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The Weepies

with Elizabeth Moen | Mission Creek Festival 2018

 $35

  Englert Theatre

Event Description

Box Office Info:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
12:30pm - 5:30pm
Closed Monday & Thursday
(319) 688-2653

Ticketing: $35 General Admission + Fees

or included with Full Week Pass ($150, Tuesday – Sunday). Ticket includes admission to Elizabeth Moen.

 Passes

 Our usual full week pass, granting access to all Mission Creek Festival ticketed performances (music, comedy) Tuesday through Sunday. Entrance to ticketed events at The Englert Theatre and Hancher is guaranteed at all times. Entrance to other venues is subject to capacity. Special programs like culinary events are not included in the festival pass and require the purchase of additional tickets.

Weekend Pass – $75
 Introducing the weekend pass, friendly to folks with busy schedules or those traveling from afar. The weekend pass grants access to Mission Creek Festival ticketed performances (music, comedy) Friday through Sunday, subject to capacity at all venues. Special programs like culinary events are not included in either festival pass and require the purchase of additional tickets.
Purchase tickets and passes at the Box Office or Online

Description

8 p.m. Elizabeth Moen
9:15 p.m. The Weepies

To mark the 10th year anniversary of their first entrance onto the Billboard Charts — 2008’s Hideaway — The Weepies are headlining 22 shows across the US with their band.

Singer-songwriters Deb Talan & Steve Tannen began writing together the night they met, and soon formed folk-pop duo The Weepies. They married and had three children, rarely touring but continuing to release music, making seven records over 10 years. They quietly sold more than a million records, with YouTube views of 30 million, and Spotify streams of over 90 million.

“We never got to tour behind the original Hideaway record,” says Steve. “For the stars to align 10 years later feels magical.”

“It’s unusual to get a second chance to do something like this, so we’re taking the band and going all out,” says Deb. The tour kicks off in the Weepies’ adopted hometown of Iowa City, finishing six weeks later outside of Seattle.

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