This is a socially-distanced seated show in our new outdoor space! You must purchase a full table at checkout. We have tables for 6, 4 and 2 people. So grab some friends or family to join you!
We're all about safety for you, our artists and our staff, so:
- Please try to have your whole party arrive together if possible.
- Masks must be worn unless you are at your seat.
- Hand sanitizer will be available on site.
Please enter through the side gate on the left side of Moe's Alley. And please make sure to stay socially distanced from other parties while you wait to be seated.
Food truck will be on site, so bring your appetite!
This event is 21+ only
Tickets are $15 per person, but you must purchase an entire table
Table for 6 - $90
Table for 4 - $60
Table for 2 - $30
A good artist captures the feeling of a moment. A great artist captures the feeling of an era. When Peter Harper wrote and recorded his new album “Survive,” there was no global pandemic, nor social unrest, yet, somehow his message of Hope, Strength, Love, and Survival predicted this moment and will go on to help guide us all through it.
Peter is the youngest of the three Harper brothers. With music and artistic expression in his DNA, Peter chose the art of sculpture to express his creativity. As a renowned sculptor his pieces don the collections of stars like Woody Harrelson, Henry Rollins, Laura Dern, Meg Ryan, Danny DeVito, Maya Angelou, Danny Trejo, DJ Numark, George Clinton and many more.
On the track “Broken Sound” Harper utilizes his signature Tenor Guitar combined with a break beat and horn section to create a head nodding groove loaded with lyrics that address social injustice, “I won’t be scattered like some ashes that have grown cold. And I won’t be battered like some slave that has been sold.”
After touring Europe for several years Peter landed a record deal with European label “Space Party” which is owned and operated by Hervé Cocto who is responsible for the European promotion success of smash hits like Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito” and Alice Merton’s “No Roots”.
Moshe Vilozny w/David Holodiloff
Moshe Vilozny was born in Portland OR and raised in Santa Cruz CA; spending summers in Israel and winters throughout Latin America. Moshe incorporates life experiences into original songs steeped in American Roots Music & sprinkled with influences from his world travels. Moshe has been writing, performing & recording original music since high school. His 1st album "Revolucion" was released in 2005 featuring a 7 piece band backing his original songs sung in English, Spanish & Hebrew. They toured the west coast packing venues & festivals including main-stage performances at Oregon Country Fair, Earthdance, Sierra Nevada, & Reggae On The River; where they were joined on stage by Michael Franti. In 2016 Moshe returned to his acoustic roots with the release of "Lost & Found" performed live in studio. The album is in rotation on several prominent west coast radio stations including KPIG. Moshe was a featured artist at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 2019.