The International Bluegrass Music Museum’s benefit concert series continues this fall with seven performances scheduled September through December.
Season tickets sales opened this morning. By 3:00 p.m. this afternoon, less than 30 season tickets remain.
Hosted at the Museum in downtown Owensboro, the concert series features nationally recognized acts from all over the United States.
Scheduled shows in September will feature two fan favorites from this year’s ROMP Festival – Wood & Wire (Austin, TX) on September 9, and Front Country (San Francisco, CA) on September 15.
Grammy award winning artist, Tim O’Brien of Hot Rize (Colorado) will treat audience members to a solo performance on October 7, followed by female-led, powerhouse Americana group, The Honeycutters (Asheville, NC) on October 27.
Nashville-based songwriter and virtuoso multi-instrumentalist, Molly Tuttle is scheduled to perform with her group, the Molly Tuttle Band on November 10, followed by Blue Mafia (Muncie, IN) on November 18 – a group known for riding the wave between traditional and progressive bluegrass.
Rounding out the series on December 9 is the Grammy-nominated and multi-time International Bluegrass Music Association award winners, The Boxcars, led by mandolinist Adam Steffey, formerly of Alison Kraus and Union Station.
Season passes are available for $104 beginning Wednesday, August 24 at 10 am CST; passes include one ticket to each show in the series. Individual show tickets will be available within the coming weeks. With a capacity of 125, these shows create an intimate atmosphere allowing audience members and artists to connect through the music.
Individual show tickets will be available within the coming weeks. With a capacity of 125, these shows create an intimate atmosphere allowing audience members and artists to connect through the music.
All shows will begin at 7:00 pm with doors opening at 6:30 pm. Light food and a cash bar will be available.
Money raised from this concert series helps the museum continue efforts to preserve and honor the legacy of bluegrass music including music educational programs, general museum operating expenses, the Video Oral History Project (VOHP) and artifact collection efforts.
For more information on artists, the museum or to purchase tickets, visit bluegrassmuseum.org or call 270-926-7891.
About the International Bluegrass Music Museum
The mission of the International Bluegrass Music Museum is to gather, preserve, exhibit and disseminate artifacts, history, collections and performance art of the global history of bluegrass music through an educational experience.