Edgefield Concerts On The Lawn
Joan Baez and Indigo Girls
Two incredible performances, one incredible evening
- Edgefield - Amphitheater |
- Thursday, June 26, 2014
- 5 p.m. doors, 6:30 p.m. show |
- $39 advance, $43 day of show (general admission) | $75 adv., $78 d.o.s. (reserved) |
- All ages welcome
Tickets on sale now!
All tickets available through EdgefieldConcerts.com, in person at the Crystal Ballroom box office, Bagdad Theater, Edgefield Gift Shop and charge by phone at 1-800-514-3849. Ticketing services provided by Etix.com. (Subject to service charge and/or user fee.)
Edgefield proudly hosts the sixth year of Concerts on the Lawn, an outdoor music series that has become a summer tradition for fans throughout the Pacific Northwest.
For complete information about the acts, the venue, rules, policies and much more, please visit edgefieldconcerts.com. Check out photos from past shows at Edgefield, as well!
- Low-profile lawn chairs and blankets only
- No picnics or outside food or beverages
- No re-entry
- No pets
- No camping
- No RVs
- No unauthorized vendors
About Joan Baez and Indigo Girls
Over 50 years since she began her career the famed Club 47 in Boston, Joan Baez still remains a musical force of nature whose influence is incalculable. Through her storied career, Baez has been involved in some of the largest historical issues in the world. Whether Baez was marching with Martin Luther King Jr., or standing alongside Nelson Mandela when the world celebrated his 90th birthday in London's Hyde Park, Joan Baez has been a monumental part of history. In 2007, Baez was honored at the Grammy Awards with the highest award a singer can receive: the Lifetime Achievement Award. During the following year, Baez released her 24th studio album, Day After Tomorrow, which weaves themes of hope and homecoming throughout many of its songs. The Telegraph mentions that "while time and age may have softened the swooping soprano of yore, Baez's voice is still an unusually potent weapon."
Decades into their career, the Indigo Girls still amaze conventional pundits with their ability to grow and thrive no matter what the state of the music industry is at any given point. Emily Saliers and Amy Ray began performing together in high school, and transferred their honest, urgent performing style onto the stages of countless small clubs, then saw their public profile take off with the 1989 release of their self-titled breakthrough. The duo went on to win Best Contemporary Folk Recording at the 1990 Grammys. The pair's constant touring, as well as a staunch dedication to a number of social and environmental causes, has earned them a fervidly devoted following over the years. Glide Magazine says of the duo's 14th studio album, "Beauty Queen Sister is a real testament to the deftness with which Saliers and Ray approach songwriting and their keen ear for harmony- both of which show few signs of wavering."Map & Directions