Buy TicketsTodd Snider NEW DATE
MusicWednesday, September 15 • 8:00pm • $29.50
Part of the American Roots & Branches Series
PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR SAFETY GUIDELINES FOR THIS PERFORMANCE:
Ever since Todd Snider came on the scene in 1994 with the song “Talkin’ Seattle Grunge Rock Blues” he has garnered comparisons to songwriting’s satiric best. He quickly showed that his artistic quiver was much deeper and more interesting. A storyteller who works a similar creative soil to John Prine and Shel Silverstein, Todd’s best songs are both sad and funny, political and entertaining, and always written with a poet’s eye and a stand-up comedian’s sensibility about the follies of human condition. While he’s made eighteen fine albums, it’s on stage where Todd is even more potent, with between-song banter that weaves subtle emotional threads through his sets. Todd performs in support of his latest release First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder. Singer-songwriter Reed Foehl will open the show.
NOTE: All patrons entering the venue must provide proof of vaccination or a TIME STAMPED AND DATED negative PCR test no older than 72 hours and wear a mask at all times. Please also bring photo ID.
To protect yourself, fellow audience members, staff and performing artists please take note of the following safety protocols when attending events at The Egg.
Please note that it is required that you wear a face covering at all times once you enter the facility. Masks should fully cover both your mouth and nose. Face masks made of mesh, crochet (yarn) or lace are not acceptable. Disposable masks will be made available to those in need.
If you need to remove the face covering in order to eat or drink, please allow a distance of six feet from other audience members and replace the face covering as soon as possible.
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Please note that the capacity in the elevators to the theatre will be limited for safety purposes. Therefore it is expected that to take longer than usual to transport patrons to the theatre entrance, so please plan to arrive as early as possible to avoid missing any part of the performance.
Similarly, leaving the theatre will also take longer than usual – thank you in advance for your understanding and patience.
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This concert was originally scheduled to for July 24, 2020 and postponed to March 26, 2021. All tickets purchased for July 24 and March 16 will be honored on September 15. If you have tickets but cannot attend on September 15, please request a refund via email – firstname.lastname@example.org