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3rd Annual Nolafunk Summer Jazzfest featuring Little Feat at The Beekman Beer Garden
TICKETS - $40 (general admission) | $45 day of show | Limited VIP Tix: $170
OR BY CALLING 1-866-468-7619
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 7:00PM
Head down the The Beekman Beer Garden for the 3rd Annual Nolafunk Summer Jazzfest featuring Little Feat on Wednesday, August 22, 2012!
Don’t miss this legendary rock n’ roll band, now four decades strong!
Doors open at 5:30pm | Showtime 7pm | Must be 21 & over
Accessible by the A,C,J,M,2,3,4,5 trains at Fulton Street, the Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club is located at 89 South Street at the foot of Beekman Street and South Street behind the Fulton Fish Market on the north side of Pier 17.
A VERY LIMITED NUMBER OF VIP TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE!!!
Only 40 VIP Tickets Available @ $170/each
Your exclusive VIP Ticket includes: Exclusive backstage party area with food & beer all night, premium VIP viewing area for show (next to stage).
You MUST be age 21+ to attend this show.
ABOUT LITTLE FEAT
For four decades,Little Feat has been billed as one of the best live rock n’ roll bands ever. They also remain one of the most active. Little Feat is Paul Barrere, guitar and vocals; Bill Payne, keyboards and vocals; Fred Tackett, guitar/mandolin/trumpet and vocals; Richie Hayward, drums and vocals; Kenny Gradney, bass; and Sam Clayton, congas and vocals.
Since the band was formed by Lowell George in 1969, Little Feat has always has been well received by fans and critics. But for most of its existence, the band has never been exactly mainstream. Nonetheless, Little Feat has survived and thrived under the radar because its music is important, influential and has tremendous multigenerational magnetism.
The band’s lasting appeal among fellow musicians – both individually and collectively – also is unmistakable. They are pros’ pros and have collaborated with icons such as Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Plant, and John Lee Hooker. They also have toured or worked on albums individually with the Doobie Brothers, Pink Floyd, the Allman Brothers and Ringo Starr.