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PineCone's Lakeside Bluegrass Series featuring Gina Furtado Project

About

Fronted by banjoist, singer and songwriter Gina Furtado, the Gina Furtado Project lays heavy emphasis on catchy, relatable, original material that spans the gamut from bluegrass to swing to gypsy jazz and beyond. With two IBMA nominations for Banjo Player of the Year to show for it, Gina has been quickly earning recognition as one of the most innovative banjoists on the scene today. Joining Gina is a cast of equally compelling and creative musicians: Max Johnson on bass (Molly Tuttle Band, Jacob Joliff Band, Jeff Austin Band); Drew Matulich on guitar (Billy Strings); Malia Furtado on fiddle (Director of Education at the Front Porch Music School). No Depression hails them to be “fun, energetic, riveting.”

PineCone's Lakeside Bluegrass Series will take place Sun. evenings June 6-27 and feature local and regional talent from 6-8pm. 

This series will feature reserved table seating in Gold Circle and on the Crescent Deck, all lawn seating will be general admission so please don't crowd your neighbor.

Prices:

 

Reserved Gold Circle Tables: Located in front of the stage, 6 seat tables ($45 per table*) & 4 seat pub tables ($30 per table*).

 

GA Lawn: $5.00 per ticket (no lawn pods).

 

Reserved Crescent Deck Tables: 6 seat tables ($30 per table*) & 4 seat pub tables ($20 per table*).

 

*plus fees

 

Venue owned parking lots offer free parking and are filled on a first come first serve basis.

  • Gates open at 5:00PM
  • Music from 6:00-8:00PM

Due to COVID safety protocol our seating arrangement & some venue policies have changed.  Please read the information listed in the drop-down menus below to review before you come.  For the Health & Safety of all guests & staff please read carefully.

Guidance from the Governor’s office regarding outdoor venues remains the same, face masks are still required at Koka Booth Amphitheatre per this order.