Two Mountain Stage events in Charleston this October are on sale to the public now.
We’re excited to announce that Emily Saliers, well known as one-half of the Indigo Girls, will make her first solo appearance on Mountain Stage October 22 in support of “Murmuration Nation,” her first release under her own name, due for release on August 11. Click to pre-order.
"It was so freeing to pursue the kind of music I truly wanted to make without regard to what I'd done before or who I'm expected to be," says Saliers. “I hope that this record can take people who think they know me already on a journey that'll really surprise them."
This show is also on sale to the public now. You can click here, call 877.987.6487, or stop by Taylor Books in downtown Charleston. Tickets are only $20 until August 31, at which point they will be $30.
Also appearing is the indie-pop duo Overcoats, who we first met in 2016 when they made their first appearance on Mountain Stage. You can hear their set via NPR Music and watch some of it courtesy of our VuHaus Channel.
On-line sales began today for Sunday, October 8 when Larry Groce welcomes The Drive-By Truckers, Paul Kelly and Daniel Norgren to The Clay Center. Tickets are available now online, and available by phone- 304-561-3570- or box office walk-up, starting Monday, July 31.
Don’t’ forget you can join us THIS SUNDAY via VuHaus as we stream our sold-out show featuring St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Mac McAnally, The Wild Reeds, Sarah Siskind and Chastity Brown. Just point your browser to MountainStage.org at 7pm EST and enjoy!
Did you know that Mountain Stage Members get exclusive pre-sale access to all our Culture Center shows, plus periodic discounts, updates and playlists from Mountain Stage staff? Click here for more information.