The Appalachian Theatre is resuming in-person shows in September! General public ticket sales will begin online on August 12 at 11 a.m. For pre-sale ticket access, consider joining “The Friends of The APP” organization. Continue reading for a list of upcoming shows!
September 3 — Roger McGuinn
Folk rock artist Roger McGuinn is the frontman of The Byrds. McGuinn has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and his music has a signature 12-string Rickenbacker guitar sound. Popular songs featuring McGuinn’s vocals include: “Turn! Turn! Turn!”and “Eight Miles High,” both by The Byrds.
McGuinn will play The Appalachian Theatre on Friday, September 3 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $35.
October 1 — Damn Tall Buildings
Folk group Damn Tall Buildings creates unique music that combines roots-rock, bluegrass, blues and vintage swing. “The Boston Globe” writes that they are “the Carter family for the millennial generation.”
Damn Tall Buildings will play the Appalachian Theatre on Friday, October 1 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25.
October 14 — John McEuen and the String Wizards
Folk musicians John McEuen and the String Wizards were the first artists to play The Appalachian Theatre in 2019. On October 14, they will return to the stage in their “Grand Opening 2.0” concert. John McEuen is a founding member of country rock group the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and has also been inducted into the American Banjo Hall of Fame. McEuen’s accompanying “string wizards” include former Nitty Gritty Dirt Band members Lea Thompson and John Cable.
John McEuen and the String Wizards will play the Appalachian Theatre on Thursday, October 14 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $35.
November 6 — The Malpass Brothers
Bluegrass musicians The Malpass Brothers use mandolin, acoustic guitar, electric guitar and bass to create a unique and memorable musical experience. The two brothers, Christopher and Taylor Malpass, have shared billing with iconic musicians like Willie Nelson, Doc Watson, Doyle Lawson, Rhonda Vincent and Marty Stuart.
The Malpass Brothers will play the Appalachian Theatre on Saturday, November 6 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25.
October 23 — Henry Cho
Henry Cho is a national stand-up comedian who appears weekly on radio shows like SiriusXM’s Channel 98 and Pandora’s PG Comedy Radio Channel. Cho is one of the only Asian acts to appear in the Grand Ole Opry, and he’s even appeared in films such as “McHale’s Navy,” “Say It Isn’t So” and “Material Girls.”
Henry Cho will be at the Appalachian Theatre on Saturday, October 23 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $28.
The Appalachian Theatre is located at 559 W King Street in Boone, next to the Boone Town Hall.
Ticket holders will be emailed prior to the event regarding current COVID-19 protocols. The Appalachian Theatre has upgraded their HVAC systems to include state of the art ionization systems that will increase fresh, clean air in the theatre. There are also sanitation stations throughout the theater. Additionally, if ticket holders become sick and cannot attend the show, they will receive a full refund.
About “The Friends of the APP”
Friends of the APP is an organization that funds operations at The Appalachian Theatre. Memberships contribute to funding community programs, presenting amazing shows and maintaining the theater. Members of Friends of the APP receive benefits like early access to tickets, donor recognition in playbills and on lobby signage, early concert notice and free ticket exchange perks.
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