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Brooklyn Bluegrass Bash - A Benefit Concert with Chris Thile & Michael Daves / Tony Trischka & Territory / Andy Statman Trio / Aoife O'Donovan & Noam Pikelny feat. Chris Eldridge - and more!
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Brooklyn Bluegrass Bash
- A Benefit Concert
with Chris Thile & Michael Daves / Tony Trischka & Territory / Andy Statman Trio

Brooklyn Bluegrass Bash A Benefit Concert Chris Thile & Michael Daves Tony Trischka & Territory Andy Statman Trio Aoife O'Donovan & Noam Pikelny feat. Chris Eldridge and more!
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Sunday, Sep 23, 2012 3:00 PM EDT 2012-09-23T15:00 (2:00 PM Doors)
, Brooklyn, NY

35.0 95.0
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Advanced Tickets for this show are currently sold out. Additional tickets may be released. There will be a handful of tickets available at the Door on Sunday.


Additional Information

GA + Perks: $95 Adult Admission + BBQ from Urban Rustic + 2 drinks

VIP + Perks: $150 VIP Reserved Admission + BBQ from Urban Rustic + 2 drinks

EVENT SCHEDULE:
2pm: doors open
2:15pm: [FRONTIER ROOM] The Calamity Janes
3pm: [MAIN STAGE] Tony Trischka and Territory feat. Kenny Kosek and Jen Larson
3:45pm: [FRONTIER ROOM] Kristin Andreassen and Friends
4pm: [MAIN STAGE] Andy Statman Trio
5pm: [FRONTIER ROOM] Bilger Family
5:15pm: [MAIN STAGE] Aoife O'Donovan, Noam Pikelny, and Chris Eldridge
6:15pm: [MAIN STAGE] Chris Thile & Michael Daves 

Brooklyn Bluegrass Bash

Grammy Nominated
Chris Thile & Michael Daves

The Godfather of New Acoustic Music
Tony Trischka and Territory

National Fellowship Award winner
Andy Statman Trio

From Punch Brothers, Crooked Still, Goat Rodeo
Aoife O’Donovan, Noam Pikelny & Chris Eldridge

Plus: The Calamity Janes, Kristin Andreassen and Friends, and the Bilger Family

With emcee Peter Sarsgaard

The Brooklyn Bluegrass Bash is a meeting of “the old Turks and the new Turks,” as organizer Michael Daves puts it. Tony Trischka, who was nominated for a Grammy in 2007 for Double Banjo Spectacular, will be joined by the great Kenny Kosek on fiddle and Jen Larson on vocals. Andy Statman, who recently won a National Heritage Award—the country’s highest honor for a folk musician—will play a set of elegantly klezmer-inflected bluegrass with his trio. They’ll be followed by an all-star line-up of younger artists whom they’ve inspired: Chris Thile, Noam Pikelny, and Chris Eldridge of the Punch Brothers; Aofie O’Donovan of Crooked Still and Goat Rodeo; Kristin Andreassen of Uncle Earl; and Daves himself, whose duo album with Thile was nominated for a Grammy this year. It may be the greatest gathering of bluegrass musicians in New York in a generation.

Brooklyn Bluegrass Bash is a benefit concert presented by the 4th Mission for the ceiling restoration campaign of Old First Reformed Church in Park Slope, Brooklyn.