliners Music Hall and you don’t want to miss out!
Saturday, January 7th
8:00 p.m. ET
Headliners Music Hall, 1386 Lexington Rd, Louisville, KY 40206
Kalyna & Hopak, traditional folk song and dance – Local Ukrainian Artist
Brass centric, 70’s and 80’s pop – The Brass Pack
DoorsTribute Band – Doorway
ART & AWARENESS
Artwork, ribbons, bookmarks and more available at KRM tabling with information how to get involved in the Louisville Community.
Tickets available for purchased in advance online and day of show for $15
Age restrictions apply; Accessible seating available upon request at the door. For more information visit the headliners website.