This Performance Has Been Cancelled
The Performing Arts Center is following Kent State University’s coronavirus (COVID-19) preventative and proactive actions by postponing or rescheduling all events through April 12. We are following recommendations from state health authorities to limit large gatherings and practice social distancing to slow transmission of the virus. We take these steps to ensure the health and safety of our patrons and to be proactive in an effort to prevent illness.
A full refund will be issued to all ticket holders.
Kent State University will continue to monitor the outbreak and will align its recommendations with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization and other city, state and federal agencies.
For more information, visit Kent State’s coronavirus information page: https://www.kent.edu/coronavirus
Pam Temple and Spencer Funk are Wild Carrot. This Cincinnati-based, award-winning group has what it takes to please all types of folk music fans. Rooted in traditional American music, their repertoire branches in diverse directions: from original tunes to swing, blues and traditional songs, using guitar, mandolin, dulcimer, concertina and vocals.
Wild Carrot's entertaining and moving performances have something for everyone. Their performances have often been described as "honest, soothing, uplifting and fun all at the same time", moving an audience from laughter to tears and back again in a way that makes the listener feel like they're in a conversation with old friends. All of this adds up to a performance that's been described as "seamless", "life-sized complex, subtle and powerful" and "a joy."
This Performance is part of the Cabaret Series.
The Cabaret Series brings outstanding performers and audience members together onstage for a special evening of great food and exceptional entertainment. Share an evening with one hundred fellow audience members as you are seated onstage in an intimate performance setting and enjoy a three-course catered meal as part of your ticket price. Seating for dinner begins at 6:30 p.m.; entertainment begins at 7:30 p.m.