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Birds of Play live in concert

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Check out Birds of Play’s music HERE and HERE.

The Sheridan Arts Foundation presents Birds of Play live in concert at the historic Sheridan Opera House on Friday, February 25 at 9:00 p.m., doors at 8:00 p.m. The Birds are celebrating the release of their newest LP, Murmurations Vol. 2. 

Alex Paul (guitar, mandolin, vocals, songwriting) delivers his meditations upon the human condition in rough-hewn voice laced with wood-smoke and whiskey, the earnest lyricism speaking straight to the center of our shared humanity. Whether tipping their cap to Baroque British folk or indulging in languid sweetness of woozy blues, Murmurations Volume 1 rings true as a classic from the canon of folk music.
Paul and Jack Tolan (guitar, mandolin, vocals) have been playing music together for years. From the campfires of the Utah desert to the hostels of Argentina, they have shared a special musical compatibility. Tolan had the privilege of playing with Eric Shedd (bass, mandolin, guitar, vocals, musical director) around a campfire at Paul’s birthday soiree, and it was around that fire, somewhere deep in a canyon on the Colorado Plateau, the Birds of Play were born. Their debut album, Anthrophony, was released mid-summer 2019
Anneke Dean (violin, vocals) started playing the violin at the age of 8. From the 6th-12th grade, she studied at Denver School of the Arts under Moscow String Quartet’s first violinist, Eugenia Alikhanova. While pursuing a degree at Chicago College of Performing Arts, she started exploring other genres. Dean met the Birds during the summer of 2020. She partook in her first tour with them that fall, officially becoming the fourth member. 

Tickets are $20 for standing room main floor GA and $30 for reserved balcony seats each plus a $5 ticketing fee.
Limited legroom in Rows O & P.
All tickets are final sale.

Must be 21 and over unless accompanied by adult.
The night of the show, you must bring proof of a COVID vaccination OR a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of the event to enter. Your ticket will not be refunded, and you will not be allowed entry if you fail to bring proof of either vaccination or a negative test. No exceptions. By purchasing a ticket to this event, you agree to this COVID-19 waiver.
If the Sheridan Arts Foundation is forced to cancel or move this event, you will be eligible for a full refund.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


Feb 25 2022


9:00 pm

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