If you're looking for a unique entertainment experience, head to the Utica campus of Mohawk Valley Community College on Sherman Drive, Wednesday night. MVCC is hosting a performance by "Inca Son". Check out the details.

Here's what Wednesday night's performance is all about, according to mvcc.edu:

"Internationally acclaimed musical ensemble New Inca Son, “Sound of the Inca,” will perform at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 30, in the Schafer Theater on the Mohawk Valley Community College Utica Campus as part of a fundraising event for the Daron Malik Jae Simpson Memorial Scholarship. Details about the scholarship can be found online at www.daronscholarship.com.

New Inca Son is a band with a mission: to preserve and instill appreciation for their cultural legacy through the international language of music and dance. Dressed as either their Inca forebears, with feathers and gold earrings, or in the resplendent wool ponchos still worn in the Andes Mountains, Inca Son is, in the words of Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart, “the indispensable cultural ambassadors of this nearly lost South American folk tradition. Their music is of the highest caliber.”

Tickets for the event are $10 for the general public and $5 for MVCC employees."

For more information, call: 315.792.5330

Watch this video preview of an Inca Son performance: