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Martha Redbone
"Bone Hill: The Concert" Thursday, February 27, 2020, 7:30PM

Redbone is a compelling voice in American Roots music. “Bone Hill: The Concert” exposes a never before told important piece of American history in this dramatic musical by Redbone and long-time collaborator Aaron Whitby.
Inspired by Redbone’s ancestors, the saga tells of a woman’s epic return to her homeland, where her family has dwelled and struggled for centuries in the hills of coal-mining Appalachia. The contemporary Cherokee/Shawnee and African American family is permanently bonded to their culture, identity, and the mountain despite its violent past and the ever-changing laws of the land that attempt to extinguish them. Redbone and the cast of jazz and blues singers inspire as new revelations are unveiled.

Official preview of “Bone Hill: The Concert” features Martha Redbone speaking and singing with the show’s cast.

Martha Redbone performs the song “Caught My Eye” from "Bone Hill: The Concert."

Live performances from Martha Redbone's "Bone Hill: The Concert" at The Autorino Center for the Arts. Includes audience reviews.

Ticket Info / Buy Tickets

Individual Ticket Prices

Adult (ages 18 to 61): $37 Seniors (62 years or older): $31 University Faculty and Staff: $31* Youth (ages 3 to 17): $16

UNR Students: $5*

Must be purchased in person at Lawlor Events Center Ticket Office, 1500 N. Virginia St., Reno, lower level entrance, from 10am to 5pm, Monday to Friday; or, at the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office, one hour before performance.

Children ages 2 and under are admitted free. Child must sit on adult's lap unless space is available.

* University Faculty, Staff and Students must show University ID

Purchase Individual Tickets

Individual tickets may be purchased in one of the following ways:

Online Includes a convenience fee. Click here to purchase tickets online >

In-person No convenience fee. Lawlor Events Center Ticket Office, 1500 N. Virginia St., Reno, lower level entrance, from 10am to 5pm, Monday to Friday; and, at the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office, one hour before performances.

Cancellation

Occasionally an unforeseen occurrence calls for an artist to cancel a performance. If a cancellation requires another performer to be scheduled, the Series will seek to substitute a comparable artist with similar credentials and performance standards within a related genre.

Venue / Parking / Accessibility

Venue

All performances are in the Nightingale Concert Hall, located in the University's Church Fine Arts Building at 1335 North Virginia Street, Reno. Get directions to the Nightingale Concert Hall >

Parking

Patron drop-off area: Located in the bus stop driveway in front of the Church Fine Arts Building at the Virginia Street entrance.

Parking is free on arts-events evenings (after 6:30pm) in the Brian J. Whalen Parking Complex, which is north of the Church Fine Arts Building and south of Lawlor Events Center. Get directions to the Brian J. Whalen Parking Complex >

Accessibility

Patron drop-off area is located in the bus stop driveway in front of the Church Fine Arts Building at 1335 North Virginia Street. Click here for directions to the Nightingale Concert Hall >

Accessible parking spaces are available on the east side of the Virginia Street Gym (six spaces) and on the first and second levels of the Brian J. Whalen Parking Garage. Patrons with a valid DMV issued placard or plates may park in these spaces without a parking permit after 6:30pm. Click here for directions to the Brian J. Whalen Parking Complex >

Cancellation

Occasionally an unforeseen occurrence calls for an artist to cancel a performance. If a cancellation requires another performer to be scheduled, the Series will seek to substitute a comparable artist with similar credentials and performance standards within a related genre.

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