The Jones Assembly presents Waxahatchee with support Madi Diaz!
Per artist request, all patrons must provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19. Negative tests will not be an acceptable alternative. Masks are to be properly worn when not eating and drinking.
Doors at 6:30. Full bar and walk-up food window available. Standing room only.
Booth tickets are sold in packages of 8 (floor booths $520) and 6 (mezzanine & small patio booths $390). Large patio booth includes 12 ($780). Booths include table service at a private reserved booth.
The mezzanine is accessible by stairs only. For ADA accessibility, please see floor level ticketing or contact email@example.com with any questions.
Rain or shine event. No re-entry. No refunds. No smoking. ALL AGES show.
Under 16 must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Support acts are subject to change without notice. More questions? Visit our website HERE
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What do we hold on to from our past? What must we let go of to truly move forward?
Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield, a lyricist who has always let her listeners know exactly where she is at a given moment, spent much of 2018 reckoning with these questions and revisiting her roots to look for answers. The result is Saint Cloud, an intimate journey through the places she’s been, filled with the people she’s loved.
Written immediately in the period following her decision to get sober, the album is an unflinching self-examination. From a moment of reckoning in Barcelona to a tourist trap in Tennessee to a painful confrontation on Arkadelphia Road, from a nostalgic jaunt down 7th Street in New York City to the Mississippi Gulf, Crutchfield creates a sense of place for her soul-baring tales, a longtime staple of her storytelling.
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Nashville-based Madi Diaz marks a full restart of her artistic career with "Man In Me," her poignant debut single/video for ANTI-. It's a first taste of how Diaz has worked at perfecting the craft of delivering a full spectrum of emotions via songs stripped to their most confrontational and raw form. This song was produced by Diaz with additional production by Andrew Sarlo (Big Thief, Bon Iver). Across reverberating guitar strums and light piano, Diaz's voice is evocative as she makes frank observations about a past relationship: "Do you imagine me differently // Cause when I met you swore that you saw me // When you think I might be someone else // Does it turn you on." As the track continues, Diaz's vocals swell exponentially, only to be drawn back to a fading note.