Sat, March 17th

CEG Presents: St. Patrick’s Day Funk Night with LDF + special guests Darla


Doors 7:00 PM
Show 7:30 PM
Advance Price $10
Door Price $15

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

CEG Presents: 

St. Patrick’s Day Funk Night with LDF + special guests Darla 



New York based Funk outfit LDF has recently been making a name for themselves throughout the East coast.  Also known as Ladies Drink Free, the group has adopted “LDF” to fit their new streamlined sound and brand.  Their eclectic songwriting and eccentric stage banter energizes their consistent, unforgettable live performances that keep people dancing. 


A musical gumbo -- a blend of gritty funk, R&B/soul, pop rock, and modern jazz that creates a bold sound laced with subtle nuances. With some members playing since their middle school days, the group has been driven to strike mainstream appeal while exploring new ideas through genre-pushing compositions and improvisation.

Their reputation as must-see musicians, along with the release of their debut album has propelled LDF into a string of notable performances including Webster Hall, the Great South Bay Music Festival, the Knitting Factory, and the Montauk Music Festival, sharing the bill with jam favorites like Turkuaz, Consider the Source, and The Main Squeeze.


Armed with a passion for their craft, a clear vision for their future, and a disciplined approach to self-management and promotion, LDF continues to gain notoriety as a massive musical force that can deliver in any situation.



Darla is an 8-piece experimental funk group formed in 2014 in Philadelphia. Self-described ‘basement blender funk,’ the Darla sound is a fusion of their origins in the Philly basement rock scene along with a strong influence in 70s jazz/funk composition and improvisation. At its core, Darla is driven by a powerful saxophone duo that wields lyrical melodic sensibility with their efforts matched by a jarring yet methodical rhythm section that has been called ‘Steely Dan with Dave Grohl on drums’.


Darla has shared the stage with the likes of Snarky Puppy, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, The Disco Biscuits, George Porter Jr. (of The Meters), Kamasi Washington, Bill Laurance, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, and Cory Henry and the Funk Apostles. Darla was born ready to share their funk across the eastern seaboard.