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Indigo Girls | Beak & Skiff

June 25 @ 7:00 pm - June 26 @ 10:00 pm

DSP Shows Presents:

The Indigo Girls
with special guest Lucy Wainwright Roche
Physically Distanced Pod Shows
June 25 & 26 at 7pm
Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards | LaFayette, NY

**BEAK & SKIFF 2021 POD CONCERT PROTOCOLS**

Below is some very important information about our unique venue. Please read all of it to ensure that you are aware of our procedures and the timeline for the evening.

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**SCHEDULE**

3:30pm – Parking lot, box office, and Beak & Skiff main campus opens
5:00pm – Concert area opens
7:00pm – Show starts

We strongly recommend arriving between 3:30 and 5pm for ease of entry and to take advantage of the food and drinks available at the 1911 Tasting Room & Tavern, Food & Beverage Tents, and the Beak & Skiff General Store! Our Tasting Room will stay open until 11pm.

**Times are subject to change**

**TICKETS**

– Please direct any ticketing questions to info@dspshows.com or (607) 280-2900
– To expedite entry, please have your tickets ready upon arrival (pulled up on your phone or printed is fine, as long as we can scan a barcode).
– All guests sharing a Pod must enter the venue at the same time.

**PARKING**

– FREE parking is available on-site and is scheduled to open to the public at 3:30pm.
– ADA/Handicap parking is available on site, please notify a parking attendant upon your arrival.
– There is no need to pay for parking and no satellite lots are being used. All parking is FREE and available at Beak & Skiff.
– RV’s of any kind ARE NOT allowed in any event parking areas.
– No tailgating will be permitted, we encourage you to enjoy Beak & Skiff’s food and drink options in the main campus and venue.
– DO NOT park on the side of the road or walk to Beak & Skiff. Please stay in your vehicle while waiting to enter the parking area.
– There will be a designated rideshare drop-off area.

**COVID PROTOCOLS**

**Subject to change due to updated guidelines from state and local health authorities.**

– Per CDC recommendations and State regulations, unvaccinated patrons are required to wear a mask. Masks are optional for fully vaccinated guests.
– Please be respectful of our staff and your fellow concert goers. Anyone caught being abusive to any of our staff or guests will be removed from the property, no exceptions.

**OTHER VENUE INFO**

– 21+ bracelets will be provided upon entry. Customers must show bracelets to purchase alcoholic beverages.
– Chairs and blankets allowed and encouraged! Some pods may be located on dirt or gravel areas so please bring your own chairs and blankets to ensure a comfortable evening.
– Our staff and volunteers are very friendly. Please do not hesitate to ask if you need help. Our security personnel are highly trained and there are EMTs on site for your assistance.
– Beak & Skiff is an outdoor venue and our events are RAIN OR SHINE. Please plan for the weather. However, the safety of the artist, fans and staff comes first. If severe weather threatens the area, we will evacuate the premises until such a time when it is safe for the show to continue.
-Re-entry is not permitted.
– Smoking is not permitted.
– ADA accessible restrooms are available in multiple locations.
– Cashless systems are preferred; please use credit or debit cards whenever possible.
– The night’s performers will be selling merchandise.
– Beak & Skiff will have plentiful food options available.
– No outside food or beverage will be permitted.
– No alcohol may be consumed by persons less than 21 years of age. Non-adherence will result in removal from event grounds.
– No pets, except for service animals.
-No camping/overnight accommodations will be permitted.
– Please do not bring any weapons, explosives, glass, or illicit substances into the concert area.
– No aerosols are permitted (such as aerosol bug repellant or sunscreen).
– No cameras or audio/video equipment permitted.
– Please be respectful of our staff and your fellow concert goers. Anyone caught being abusive to any of our staff or guests will be removed from the property, no exceptions.
– Our staff reserves the right to cut off alcohol service to any individual that appears to be intoxicated. This is at the discretion of the servers.
– Only vendors licensed with Beak & Skiff and with NYS are allowed to set up and sell on-site, no exceptions.
– Beak & Skiff closes to the public at 3pm on show days.

The Indigo Girls
https://www.indigogirls.com

Amy Ray and Emily Saliers are Indigo Girls. Rolling Stone describes them as the “ideal duet partners. Their voices soar and swoop as one, alternately raucous and soothing. When they sing together, they radiate a sense of shared purpose that adds muscle to their lanky, deeply felt folk-tinged pop songs”. Together they write, arrange, record and perform music which over the course of twenty five years has become a vital part of the lives of their legion of devoted fans around the world, informing and rewarding them day to day.

With twelve original studio albums, three live records, various Greatest Hits compilations, a Rarities and a Christmas record to their credit, the iconic duo continues to challenge itself creatively, over and over again, adding to a body of work that contains such contemporary classic songs as Galileo, Shame on You, Closer To Fine, Kid Fears, Love of Our Lives, Making Promises, Get out the Map, Moment of Forgiveness, Least Complicated and Go. After numerous Grammy nominations and awards and gold and platinum certifications and decades of touring in clubs, arenas and everything in between, Indigo Girls remain active and relevant, always viewing their music as a fresh opportunity for exploration and discovery. “We really work hard to not lean on any tried and true path in making our albums,” says Ray. “So when it comes to writing new songs and working and performing with different musicians, every record and every tour feels like a completely different adventure for us.

Amy and Emily first met as fifth and sixth-graders in Decatur, Georgia and began singing together during high school. Originally billed as Saliers & Ray, the pair adopted the name Indigo Girls during their undergraduate days at Atlanta’s Emory University. The Indigos were attending classes by day and performing as an acoustic duo in local clubs by night when they made their first stab at recording in 1985 with the single Crazy Game / Everybody’s Waiting (for Someone To Come Home) which they issued on their own label, followed by an EP and in 1987, their first full length LP, Strange Fire, produced by John Keane.

In 1988, the big-time beckoned Indigo Girls. Signed to Epic Records and EMI Music, they recorded Indigo Girls with producer Scott Litt at Ocean Way Studios in L.A. With Amy and Emily on vocals and acoustic guitars, Indigo Girls featured contributions from REM, Hothouse Flowers and Luka Bloom. The record was released in 1989 (the Boston Globe stated “The Indigo Girls have simply made the best debut album so far this year”) and the Indigo Girls began criss-crossing the country on tour (a process that has continued without pause throughout their career) headlining or supporting the likes of REM, Neil Young and the Violent Femmes.

Decades into their career, the Indigo Girls still amaze conventional pundits with their ability to grow and thrive no matter what the state of the music industry is at any given point. The duo’s constant touring, as well as staunch dedication to a number of social and environmental causes, has earned them a fervidly devoted following over the years. So many artists who launched their careers in the late 1980s have slipped from our collective memory. In contrast, the Indigo Girls stand tall, having earned the lasting respect and devotion of a multi-generational audience which continues to experience their creative evolution in the studio and on stage. The adventure may take the form of an adrenaline-fueled live CD or a warm reflective holiday album or a collection of songs that can veer from the raucous to intimate in the blink of an eye. No matter where their creative journey takes them, they hold out a hand to their listeners and we get to feel it all.

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Start:
June 25 @ 7:00 pm
End:
June 26 @ 10:00 pm
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Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards
2708 Lords Hill Rd
LaFayette, NY 13084 US
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