Featuring Chris Thile, the group combines, then transforms, musical elements from indie rock, folk and jazz to bluegrass and classical.
Reserved Seating. Tickets $25, $35, $50Monday, Nov. 19 ONLY the Tower Theatre Foundation is putting 37 seats on sale for just $10 to see the acclaimed bluegrass fusion string band PUNCH BROTHERS. This special sale is one day only, 10 am-10 pm. These seats in the last two rows of the balcony are regularly $25. No refunds, no exchanges of previously purchased seats.
$25 / $35 /$50
In 2006, mandolinist/singer Chris Thile instigated the collaboration that evolved into Punch Brothers, the Grammy-nominated progressive string-band that has built a wide following with its “white-hot musical mind” (L.A. Times). They’ve performed at festivals including Bonnaroo, Telluride Bluegrass, and Newport Folk and have appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with David Letterman and Prairie Home Companion. Their song “Dark Days” was featured on the HungerGames companion soundtrack. Described as “an acoustic Radiohead” (San Francisco Chronicle), the group combines, then transforms, musical elements from indie rock, folk and jazz to bluegrass and classical.
“Their songs glitter and soar,capable of pushing beyond traditional bluegrass into alternative rock.” – BBC
“A mystical alchemy of old-time music and contemporary sensibilities.”– The New Yorker
With Special Guests, The Milk Carton Kids, a harmonizing, minimalist duo, using two guitars and two voices to create a new combination of back-porch Americana and classic folk.