An Evening with Gillian Welch

DSP Shows and Signature Sounds Presents:

An Evening with Gillian Welch at the Pines Theater at Look Memorial Park on June 29th

5:00PM Gates | 7:00PM Show

The event is rain or shine. All tickets are general admission lawn tickets. $39.50 advance and $45.00 day of show. The show is all ages, but all attendees must have a ticket. Parking is $10.00 per car. Food and beverages (including beer and wine) will be available for purchase starting at 5pm when doors open.

Please respect the Parks rules:

Smoking is NOT permitted anywhere in The Pines Theater or Look Park.

NO chairs over 26 inches. All chairs brought into Pines Theater need to be shorter than 26 inches. Any chair higher than 26 inches will not be permitted inside the Theater. Chairs for rent will be available.

NO Coolers

NO Pets

NO Outside Food or Beverages of any kind

NO video or audio recording

NO illegal drugs

NO weapons

NO bottles

NO cans

NO glass

NO alcohol

Gillian Welch and David Rawlings have recorded 7 studio albums and have lent their talents to countless fellow artists’ recordings. In recognition of their remarkable career, Welch and Rawlings were honored with the Americana Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting in 2015 and the Berklee American Masters Award in 2016.

Gillian Welch’s 2011 album, the GRAMMY-nominated The Harrow & The Harvest, described by the Washington Post as “Welch…at her haunting, heart-aching best,” will be released for the first time ever on vinyl via her own Acony Records on July 28th. Rolling Stone Country recently premiered the music video for Gillian Welch’s “Dark Turn Of Mind,” off The Harrow & The Harvest, calling it “spectacularly haunting”. The video features never before seen footage and you can watch it here.

The Harrow & The Harvest was GRAMMY nominated for Best Engineered Album (Non Classical) and Best Folk Album and highly praised by critics worldwide, including Uncut Magazine who called The Harrow & The Harvest a “timeless country classic,” NPR Music who proclaimed that the album “grabs the attention of a new generation” and The AV Club who said, “Welch and longtime partner David Rawlings are flawless.”

Welch and her musical parnter David Rawlings’ Acony Records has been nominated for three A2IM Libera Awards, including Label of the Year (<5 employees), Best Country/Americana/Folk Album for Gillian Welch’s Boots No. 1: The Official Revival Bootleg, and Best Sync Usage for Welch’s “I’m Not Afraid To Die” in Hell or High Water (Music Supervisor: Chris Robertson). A2IM’s Libera Awards recognize achievements by Independent artists and labels across a broad swath of categories within the independent music community, and winners will be announced on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at the Playstation Theater in Times Square.


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