Lake Street Dive

Lake Street Dive

Date:
Saturday, November 17
Location:
Wang Theatre
At the Artist’s request in order to minimize ticket scalping, this show is using paperless ticketing. No physical tickets will be issued upon purchase. For credit card purchases, attendees will need to present the same credit card used to purchase, and a matching government-issued photo ID, to enter the theatre on the night of the performance. If you are purchasing with cash at the box office, you will need to provide a government-issued photo ID at the time of purchase. On the evening of the performance, you will need to present at Will Call the same photo ID used to purchase tickets, and you and your group must immediately enter the theatre after pickup.



Prices will increase by $3.00 on the day of the performance.

About the Show

Lake Street Dive will take the Boch Center Wang Theatre stage Saturday, November 17.

Lake Street Dive will release Free Yourself Up, its second album with Nonesuch Records on May 4. The band -- drummer Michael Calabrese, bassist Bridget Kearney, singer Rachael Price, and guitarist/trumpeter Michael "McDuck" Olson - - self-produced the album at Goosehead Palace Studios in Nashville with engineer Dan Knobler. Lake Street Dive formed in 2004 while students at New England Conservatory and have been touring non-stop ever since, growing from basement venues like The Lizard Lounge in Boston, MA to selling out Radio City Music Hall in New York City. For this album, the quartet drafted touring keyboardist Akie Bermiss to join them in the studio. Adding another player to the process freed up the band members to explore a wider range of instrumental textures, construct more full-bodied arrangements, and build on their well-known background harmonies. "This album is based in the realities in our time," Kearney reflects, "which have inevitably become part of everyone's daily life. It's something you think about and obsess over -- and write songs about. Free Yourself Up is about empowering yourself, emboldening yourself, no matter what's going wrong.”

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Wang Theatre

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wang Theatre has housed the performing arts since opening in 1925, developing from a movie “cathedral” and home to vaudeville musicals and big bands, to today’s role as an impressive venue for world-class theatre, music, Broadway, and dance.

Wang Theatre
  • 270 Tremont Street
    Boston, MA 02116
  • Capacity 3500

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