Fri, Oct 6, 2023 at 8pm

  • 19+
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This evening will feature the work of two artists.
Toronto-based indie-folk duo, Basset are full of timeless heart. Toronto-based indie-folk duo, Basset, are full of timeless heart. Acoustic songwriters Sam Clark and Yasmine Shelton will take you through city streets in the hours before the world has woken, or to a corrugated steel home north of the treeline.They bring a deep love of the natural world to their gorgeously meditative and critically acclaimed music.

Veracious Mohawk sing-songwriter, Logan Staats views music as a healing salve, contemplatively composed and offered to listeners in need of comfort. He is reclaiming his sound through honest storytelling and unvarnished, sometimes painful reflection. “My nation and my community are in every chord I play and every note I sing,” says Staats. “They’ve saved me."



This event takes place at The Carleton, and tickets are sold by table. Tickets for this event are priced according to the number of seats per table and are available at a general rate and pay-what-you-can rate. If you would like to sit with your party, please purchase your ticket together as a table. Audiences must be 19 years of age or older to attend evening events at The Carleton.



A ramp will be set up at the Argyle Street entrance of The Carleton. Five single-user, all-gender washrooms are available, one of which is wheelchair accessible. The majority of seating at The Carleton is low tables and chairs, and seating at the bar is high stools. Please feel free to let us know your mobility needs in advance so we can reserve seating for you.  

Prismatic prioritizes making spaces more welcoming and accessible for all. If you have any specific access needs or concerns, please reach out to us at or call or text us at (902) 425-6812.

Learn more about the venue here or read more about accessibility at Prismatic 2023 here.

The Carleton

1685 Argyle Street
Halifax, NS B3J 2B5