Season Pass Holders:
Fall $100~Winter/Spring $150 ~ All Season $240
Seasons Pass includes prime seating and one price for admission to all National Stage and Hook shows. Tickets to the Guest Curator events are available at the door and are not included with a season pass.
Tickets are available online*, at Rivers End Bookstore, or at the door.
*use Buy Tickets button under each event
Doors open at 7:00; show starts at 7:30 for National Stage shows
October 1st $15-$18
Beaucoup Blue is the father and son duo, David & Adrian Mowry. Their music is steeped in Americana; influenced by Blues, Folk, Soul, R&B, Jazz, Country and Bluegrass. They are Top 40 on the AMA Radio Chart! and Grand Prize Winners of Billboard World Song Contest.
Annie & the Hedonists
October 22nd $16-$19
“Jazz, blues, country, folk, bluegrass ... it's all here. Annie Rosen's versatile, vintage-tinged voice is the perfect match for the Hedonists' ace musicianship.” ~Albany Times Union. Joining Annie are Jonny Rosen on guitar & vocals; Peter Davis on clarinet, tenor guitar, piano vocals); Don Young on bass & vocals; Jerry Marotta on percussion/drums.
Durham County Poets
November 5th $16-$19
Hailing from the Quebec area, this 7-piece band is popular across eastern Canada and the US Northeast. "The Poets lay down a sweet acoustic groove that's subtle, yet captivating. Utilizing strong players on double bass, acoustic guitar, stellar electric guitar, and percussive brushes, they gently work around Kevin Harvey's soulful lead vocals." ~Steve Tennant Medium? The Poets will get you dancing in the hallways, laughing, and feeling those blues." ~Spirit of Rasputin, Ottawa
John Byrne Band
November 19th $16-$19
Dublin native and Philadelphia resident, John Byrne’s latest record A Shiver in the Sky (2019), shows his band of multi-instrumentalists vibrantly executing ten new originals. Strings, horns and guitars escort Byrne’s vocals through a set of songs about living and pushing forward through negative times. Support from radio all over the country pushed the album to #1 on the Roots Radio Report Alternative Folk Chart in January 2020. Critics have called his writing “powerful, deeply moving work that will stay with you long after you have heard it” (Sing Out).
Winter Solstice Mini-fest with
Low Lily and special guest Matt Flinner
December 3rd $16-$19
Award-winning American roots band Low Lily teams up with Grammy nominated bluegrass mandolinist Matt Flinner! This collaboration celebrates the Winter Solstice with energetic bluegrass instrumentals alongside impeccably arranged songs. Between them, the musicians play mandolins, guitars, fiddle, and banjo, and sing in three and four part vocal harmonies.
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