with Lucy Wainwright Roche
DATE: Tuesday, Oct. 2, 7pm
LOCATION: Baum Walker Hall at Walton Arts Center
- For this performance, all patrons will go through a bag check upon entry to the facility. Entry will be available at both the West Ave. and Dickson St. doors. Patrons should expect wait times at security. Please dress accordingly for the weather.
- No backpacks will be allowed into the theater. The following items will be prohibited and you will be asked to return them to your car or they will be confiscated and not returned: all weapons, guns, knives, illegal drugs, laser pens and pointers, noise-makers, professional audio recording equipment, professional cameras (with removable lens) and any outside food or beverage.
- Anyone leaving the facility for any reason will be rechecked upon reentry.
PRE-PAID PARKING: remember to purchase pre-paid parking along with your tickets for a guaranteed space in the nearby parking deck!
The Indigo Girls have spent 35 years performing together, produced 16 albums (seven gold, four platinum and one double platinum), earned a Grammy Award® and seven Grammy nominations, and toured arenas, festivals and clubs the world over.
It is rare to find musicians together for so long – and even rarer still with such profound successes. Their music lives in the hearts of generations of dedicated fans and continues to inspire young musicians. The Girls’ refinement—not only of style and skill, but of their own creative process—allows access to ever new and liminal spaces. With an artistic kinship rare and cosmic, the duo hits the road on tour for their newest album, One Lost Day—celebrating the past, present and future with wonder, gratitude and empathy.