Way Down Wanderers returnNovember 6, 2019
From Local Sources
JASPER — “Somewhere on the spectrum between Old Crow Medicine Show and Mumford and Sons lies the spirited bluegrass-based artistry of The Way Down Wanderers. It is joyful, daring and occasionally sublime.” — The Associated Press.
The Way Down Wanderers will make their second journey to the historic Astra Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 23. Doors for this performance will open at 6:30 p.m. with the Indianapolis-based band Bigfoot Yancey scheduled to open at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are available at www.TheNextAct.org. Reserved seating tickets on the main floor and balcony are $14.95 with a $29.95 VIP option. The VIP ticket includes preferred parking in the Matrix parking lot, a $5 concession voucher, and a 30 minute pre-show meet-and-greet with the artist.
The band shows off their unique style with an eclectic genre of music, a high octane of energy in their shows and the engagement of their fans during performances. Their distinctive sound draws on elements of bluegrass, touches on classic rock influences, and surprises with elements of jazz, classical music and even hip-hop.
The Way Down Wanderers were recently tagged as No. 1 of 10 new artists you need to know by Rolling Stone Country.
In addition to sharing the evening with The Way Down Wanderers, make plans to attend screenings of “The Polar Express” on Saturday, Dec. 7, and “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” on Saturday, Dec. 14. Tickets and information on upcoming shows can be found at www.TheNextAct.org.
The historic Astra Theatre, has main level and balcony seating with a concessions stand offering snacks, local craft and domestic beer and wine.
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