***Masks, Proof of Vaccination (or Negative PCR Test), and Valid ID Required for Admittance***
featuring The Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Nathan and the Zydeco Cha Chas
Thursday, March 17, 7:00 pm
St. Johnsbury Academy
1000 Main St.
St. Johnsbury, VT
Reserved seats: $52, $42, $32, $15. Students are free.
Ticket prices do not include any applicable fees or sales taxes.
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Please check our website for the COVID-19 policy for the KCP Presents Series which includes both mask wearing and vaccination guidelines.
A Creole Zydeco – Brass Band Showdown!
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band are the pioneers of the modern New Orleans brass band movement, recognized worldwide as an unstoppable musical machine. Formed in 1977, they are the pioneers of the modern New Orleans brass band movement, recognized worldwide as an unstoppable musical machine whose name is synonymous with genre bending romps and high-octane performances.
They have been featured guests both in the studio and on stage with artists including Elvis Costello, Dr. John, Widespread Panic, Modest Mouse, Dave Matthews Band, The Black Crowes and many others. Their immediate plans include fifty shows where they will support and then join the Doobie Brothers onstage for their 50th Anniversary tour.
Nathan Williams delivers a direct connection to Zydeco’s storied pioneers including Clifton Chenier and Boozoo Chavis. Together, this sizzling show provides a non-stop master class in blues, cajun, New Orleans soul, zydeco and R&B from two of Louisiana’s best!
“Nathan Williams and his Zydeco Cha Chas – makes it all count.”—Offbeat Magazine
"The Dirty Dozen Brass Band is arguably the most influential ensemble to emerge in New Orleans over the last 25 years. Its sway on the brass band scene has been staggering, spawning bands like the ReBirth, New Birth, Hot 8, Li’l Rascals, Soul Rebels and just about every other young brass ensemble presently performing."—Offbeat Magazine