Photo by Les Kippel
Terrapin Crossroads has announced a socially-distanced tribute concert honoring the work of Robert Hunter. The show has been dubbed ‘All The Years Combined: A Tribute to Robert Hunter.’ It will take place tonight, Oct. 15, beginning at 5 p.m. PT. The show will feature Terrapin Crossroads regulars Jason Crosby, Stu Allen and Scott Law.
“It’s been a year since Robert Hunter left us, but his songs still fill the air and fill us with love and joy. Join us for a special evening paying tribute to his music!” wrote the venue in an announcement email.
We realize we’re not yet through the pandemic and are taking health risks very seriously,” continued the email. “We ask you to please read all safety protocols and instructions at the time of ticket purchase, and ALWAYS keep your mask on.”
See below for the safety protocols. Click here to purchase tickets.
The parking lot will open at 4:30pm and a Parking Attendant will be at the entrance of the parking to check you in. Your Square will be taped on the ground with two chairs. We ask that you remain in your taped zone unless you need to use the restroom or the bar.
You must keep your mask on AT ALL TIMES! If you are reminded more than once to put your mask back on, you will be asked to leave without a refund. If you are standing, going to the bar, or going to the bathroom, your face mask MUST BE ON. Food and drink must be consumed while seated. Masks may be pulled down to eat and drink, but must immediately be put back on as required by the Health Officer Order for Face Coverings. You must always remain 6 feet away while waiting in line to enter the venue, the bathroom, and at the bar.
We want to continue bringing you live music, but we can only do this with your full cooperation!