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The Travelin’ McCourys’ Grateful Ball w/ Jon Stickley Trio$25 – $50
Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre will bring an unforgettable evening of music to the stage on Thursday, June 30th when The Travelin’ McCourys present The Grateful Ball with Jon Stickley Trio! The evening of tunes will consists of 3 unique sets: 1 set Jon Stickley Trio, 1 set Travelin’ McCourys, 1 extended set of Grateful Dead music presented by Travelin McCourys!
Tickets available beginning May 4th at Noon EST. Doors @ 5:30pm // Show @ 6:30pm. No outside food, beverages, or chairs are allowed in the venue. Get your tickets to the Ball now!
- $25 Adv / $30 Day of – GA Lawn
- $35 Adv / $40 Day of – General Seating (Terraces and Floor)
- $50 Adv / $55 Day of – Premium Seating
- Includes Adirondack chair on brick terrace level
- Dedicated server for the evening
- Premium seats will be grouped together by order. Seating priority assigned by date of purchase
From a source deep, abundant, and pure the river flows. It’s there on the map, marking place and time. Yet, the river changes as it remains a constant, carving away at the edges, making new pathways, gaining strength as it progresses forward. The Travelin’ McCourys are that river.
The McCoury brothers- Ronnie (mandolin) and Rob (banjo) – were born into the bluegrass tradition. Talk about a source abundant and pure: their father, Del, is among the most influential and successful musicians in the history of the genre. Years on the road with Dad in the Del McCoury Band honed their knife-edge chops, and encouraged the duo to imagine how traditional bluegrass could cut innovative pathways into 21st century music.
Jon Stickley Trio is a genre-defying and cinematic instrumental trio, who’s deep grooves, innovative flatpicking, and sultry-spacy violin moves the listener’s head, heart, and feet. “It’s not your father’s acoustic-guitar music—although Stickley’s pop showed him his first chords when he was 12 years old. Instead, Stickley’s Martin churns out a mixture of bluegrass, Chuck Berry, metal, prog, grunge, and assorted other genres—all thoroughly integrated into a personal style,” writes Guitar Player Magazine.
Premier Guitar says, “Stickley’s trio… is not a traditional bluegrass group by any means… they are just nimble and ambitious enough to navigate EDM-style breakbeats as effortlessly as the old timey standard ‘Blackberry Blossom.’”