- Saturday, July 27, 8pm
- $18 Students + Advance
$28 Day Of
- Dré Pavilion or Club B10
The Nashville-based Adia Victoria treats the blues like a matter of life and death for her — as NPR put it, she’s “redefining what it means to be a Southern blueswoman — that’s a wily, radical and thoroughly contemporary role.” Or, as Victoria tells The New York Times, “I want to make the blues dangerous again.” We’re throwing caution to the wind for this one.
What to Expect
Have dinner and drinks on MASS MoCA’s campus or in downtown North Adams before the show, then enjoy a drink at our bar, well-stocked with Bright Ideas Brewing beers and Berkshire Mountain Distillery spirits. All preferred ticket holders receive free museum admission on the day of, or day after, the show. MASS MoCA strives to provide the best possible experience for all our visitors, for information about accessibility at ticketed events click here.
Sponsored by the Hans and Kate Morris Fund for New Music
Photo courtesy of the artist