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The Center For The Arts Presents Summer Concert Series: Del McCoury Band Opener: National Park Radio

Saturday, July 31, 2021

6:30pm (gates open at 5) Nevada County Fairgrounds

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Outdoors & Socially Distanced at the fairgrounds!

The Center for the Arts is thrilled to host a series of outdoor shows; intimate, pod-based, physically distant and with very limited capacity. The Summer Concert Series will take place on the Meadow Green at the Nevada County Fairgrounds on select Saturdays in June and July.

 


 

From the nascent sound of bluegrass that charmed hardscrabble hillbilly honkytonks, rural schoolhouse stages, and the crowning glory of the Grand Ole Opry to the present-day culture-buzz of viral videos and digital streams, Del is the living link. As a teen, he was captivated by the banjo playing of one of its masters, Earl Scruggs, and decided he’d be a banjo picker, too. Del joined Bill Monroe’s Blue Grass Boys in early 1963 providing him with a priceless trove of bluegrass tutelage direct from the source.Countless hours of recording sessions and miles of tireless touring dotted the decades. “We don’t have a setlist,” says Del. “We try and work in the new songs, but a lot of times it’s just requests from the audience. It’s more interesting for the band, for me, and for the audience because nobody knows what’s coming next.” With but a single change in membership in twenty seven years The Del McCoury Band shows unprecedented stability and accolades including membership in the Grand Ole Opry and two Grammy wins. Del says “I consider myself traditional at heart, but I don’t have any boundaries. I’m just a guy that likes to sing and play music.”

DEL MCCOURY BAND website | facebook | instagram | video

 


 

Opener: National Park Radio

National Park Radio is an indie-folk “power duo” from the Ozark mountains, featuring enthusiastic, positive energy, powerful & inspiring songwriting, and beautiful harmonies from husband & wife Stefan and Kerrie Szabo.

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Venue Information

We have created a plan to gather together safely, but it is going to take everyone — the staff, the artists, crew and YOU — doing their part. The Center for the Arts looks forward to welcoming you back to live music, and are confident that the experience can take place safely with everyone’s cooperation. We’re all in this together.

 

What to know at a glance:

  • Each pod is 8′ x 8′
  • Pods are distanced from each other by six feet on all sides
  • Four people maximum per pod
  • Masks required anytime outside of pod
  • Food and drinks only consumed in pod
  • Parking and concessions can be purchased online at time of ticket purchase
  • Only low profile chairs no higher than 28” allowed in the front and VIP section

 

The nitty-gritty

Concessions: All patrons are encouraged to purchase in advance. Beer & Wine Packages are available for purchase with your ticket. We will have your drinks on ice waiting for you at your assigned bar when you arrive. No outside food or drink is allowed. Additional concessions and merchandise can be ordered onsite at the bar located in your seated section.

When you arrive: Guests will be asked COVID-19 screening questions, and receive a temperature check. General Admission ticket holders will be assigned a pod upon arriving at the gate on a first-come first-serve basis. VIP ticket holders will have a specially reserved pod. Please note only low profile chairs no higher than 28” will be allowed in the front and VIP sections. To help with the seating process please arrive with your party (maximum 4 per pod.)

While On-Site: After parking, you will be required to wear a mask throughout the premises when not in your pod. Please have your mask ready. Unfortunately we cannot allow communal dancing but if you want to boogie with your pod-mates, go right ahead. Food and drinks may only be consumed while in your pod.

We are all in this together. Your cooperation is key to ensuring we get back to our normal home inside our beautifully renovated Center. Please help us by adhering to the guidelines we have set, and thank you for your continued support.

 

ADDRESS

Meadow Green
Nevada County Fairgrounds
11228 McCourtney Rd.
Grass Valley, CA 95949 [map]

 

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