Per festival’s request, all patrons are required to show proof of full vaccination OR a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours from the time of entry to the venue. Masks are also recommended.
* Policy is subject to change
This event is all ages.
$31.00 – General Admission
*plus applicable service fees
Proof of full vaccination is one of the following:
- CDC Vaccination Card or international equivalent (photos will be accepted)
- CA Digital Vaccine Card
- Green Health Pass by CLEAR
The following forms of Negative COVID-19 test proof WILL BE ACCEPTED:
- Test results from any location listed on the Health Pass by CLEAR app
- Test results from a lab with confirmation of results, including date, time and name matching the ID of the ticket holder
- A home test that works with an app which supplies verifiable results, with name, date and time
The following forms of Negative COVID-19 test proof WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED:
- Binax at-home tests
- Ellume at-home tests
- At home tests with no digital verification of results displaying name, date and time
- Rapid tests brought to the venue to be performed on-site
- Antibody tests
All doors & show times subject to change.
Add this event to your calendar:
The 12th full-length by Pacific Northwest artist Liz Harris aka Grouper is a collection of songs spanning 15 years. She characterizes Shade as an album about respite, and the coast, poetically and literally. How we frame ourselves in a landscape, how in turn it frames ourselves; memories and experiences carried forward mapping our connection to place.
— An ode to blue / What lives in shade —
Songs touch on loss, flaws, hiding places, love. Deep connections to the Bay Area, and the North Coast, with its unique moods of solitude, beauty, and isolation—a place described and transformed by the chaos and power of river-mouth, wild maritime storms, columns of mist that rise up unexpectedly on the road at night. Portions were recorded on Mount Tamalpais during a self-made residency years back, other pieces made longer ago in Portland, while the rest were tracked during more recent sessions in Astoria.
Throughout, Harris threads a hidden radiant language of voice, disquiet, and guitar, framed by open space and the sense of being far away.
Echoing a lighthouse, burying the faults of being human / Into things that we project upon the sky at night.