An Evening with Kathy Mattea

Back by popular demand!

Her Two Grammy Award wins, Four Country Music of America awards, Four '#1' Country Singles, and her five Gold Albums (plus a platinum Greatest Hits collection) makes this a "...must see event!"

Sunday, June 9th - 7:00pm

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GENERAL INFORMATION

All tickets bought for this event will be for RESERVED seating.
***WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE seating is available for purchase online***
If you need otehr reasonable accommodations, please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849

Doors will open 45-Minutes prior to the start time.

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ACCESSIBLE SEATING IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE BALCONY.
There is no elevator access to the balcony.
Requires climbing several flights of stairs.

 

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INFORMATION ABOUT SEATING & PRICING

Ticket prices range from $45.00 to $75.00.
A $5.00 ticketing fee will be added upon checkout at all points-of-sale.
All sales are final.

PREMIUM CENTER ORCHESTRA SEATING: $75.00

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PREFERRED ORCHESTRA SEATING (Through Row-L): $65.00
PREFERRED FRONT BALCONY SEATING (Row-AA): $65.00

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RESERVED ORCHESTRA SEATING (Rear Orchestra): $55.00

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RESERVED BALCONY SEATING (Rear Balcony): $45.00


Balcony Seating is NOT currently available!

 

 

Hailed by The Washington Post as “one of Nashville’s finest song interpreters,Kathy Mattea has enjoyed much success and acclaim during her 40-year career in Country, Bluegrass and Folk music, including 2 Grammy wins, 4 CMA Awards, 4 #1 country singles, and five gold albums (plus a Platinum Greatest Hits collection). Her latest album is Pretty Bird, produced by her old friend, roots music wizard Tim O’Brien. The wide-ranging collection of songs chronicles a period of rededication to singing, digging back in with a vocal coach and emerging with a poignant and eclectic CD. In addition to creating and recording music and performing live on tour, Kathy is increasingly involved with public broadcasting, consulting and contributing on screen in Ken Burns’ 2019 documentary for PBS Country Music, and recently replacing founder Larry Groce as the host of the long-running NPR show Mountain Stage.