Gregory Alan Isakov w/ Special Guest Israel Nebeker (of Blind Pilot)

Ages 16 and up
Sunday, November 28
Doors: 7pm
$30

$31 in advance / $36 at the door

$1 from every ticket will go to The Land Institute.  The Land Institute is a non-profit whose vision is to develop an agricultural system that can produce ample food, reduce or eliminate impacts from the disruptions and dependencies of industrial agriculture, and inform cultural change through education. www.landinstitute.org

Gregory Alan Isakov Touring COVID Policies
-All attendees must be fully vaccinated. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination at the time of entry will be required. (Negative tests are not an acceptable form of entry.)
-Masks are required for entry, and must be worn at all times, except when eating or drinking. (Gaiters and bandanas are not an acceptable form of mask.)

Gregory Alan Isakov is a singer-songwriter. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, he emigrated to the United States as a child, and was raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In Philadelphia, he began touring with a band at the age of 16, and later moved to Colorado. His music combines indie and folk, featuring instruments such as the guitar and banjo — and he is widely know for the songs "The Stable Song", "Big Black Car", and "Raising Cain". Isakov's travels have impacted his songwriting; his songs tell stories of miles and landscapes and the search for a sense of place.