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Ticketing: ADV. $21.00 | DOS: $23.00
One dollar from every ticket sale will be donated to Black Lives Matter campaign.
*Advance tickets can be purchased at Tellus 360's Box Office, Meg Day, Animal House Productions or online at www.telllus360.com
*Advance tickets purchased before venue change (Tuesday, January 30th, 2018) will be honored on-site at Tellus 360. Please bring your order summary and confirmation ticket with you.
24 E. King Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Andrea Gibson, (Boulder, Colorado) is hitting the road in 2018 in support of their new album, HEY GALAXY, and new pocketbook, TAKE ME WITH YOU.
One of the most celebrated and successful poets in the field began their career in 1999 with a break-up poem at an open mic in Boulder, Colorado. Gibson then leaped into the forefront of spoken word poetry on the national scene in 2008 when they won the first-ever Woman of the WorldPoetry Slam. Author of three collections of poetry and currently working on an illustrated collection of their most memorable quotes for Penguin (Winter 2018), Andrea (they/them/their) has also released seven (7) full-length albums.
The most recent album, HEY GALAXY (Fall2017) was created in the midst of another project as a result of the current political upheaval in the United States. Gibson was working on an album entirely about love, accompanied by an orchestra, but after the 2016 presidential election, they felt moved to put forth a more social justice-oriented project. “There’s a quote that says, ‘Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.’ I wanted to do that. I wanted to make something political and human and gutsy in its revolt. Something beautiful in its sweetness and rage and vulnerability.Something loud and tender at the same time.”
T: @andreagibson | IG: @andrewgibson
Chastity Brown, (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Red House Records
Now based in Minnesota but with roots in the Deep South, Chastity has the "ability to distill Southern blues and plaintive North Country prairie influences into expansive, alluring folk songs" (The Current). She is a powerful new voice with the ability to warm, comfort and challenge. She's been hailed by NPR, CMT, American Songwriter, The London Times, and Paste Magazine as a songwriter to watch and has appeared on UK television on Later... with Jools Holland.
Meg Day, (Lancaster, Pennsylvania)
Meg Day is the 2015-2016 recipient of the Amy Lowell Poetry Travelling Scholarship, a 2013 recipient of an NEA Fellowship in Poetry, and the author of Last Psalm at Sea Level (Barrow Street 2014), winner of the Barrow Street Poetry Prize and the Publishing Triangle’s Audre Lorde Award. Day teaches poetry & gender studies at Franklin & Marshall College.
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