Taj Mahal with Gaby Moreno
Felton Member Presale: Wed, 3/31 @ 10am PT
General On-Sale: Fri, 4/2 @ 10am PT
Doors 3pm // Show 5pm // ALL AGES
This is a socially distant pod show.
1. All pods are asked to show up together before entering
2. Parking is available for purchase. All pods must show up in one vehicle. One parking space per pod is available.
3. Until you're in your pod, masks must be worn at all times.
4. Temperatures will be taken when entering the venue.
5. Masks are required when entering & leaving the venue grounds.
6. Each pod will be 6 feet apart.
7. Hand sanitizer will be readily available on site.
8. Small chair*/blanket allowed.
*Low profile chairs will be permitted at the event. Please note that chair backs must be no higher than 28" and chair legs must be no higher than 8" to help ensure that all guests have the best view of the stage possible! Lawn blankets are welcome and highly encourage.Please use the interactive map above to select seats for your group of 2 or 6.
Tier 1: 6 Person Pods (in the 1st 2 rows) - $588 ($98/ticket)
Tier 2: 6 Person Pods - $294 ($49/ticket)
Tier 3: 2 Person Pods - $196 ($98/ticket)
Tier 4: 6 Person Pods - $234 ($39/ticket)
Tier 5: 2 Person Pods - $158 ($79/ticket)
Felton Music Hall Presents:
“The blues is bigger than most people think,” Taj Mahal says. “You could hear Mozartplay the blues. It might be more like a lament. It might be more melancholy. But I’mgoing to tell you: the blues is in there.”
Taj is a towering musical figure -- a legend who transcended the blues not by leavingthem behind, but by revealing their magnificent scope to the world. Quantifying the 77-year-old’s significance is impossible, but people try anyway. A 2017 Grammy win for TajMo, Taj’s collaboration with Keb’ Mo’, brought his Grammy tally to three wins and14 nominations, and underscored his undiminished relevance more than 50 years afterhis solo debut. Blues Hall of Fame membership, a Lifetime Achievement Award from theAmericana Music Association, and other honors punctuate his résumé. Taj appreciatesthe accolades, but his motivation lies elsewhere. “I just want to be able to make themusic that I’m hearing come to me -- and that’s what I did,” Taj says. “When I say, ‘I did,’I’m not coming from the ego. The music comes from somewhere. You’re just the conduitit comes through. You’re there to receive the gift.”
with GABY MORENO
Born and raised in Guatemala, Gaby Moreno grew up inspired by artists such as EllaFitzgerald, Nina Simone, and Aretha Franklin. She immersed herself in blues, R&B and souland learned to speak English by singing.
Her original blend of jazz, soul, blues and 1960s rock has earned her the respect andappreciation of audiences in Latin America, Europe and U.S. In 2013, she received a LatinGRAMMY for Best New Artist. Previously in 2006, she won the Grand Prize at the JohnLennon Songwriting Contest. Moreno also co-wrote the theme song for NBC's "Parks andRecreation" earning her an Emmy nomination.
Gaby Moreno has toured across the globe alongside artists like Tracy Chapman, AniDiFranco, Ricardo Arjona, Van Dyke Parks, The Punch Brothers and Calexico. Gabyreleased her latest album “Spangled” in October 2019 on Nonesuch Records.