Live concerts return to the Webb Center

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Posted 4/5/21

Bringing live music back to the Webb Center’s stage are the Kingston Trio 4 p.m. Sunday, April 18. Tickets for the first in-person concert at the venue in over a year start at $15 for adults …

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Live concerts return to the Webb Center

MUSIC

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Bringing live music back to the Webb Center’s stage are the Kingston Trio 4 p.m. Sunday, April 18. Tickets for the first in-person concert at the venue in over a year start at $15 for adults and $5 for youth.

“We are thrilled to be reopening our doors,” stated executive director Cathy Weiss, “and The Kingston Trio are a wonderful group of musicians to help welcome our audiences back to the theatre. We have missed presenting live concerts and it will be such a gift to see our patrons enjoying the music they grew up with.”

Known for their rich and simple three-part harmony, acoustic melodies and humorous stories, The Kingston Trio delights audiences with their blend of popular folk music. The current group consists of guitarist and banjo player, Mike Marvin, who is the adopted son of founding member Nick Reynolds; Tim Gorelangton, who plays a 6-string and 12-string guitar; and Don Marovich, who plays acoustic and tenor guitar, mandolin, harmonica and percussion. He retired from a 22-year teaching career to tour with The Limeliters and now joins The Kingston Trio as their tenor vocalist.

The Webb Center is recommending that patrons continue to wear masks and observe social distancing protocols. Audience size will be limited to 50% venue capacity for this event. If patrons do not wish to attend in-person, an option to watch a virtual livestream of the concert at the same time.

Tickets for both the live, in-person concert and virtual livestream are available for purchase at dewpac.org or through the Box Office at 928-684-6624.

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