Date(s) - Tue. Feb. 08, 2022
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Update: this event has been cancelled.
If you’re a fan of Jackson Browne’s voice, Mumford & Son’s live energy, and Randy Newman’s humor, you won’t want to miss this show!
After one very long apocalyptic groundhog day, home-worn troubadour, Trae Sheehan, is ready to dive back into his normally busy schedule of tours and music releases. Handing us a sonic map, he is guiding us out of the past year into a changed world which vaguely resembles the one we knew before. Along with his upbringing on a West Virginia alpaca farm and touring the country in his converted minivan, his 2019 release ‘Arizona’ reached No. 7 on the Roots Radio charts, and his 2020 album ‘Postcards from the Country’ was featured with American Songwriter, The Bluegrass Situation, and Glide Magazine. Sheehan’s latest record ‘Hello from the End of the World’ has been featured in the Top 100 of the Americana Radio Charts and is available now.
Doors Open @ 6:00 PM, Event begins at 7:00 PM
Click HERE to purchase tickets ($10)!
Note: the Center for Arts at the Armory will require all staff and event guests to show proof of vaccination status. Children under the age of 12 will not have to show proof of vaccination (nor will they have to present a negative COVID test) for admittance to events but are required to wear a mask. Guests who wear masks and present a negative COVID test 24 hours prior to the event will also be admitted. Guests are encouraged to show proof of vaccination from their cell phones. In addition, effective August 13, 2021, once inside the Armory building, the Center for Arts at the Armory requires all staff, volunteers, interns, vendors, shoppers and guests to wear a mask regardless of whether they have been vaccinated against COVID-19. We will continue to evaluate and update these policies as the situation evolves.