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Great Big Sea

Date/Time

Nov 23, 2013
08:00 PM

Description

Few bands last more than an album or two — a few tours, a song played on the radio and then they’re quickly forgotten. Alan Doyle, Sean McCann and Bob Hallett have somehow managed to keep the dysfunctional-family-bar-room-brawl-student-art-project-musical-pirate-crew known as Great Big Sea going for two decades. And more often than not, they have done it with more than a bit of flair.

For the hundreds of thousands of fans who have sung, danced and celebrated with the band, Great Big Sea has been a constant factor in their own lives. While musical fashions have come and gone, Great Big Sea has maintained an unswerving commitment to their original ideals — a belief that a marriage of their own creativity and the joyous folk music of their home in Newfoundland would be an unbeatable combination.

Cost

$38 / $33

Location

View map Capitol Center for the Arts
44 S. Main Street
Concord, NH

Additional Information

Phone

(603) 225-1111

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