Lucinda Williams and Her Band
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at Michigan Theater
February 11 @ 7:30 pm$35, $150
Update 1/24/22 – This event has been rescheduled for Friday, April 8, 2022.
For Acoustic Routes and The Ark, the most important thing to us is the health of fans, artists and their crews, so after conversations with her management, we’ve made the decision to postpone Lucinda Williams’ upcoming show at The Michigan Theater until the Spring when COVID is hopefully more under control. We expect to announce a new date soon. We’ll open a window for refunds when we have the new date if you can’t make the show. But we hope you’ll stick with us. It’s going to be a great night of music. And remember, all profits from this show go to feed the hungry in our community.
Please Note: The Michigan Theater and State Theatre require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination OR results of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours for all attendees over the age of 12. Temperatures will be taken for attendees under 12.
Masks are required for all attendees.
Lucinda Williams, heralded by The New York Times as an “archetype in a lineage of rocking, literary American songwriters,” will headline a benefit concert at The Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor on Feb. 11, 2022 to mark the 40th anniversary of The Breakfast at St. Andrew’s daily meal program. Tickets go on sale through Ticketmaster.com on November 20 at 12:01 a.m. EDT.
The performance by Lucinda Williams and Her Band will mark the 12th time Acoustic Routes and The Ark, one of the nation’s most celebrated live music venues, have raised money for the Breakfast Program. Founded during the summer of 1982 by parishioners of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, the Ann Arbor-based non-profit has served a free meal to anyone without missing a single day, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The Breakfast started as way to help people get through a deep recession 40 years ago, but the need never went away,” said Jim Cain, founder of Acoustic Routes Concerts. “I can’t thank Lucinda Williams enough for sharing her talent and supporting the work of the Breakfast Program.”
Over the course of fourteen remarkable albums, three Grammy awards, and countless accolades, including Time’s Songwriter of the Year of 2001, Williams is one of our most revered artists, beloved for her singular vocals and extraordinary songs.
Her latest release, “Good Souls, Better Angels,” has electrified critics and fans. American Songwriter wrote, “Take a deep breath, strap in then push play on what is undoubtedly one of the most searing, potent and passionate albums you’ll hear this year.”