This summer live music is back on at the Center

JACKSON, Wyo. — Live music is officially back on at Center for the Arts. June brings an in-person live event with limited, socially-distanced seating. Streaming options will also be available.

The last week in June, singer-songwriter, Jackie Greene, will be bringing his Americana and roots repertoire to the Center on June 29 and 30. For the past ten or so years of his nearly two-decade career, Greene has accepted several sideman gigs and supergroup posts, including with The Black Crowes, Phil Lesh & Friends and Trigger Hippy. A musician’s musician, Greene has a dynamic, multi-instrumental range as he plays slide guitar, organ, bass, and percussion. His new collection of six original songs is imbued with a mixture of Brooklyn basement DIY feel, Delta blues, and the bluegrass and folk tapes of his youth in Northern California.

The Center is limiting these live in-person events to a 126-person audience to ensure social distancing. Seats will be sold in pods, which requires concert goers to buy all seats within an individual pod.

Tickets are on sale now. Go to jhcenterforthearts.org/calendar for more information.

More performances are being planned for the months ahead, continuing with limited-capacity seating with livestream option through the summer. These shows will be announced monthly so be sure to join The Center’s mailing list to learn about future events.

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