SPAFFORD - Moved to the Neighborhood Theater
Visulite Theatre (16+ (Must have ID) - Under 16 with Parent Only)
Doors Open: 7:00 - Show Starts: 8:00
Tickets Still Available at Door
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!
Unfortunately the repair to the Visulite Theatre roof is taking a bit longer than we anticipated.
Therefore we have to move the Spafford to the Neighborhood Theater. If you purchased tickets to the friday show dec 1st and would still want to come to the show your tickets will be moved to the thursday nov 30 will call list. If you are unable to attend the thursday night show please email the boxoffice and your tickets will be refunded.
We apologize for all the inconvenience this may have caused and look forward to opening back up very soon.
Spafford is known for their astonishing improvisational ability and off-the-cuff extended jams, Spafford paints a picture in real-time each night with a musical palette known only to each other. It’s a private language comprised of both their talent as musicians as well as their formidable catalog of influences, spanning 90’s alt-rock radio hits to Steely Dan and The Crystal Method. Each Spafford show is a sonic pilgrimage, the journey of a team of musicians so in tune with each other that a single note communicates intent and purpose. Spafford is amongst the most creative and hard-traveling bands on the contemporary jam scene, performing countless sold-out headline dates along with high profile festival sets at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Firefly Music Festival, and many others.
JOE MAY'S MONTH OF MONDAYS
Start Time: 8:00
At the core of musical creativity is the simple, unending urge for exploration and discovery. It’s being able to hold onto your childlike wonder and eternal curiosity, all of which lies at the start of any new chapter of melodic space to inhabit. For singer/keyboardist Joe May, it’s being able to balance a deep passion for record producing and live music improvisation, both encompassing the magic of one’s own natural talents and fearlessness to experiment — onstage and in the studio.
Though most folks recognize May from his work behind the keys for rising Charlotte, North Carolina, jam/funk outfit Pluto Gang, May’s debut solo album, “No Party By That Name,” conjures the deep, fundamental influences he regards with awe and perspective. With “No Party By That Name” soon to be released, May is already hard at work on the follow up, this well of inspiration currently overflowing from his heart and soul, through his fingertips and onto the keyboard.
Garret K Woodward, Rolling Stone contributing author