Sponsored by Saul Ewing

The Legendary Kennett Flash Open Mic Night with Cam Narimanian

All Ages
Sunday, September 10
Doors: 6pm // Show: 7pm
$5 admission | $5 BYOB | FREE for all Kennett Flash members

Sponsored by Saul Ewing. Saul Ewing is a proud supporter of the performing arts, and for creating opportunities for connection and inspiration.  Saul Ewing. Inspired People, Inspiring Trust.

The Legendary Kennett Flash Open Mic is open to all performers and audiences! Professionals and amateurs alike will share the stage. We’re calling for all singers, musicians, songwriters, poets, comedians, jugglers, magicians, dancers, and more! Open Mic is a great opportunity for established and novice performers to practice and share their talents. It’s also a wonderful opportunity for audiences to experience a special evening of local talent.

– 6pm doors and signup | 7pm show
– $5 admission | $5 BYOB
– all ages
Kennett Flash Members get in for FREE – please have your membership card ready.
PLEASE NOTE: online tickets are RSVP only; admission must be paid at the door. Audience capacity is 100. First come, first served.


  • Two songs or 10 minutes for each performer (whichever comes first!)
  • Time slots are reserved on a first come, first served basis
  • You must be present to sign-up (no one can sign up for you)
  • The Kennett Flash may supply a complete back line for bands (drums, amps and keyboard) — feel free to call ahead and let the venue know what equipment you need

About the host:

Cam Narimanian is a multi-instrumentalist alternative musician based in Wilmington, Delaware.  With over 15 years playing music, he has developed a unique style that blends classical piano, ambient electronic, and acoustic rock.  Cam’s music is known for his mixture of electronic acoustic rock and piano which he achieves through a mixture of acoustic guitar effects, piano, and loops.

He has co-written/co-produced almost 50 songs between his previous separate bands, the heavy metal project of Soul From Body and the college rock band of Port MacNam.  Cam’s most recent self-produced release, Life In Dreams, was his second album as a solo artist showcases his growth into the alternative electronic rock and is currently out on all streaming platforms.