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Blame Sally :: Summer Nights Outdoor Concert

Sat, August 9, 2014 7:00 pm

Acoustic / Folk Rock / Eclectic / On indie edges of America  $20 members / $22 public / Day of $25 for all Subscribe for best pricing and early seating! - Reserved Table Seating Options for Parties of 4 or 8+ - Ages 17 and under FREE


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Blame Sally

The final concert in the 5 concert Summer Nights series. End your summer with an edgy eclectic sultry rock band.

EVENT DETAILS

6pm - Doors open for Sponsors, Underwriters, Century Circle members, Subscribers and Special Guests.

Dinners available for purchase from

6:15pm - Doors open for public

6:40pm - Dance Lessons

7pm - Concert begins


Blame Sally creates an eclectic and undeniably original brand of folk pop that plays on the "indie edges of Americana." Bringing together four unique voices and musical backgrounds, Blame Sally has forged a cohesive sound that is instantly recognizable and compelling.

With their decade plus of live performances and recordings, Blame Sally has established a legacy of song combining country, folk, rock, Celtic and strains of classical music, which has brought originality together with a roots sensibility and pop accessibility.

This local folk-rock quartet with an attitude, combines acoustic textures with Americana harmonies and an independent spirit. They've shared stages with like-minded artists like Los Lobos, Ani DiFranco, Richard Thompson, Roseanne Cash, Joan Beaz and Greg Brown. In 2007, Severland, the Sally's third album charted number one on XM Satellite Radio’s Starbuck's XM Café, and Neil Young featured their protest song "If You Tell a Lie" on his Living with War site. The band released their fourth studio album, Speeding Ticket and a Valentine in 2011.

"The band’s four-part harmonies should not be missed. Don’t blame us if you’re the last on your block to check out Blame Sally."

-Performing Songwriter

"Collectively they create multihued sonic and emotional tapestries, recalling the artful romanticism of Jane Siberry, the rich folk harmonies of the Indigo Girls and the percolating soulfulness of Joy of Cooking."

-San Francisco Chronicle 

MORE ABOUT BLAME SALLY

 

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clientuploads/directory/Performing Arts/Summer Nights 2013/SN13-sizzling.jpgGeneral Admission$20 members/ $22 public/ $25 at the door

Children 17 and under FREE

 

Reserved Table Seating Options Available:

Parties of 4 (intimate cabaret tables)

Parties of 8+ (picnic tables)

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  • Amazing live acoustic folk rock harmonies
  • Family Friendly
  • Playground on-site
  • Turf or Chair Seating Choices
  • Bring a Picnic or Purchase Dinner
  • Concessions including Beer/Wine/Cocktails
  • Intermission
  • Free Parking

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Dinners Available for Purchase on-site from: Sol Food

OR

Bring your own picnic!

 

Beer on Tap from Lagunitas Brewery

Wine from Barefoot Winery

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Tonight the Kid Zone will be hosted by The Agricultural Institute of Marin offering an art project for young ones to learn and have fun.

At The Agricultural Institute, their mission is to promote a viable food system, to educate the public about the benefits of buying fresh and locally grown food, and to bring farmers and communities together. They manage 7 farmers markets, including the third largest market in California, the Sunday Marin Farmers Market.

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GEORGI & WILLOW will be on-site with theme-based clothing available for purchase!

Located at 649 San Anselmo Avenue in San Anselmo, Georgi & Willow is a 100% nonprofit resale boutique where your purchase has a purpose.

Goodwill is a critical part of the social safety net in Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo–not just catching people as they fall, but helping them bounce back into better lives. To do this, Goodwill partners with a wide range of government, NGO’s and business partners.

 

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Light Up Summer Nights

Help Kanbar Center light up the nights! Your donation will help purchase equipment including additional playground lighting.

A tax deductable donation of only $52 can help to purchase a light  fixtures for indoor or outdoor use! Click the tip jar to donate now, or add a donation when purchasing your tickets!

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Support Community & Expand your Reach

Our Festival of Summer Nights attracts thousands of primarily Marin County residents every summer.  This year we invite you to market your business through a sponsorship of our music festival.  You not only get great visibility (online and in print) to a target market, you receive some neat ticketing benefits for you/your staff/your clients.  Supporting the arts in Marin through your company’s sponsorship is icing on the cake!  To learn more, Linda Bolt at 415.444.8081 or lbolt@marinjcc.org.  Space is limited.

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