Ticket Tuesdays — The Avett Brothers
***THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED***
We haven’t been this excited to share music news with you since 2009 when The Avett Brothers played a few songs for us at Bookmans Grant. The Rialto Theatre and Square Peg Concerts Present
The Avett Brothers with Special Guest: Chatham County Line at 8 p.m. on February 5, at Tucson Music Hall. The generous people at The Rialto provided us with a pair of passes to give away this Ticket Tuesday!
From The Rialto Theatre website: Life’s rich ephemerality. That’s what Magpie and the Dandelion is about. The things in life we can never repeat. People we will never see again. Relationships that run their course. Words that will never be spoken or sung in exactly the same way. That moment in a concert we experience only one time. Once. Then it’s over. Gone. Poof.
Perhaps the larger truth that Magpie achieves is showing that the Avett Brothers have grown far beyond their old pigeonhole of being quaint, foot-stomping, banjo-picking Southern boys who sparked a back-to-basics trend in rock. “I think, genre-wise, we continue to give little attention to what’s said about us — you know, the banjos on the radio thing. At this point, that’s more of a humorous afterthought. The idea of there being a movement — if there is such a thing — I think we’re on the other side of that.”
It was a fleeting moment. Gone forever. Turn the page.
To enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to see The Avett Brothers with Special Guest: Chatham County Line at Tucson Music Hall, tell us what song, Avett Brothers or otherwise, reminds you of a fleeting moment in your life. We will select a winner using random.org. The winner will be notified by e-mail sometime on Wednesday or possibly even Thursday. Be sure to check your e-mail inbox for a message from us since we’ll need your contact information for Will Call.
If you don’t win the passes, you can still purchase tickets. This concert is all ages with reserved seating, so pick up a ticket as soon as possible for the best seats. Tickets to the concert run $32.50 to $52.50.
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