Ken Block and Drew Copeland of Sister Hazel
Ken Block and Drew Copeland of Sister Hazel is an American alternative rock band from Gainesville, Florida, whose style blends elements of jangle pop, folk rock, classic rock and southern rock. Ruth Eckerd Hall presents platinum recording artists, Ken Block and Drew Copeland of Sister Hazel live in the Kate Tiedemann and Ellen Cotton Cabaret Theatre at Ruth Eckerd Hall. The concert series kicks-off on Friday, September 4 at 7:30 pm and continues Saturday, September 5 and Sunday, September 6 at 7:30 pm. Reservations may only be made online at www.rutheckerdhall.com
Ken Block and Drew Copeland, best known as two of the five members of the platinum-selling rock band Sister Hazel, return to Clearwater for an intimate night of storytelling and songs, including performances of Sister Hazel favorites, a few “B-sides”, deep cuts and new material that writers have called “some of the freshest new music to come out of Music City”.
For more information on current safety guidelines and to a table, please visit www.rutheckerdhall.com
A table reservation is required. A table costs $160 which includes admission to the purchaser and up to three guests, a charcuterie tray and tableside service. A limited number of VIP tables will also be available and are priced at $260, which includes an up-front reserved table for four, a charcuterie tray, tableside service, and an exclusive event tee shirt (a limit of four tee shirts per table). Food and beverages will be available for purchase exclusively via tableside service. Single or standing admission is not available; tables are separated by a minimum of 6 feet. Advance purchase is highly recommended due to limited capacity. To make a reservation and for more information, please visit at www.rutheckerdhall.com
Ruth Eckerd Hall will continue to follow state recommendations for re-opening Florida. The following protocols are currently in place:
· Face masks are REQUIRED for entry into the facility.
Face masks are available at the door upon request.
· Our facility will be deep sanitized before your arrival.
· Hand sanitizer stations are readily available.
If you are in need of an attendant with cleaning supplies, please ask a staff member.
· Please cooperate with all social distancing measures in place on the day of the event.
· If you suspect you are ill or reside with someone who is ill with flu-like symptoms,
we ask you to exchange for a future show.
While we are committed to providing a clean and safe environment, it is impossible to eliminate all health risks in any location so please use discretion. Staff members will be available day of show to answer any questions or concerns. For more information, including social safety guidelines, please visit www.rutheckerdhall.com.
More on Ruth Eckerd Hall:
Ruth Eckerd Hall, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, that manages and operates the City of Clearwater-owned 2,200-seat Ruth Eckerd Hall, the 200-seat Murray Theatre, the 250-capacity ballroom, the Margarete Heye Great Room, the Marcia P. Hoffman School of the Arts, the 750-seat Nancy and David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre and Ruth Eckerd Hall On The Road.
For the first time in the history of the performing arts center, Ruth Eckerd Hall was awarded a Top Workplaces 2020 honor by The Tampa Bay Times. In the most competitive category of small businesses (50 – 149 employees), Ruth Eckerd Hall was ranked #39 and was the only entertainment venue to make the list. Our mission is: Changing lives through the performing arts.
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