If you are coming our annual stomp with Elliott Brood Saturday, October 29 here’s what you need to know:
Doors open at 7 p.m. Jill and Lisa will be at the door to greet you. Please know the name on your tickets or have a copy with you to ensure easy check in.
Bryce Clifford and Brother Superior will be warming up the crowd around 8 p.m.
Elliott Brood will hit the stage around 9 p.m.
Food is available – VPRIAS FOODS will be with us serving pakoras, samosas and a paneer curry for sale – cash only please.
Remember to bring your beer mug. Avening Hall is working towards zero waste and we have eliminated plastic beer cups. Bring your Avening Hall mug or other favourite drinking vessel. We will have lots of our great enamel mugs for sale for only $5 each if you forget.
Tina, Ed and the bar crew will be pouring 355 mls of Creemore Springs beer or cider or 5 oz of wine for $6 per serving.
BRING CASH – there are no ATMS in Avening.
The Avening Hall Board is actively fundraising for facility upgrades. To learn more about how you can donate CLICK HERE.
If you have any question contact firstname.lastname@example.org – call or text day of at 705-888-5139.
See you soon!
From the mountains of Utah to the trenches of Vimy Ridge, Elliott BROOD’s songs have travelled the gore and glory of history in equal measure for nearly a decade. With the stomp and thrash of their early albums, Elliott BROOD carved their niche drawing from the darker corners of history and memory. As heavy and harrowing the past can be, for Elliott BROOD, it is also a generous companion, giving the gift of appreciation for times of peace and grace. With Keeper, Elliott BROOD’s seventh album, the trio deals with the past in more personal terms. The title, which speaks to loyalty and longevity, sets the tone for an album that explores the strength of conviction, and how that strength is tested, again and again, over time. Thoughts of worthiness and dedication, and their emotional flip sides, inform a collection that sees the band exploring those battlefields much closer to home. For the first taste of Keeper, a bright acoustic intro bursts into the buoyant, carefree chorus of “Stay Out,” a song about when and why we find our ways home. Mixed by Ryan Hadlock (TheLumineers), “Stay Out” is all blue sky and sunshine even while it revels in the night. The song weighs the fleeting elation of recklessness against the deeper ties that bind. The subject of family relationships, the push and pull of gratitude and conflict, reappears in more complicated forms with “Full of Wires,” a song about not leaving things unsaid, and “A Month of Sundays,” the fallout after too much is said. Keeper is especially focused on enduring, complex, long-term relationships, those into which we are born, those in which we grow older. With dips into 50s slapback throwback in “No Way Out,” the metallic edges of “Bird Dog,” one of two songs mixed by Tool/ Johnny Cash producer Sylvia Massy, and the splashes of synth on “The Coast,” Elliott BROOD continue to expand their sound beyond their acoustic origins. Keeper, created during mini writing and recording retreats while hopping across the summer festival circuit, marks another satisfying chapter in the ongoing evolution of Elliott BROOD. From the Polaris Music Prize short listed breakout album Mountain Meadows to the JUNO Award winning Days Into Years, the well-traveled trio of Mark Sasso, Casey Laforet and Stephen Pitkin have created a body of work that is at once meticulous and boisterous, substantial and entertaining.
Tickets also available in person at the Creemore Echo Newsstand – 3 Caroline St. W. Creemore – pay cash and no service fees will apply.
For more info contact email@example.com 705-466-9906.