Upcoming Event Sound Series: Julia Jacklin with special guest Cassandra Jenkins
Out of an abundance of caution, the Sound Series: Julia Jacklin with special guest Cassandra Jenkins concert has been canceled. We are working to refund ticket(s) as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please contact us at 412.237.8300.
We welcome Melbourne, Australia-based singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin and her band to Carnegie Lecture Hall. Jacklin’s unique blend of dreamy indie folk/pop and alt-country that she has rapidly crafted over just two solo records has earned comparisons to the likes of Angel Olsen and Sharon Van Etten. Her first album, Don’t Let the Kids Win (2016) reached the Australian Top 50, and her second album Crushing (2019), has garnered many accolades, including a Libera Award for best new independent folk/bluegrass album. Singer-songwriter Cassandra Jenkins, whose latest album, Overview on Phenomenal Nature, has received much critical praise (including Pitchfork’s Best New Music mention), opens the evening.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Please note: For your safety and the safety of those around you, all those attending this performance must show proof of a Covid-19 vaccination (final vaccine must be dated at least 14 days prior to the performance) at their time of entry with a valid ticket. Proof of vaccination can be shown via the physical card, a photo of your card, or digital vaccination passport apps. In addition, all those in attendance must wear a face mask that covers both the nose and mouth. Bar service will not be available. Guests who do not follow posted safety guidelines or instructions from staff will be asked to leave the premises. Failure to comply with this policy or rude or aggressive behavior will not be tolerated. Please see our Visitor Conduct Policy for more information.
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