Singer-songwriter Josh Ritter is bringing his Royal City Band back to Cannery Ballroom on Feb. 27 for an evening of good music and all around good times. We’ve been raving about his latest album, Sermon on the Rocks, since it was released last October. If you missed out on seeing him play “Homecoming” or “Where The Night Goes” when he performed at Cannery during AmericanaFest, you better grab your tickets while you can.
There’s still a few tickets left available for $25, but we have another option if you’re wallet is feeling a little light. We’re giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky reader, so get ready to get down (sorry, couldn’t help it) and click below to enter for your chance to win!
JOSH RITTER AND THE ROYAL CITY BAND
For years, Josh Ritter has been known as an expert songwriter and storyteller. His 2013 album, The Beast In Its Tracks, was pulled from the darkness that surrounded him after a painful divorce. Three years later, he remerged with Sermon on the Rocks, which comes with a more hopeful attitude and a keen sense of spirituality. Even when he lyrically questions the establishment and voices unbridled emotion, Ritter eludes a sense of maturity and wisdom through every line that is impossible to shake. He’s sure to bring all of that power and intensity to the stage when he returns to the Cannery Ballroom stage later this month, and you won’t want to miss it.
ENTER TO WIN TICKETS
Enter to win tickets by filling out the form below. Must be 18+ to attend, per the show’s age restrictions. After you have entered, there will be the option to share this contest via social media. For each person that you refer to the contest, you will receive an additional entry. If you experience any trouble with the contest widget, or have any questions, feel free to email us at [email protected].
Winner will be announced Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 4 p.m. CST, and will receive one pair of tickets. Good luck!
Josh Ritter and the Royal City Band will perform Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Cannery Ballroom. The show is 18+, begins at at 8 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.), and tickets are available to purchase for $25.