AND THE 400 UNIT
w/ Brittney Spencer
PRICES $69.50 - $125
There are updated health and safety requirements that apply to this concert.
COVID SAFETY POLICY
With the number of COVID-19 cases rising due to the Delta Variant, all attendees of this event must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. In attending the event you certify and attest that you and all individuals in your party attending the event:
- Are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (at least two weeks after final dose, NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 23).
- Will provide proof of vaccination; i.e. original vaccination card, copy of vaccination card, picture of vaccination card. Name on proof of vaccination must match name on ID.
for info on receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.
All patrons 16 years and older must be vaccinated to attend.
We are not accepting negative PCR or Antigen test results for entry.
*There can be medical exceptions with a note from a doctor.
*Children under 16 will be required to wear a mask regardless of Shelby County Health Directive guidance which currently requires all attendees to wear a mask.
What happens after an artist has achieved his dreams? That was the major question Jason Isbell was asking himself leading up to the creation of his newest album, Reunions, recorded with the 400 Unit and produced by celebrated producer Dave Cobb. After all, four-time Grammy winner Isbell is at the top of his game. He is widely acclaimed as one of our best songwriters and possesses a devoted audience who have pushed his last two albums to the tops of the charts.
“Success is a very nice problem to have but I think ‘how do I get through it and not lose what made me good in the first place?’” he says. “A lot of these songs and the overall concept of this album is how do I progress as an artist and a human being and still keep that same hunger that I had when I wasn’t quite so far along in either respect.”
Isbell’s solution: to go back in time with his hard-gained knowledge. The result is a seamless collection of ten new songs that delve into relationships with lovers, friends, children, parents, and one’s self. There are rousing anthems that will have stadiums singing along, lyrical standouts that highlight some of Isbell’s best writing to date, moving looks at youth and childhood, a deep dive into the challenges of relationships, and deeply personal songs about alcoholism and parenthood. All of them offer us an artist at the height of his powers and a band fully charged with creativity and confidence.