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My Morning Jacket

with The Districts

“My Morning Jacket…The new kings of expand-your-mind, religious-experience rock…” — The New York Times

From psychedelic to soul to classic rock and roll, My Morning Jacket’s range remains steadfast throughout the band’s sixteen years. The Louisville quintet released the first of 7 albums in 1999 with its last three, 2008’s Evil Urges, 2011’s Circuital, and 2015’s The Waterfall, each receiving Grammy nominations — the latter debuting at number 5 on the Billboard 200 chart. The Waterfall, recorded at northern California’s Stinson Beach, is steeped in the spirit of where it was crafted. The band features Jim James (singer/songwriter, guitar), Tom Blankenship (bass), Patrick Hallahan (drums), Carl Broemel (guitar, pedal steel, saxophone, vox), and Bo Koster (keyboards, vox). Known as one of the most engaging, eclectic, and electric bands, in no small part due to Jim James’ otherworldly vocals, they’ve become legendary for their live performances.

All My Morning Jacket tickets holders receive $10 off gallery admission on Saturday (open 10am-7pm) or Sunday (open 10am-6pm).

What to Expect

A parking map is available here and has many options for parking, food, drinks, and shopping in town.

The Schedule

9am – 1pm
Farmers Market (across the street from the museum)
10am
Museum Galleries + Box Office open (bring your ID)
2pm
Free concert at Colegrove Park in downtown North Adams
6pm
Gates open
7pm
Museum galleries close
7:30pm
The Districts
My Morning Jacket

Things we like: sealed or empty water bottles (there will be lots of taps for filling), blankets, strollers, camp-style folding chairs, certified service animals, your valid ID (if you want to drink)
Things we don’t like: glass of any sort, coolers, alcohol (full, fairly priced bars are available throughout campus), taking off your wristband, pets, glow-sticks, flash photography, tripods, detachable camera lenses over 120mm
Discouraged: large bags, backpacks, umbrellas
Per the artist’s request, please refrain from taking videos.
There will be an ADA viewing area located next to the front-of-house sound tent. Please email jtibbetts@massmoca.org if we can help you with accessibility or seating concerns.
A reminder for the museum galleries: To protect delicate art, strollers, umbrellas, folding chairs, large bags/backpacks, and dinosaurs are not allowed in the galleries. Please leave valuables and dinosaurs in your locked car.

My Morning Jacket happens rain or shine. Tickets are non-refundable.

Food + Drink

Ahli Baba’s Kabob Shop: falafel, pitas, and Middle Eastern delights
Bright Ideas Brewing: eclectic brews and eats on MASS MoCA’s campus
Desperados: North Adams Tex-Mex
Eat to Total Health: vegetarian and vegan salads and wraps
Gramercy Bistro: French-inspired cuisine + modern fare on campus
Gunther’s Sausage Wagon: authentic German bratwurst
Lickety Split: pulled pork, burgers, veggie burgers, coffee, ice cream
Mad Jack’s BBQ: authentic, Southern-style BBQ
Spice Root: Indian dinner combos
Pera Bistro: healthy and fresh Mediterranean fare
Fatboy’s: hot dogs and sausages

$1 per ticket donated to charity

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