'The Voice' runner-up to perform in JasperOctober 1, 2020
By Herald Staff
JASPER — Addison Agen, an Americana singer-songwriter best known as Season 13’s first runner-up on NBC’s "The Voice," will perform at the Jasper Arts Center on Friday, Oct. 23, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. A streaming option is also available.
Based in Fort Wayne, the 19-year-old’s raw and heart-wrenching voice welcomes listeners of all kinds to be grateful and self-reflective. Agen’s honest storytelling and simplicity earned her an opening slot with Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, as well as Kevin Bacon’s The Bacon Brothers in 2019.
Agen’s music transforms lived experiences into songs woven together with themes of nostalgia, acceptance, hopefulness and joy.
“We are thrilled to once again present world-class talent like Addison,” said Kyle Rupert, director of Jasper Community Arts. “While things might look and feel a little different for our patrons, our staff has spent the last seven months researching and planning for this very moment, to once again offer live in person performances. For those that are not quite ready to return to in person events, we are excited to offer the option of streaming Addison’s performance from the comfort of their homes. Either in person or streamed at home, this is not a performance to be missed.”
JCA is committed to providing as safe as possible an environment for performances. For the safety of its staff and patrons, the following policies have been put in place:
- Seating capacity has been reduced to ensure social distancing.
- Face masks will be required at all times.
- Temperature checks will be required and those with a temperature above 100 degrees Fahrenheit will not be permitted to enter.
- A complete listing of JCA’s Policies and Procedures regarding COVID-19 can be found at www.jasperarts.org under ‘COVID-19.’
In-person tickets are $15 and streaming tickets are $10. Due to social-distancing restrictions, in-person tickets will be limited and will only be available to purchase by calling the JCA Box Office at 482-3070. For more information or to purchase streaming tickets visit www.jasperarts.org.
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