Wednesday, November 11
8:00 PM

  • Lucas Theatre for the Arts

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Mandolin Orange – CANCELED

With safety concerns due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the performance by Mandolin Orange, scheduled for November 11, 2020, at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts has been canceled. However, we are excited to announce that Mandolin Orange will be part of the Savannah Music Festival 2021 season. Plans for our re-envisioned 2021 season will be announced in late October. Please stay tuned for details. 

Formed in 2009 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Mandolin Orange is songwriter Andrew Marlin (vocals, mandolin, guitar, banjo) and Emily Frantz (vocals, violin, guitar). A decade down the road, a half-dozen albums and a family of their own to contend with, Mandolin Orange makes beautiful, downhome, contemporary acoustic folk music together with deceptive ease. In recent years, the duo has toured throughout the US and Europe including appearances at Austin City Limits, South by Southwest, Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Newport Folk Festival, Pickathon, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Rooster Walk and MerleFest.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Tickets to the canceled Mandolin Orange performance will be automatically refunded on September 30, unless you choose to donate your ticket purchase back to SMF to help our organization through this challenging time.
To donate your tickets or a portion of their value, please complete the form here: https://forms.gle/mMkmGyxAstKr3QCE7. For any ticketing-related questions, please contact us at tickets@savannahmusicfestival.org.

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Now a decade into a career that has seen it help redefine American roots music for a younger generation, the duo Mandolin Orange has officially mastered blending engaging storytelling with acoustic elements of bluegrass, folk and country.

-The Washington Post