Event Information
Canceled - Bonnie Prince Billy & Matt Sweeney
"Superwolves" with Emmett Kelly
Date TBD
$20 - $35 Reserved Seating + Fees

6:30pm Lobby Opens

7:00pm Seating Begins


Ticketing:

 - $35 Reserved Seating

 - $20 Student Reserved Seating (w/ current ID)


Friends of the Englert could order tickets early!

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Event Pricing
Zone 1 Reserved Seating - $35.00
Zone 1 Student/ Reserved - $20.00

 
Ticket Selection
 
Ticket Availability
Canceled

Ticket Sales Are Stopped

This event has been canceled. We can help answer any questions you may have.

Email us at info@englert.org or give a call at 319-688-2653. Thank you!

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Bonnie "Prince" Billy

The man who acts under the name Will Oldham and sings and composes under the name Bonnie "Prince"Billy has, over the past quarter-century, made an idiosyncratic journey through, and an indelible mark on, the worlds of indie rock and independent cinema. With his highly individualistic approach to music making and the music industry, one that cherishes intimacy, community, mystery, and spontaneity; his brilliance has captivated fans and made Bonny one of our most influential and beloved songsmiths. With a career spanning nearly three decades, Bonnie "Prince" Billy's latest offerings include the 2019's I Made A Place and the recently released Superwolves, a collaborative album with Matt Sweeney

 

Jonathan Richman

“Rhymes worthy of Ogden Nash.” – The New York Times

 

“Richman didn’t need much else besides a beat to work his magic.” – New York Daily News

 

“Richman is one of America’s most unique and dynamic songwriters…”

 

“Buy tickets early. Buy tickets often. This is just good general life advice, but even more so when you’re talking about Jonathan Richman. Don’t get denied at the door, don’t leave things up to chance: You will regret it.”

 

“Let Jonathan cast his spell.”

 

“Richman has spent decades removing barriers between himself and his audience, cultivating an intimacy that is almost extinct in modern music.” – Nashville Scene