NVCS presents THE DYLAN REVUE (Live Stream)
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Tune in here for the live stream FRI 11/13 @ 8pm PT:
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11.13 Friday (Tribute)
Nectar & SolidSound Present:
NECTAR VIRTUAL CONCERT SERIES #98
THE DYLAN REVUE
"Pay What You Will" ($10 & up suggested)
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Net Proceeds from contributions go to:
Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County- https://blacklivesseattle.org/
& Nectar operational expenses during COVID lockdown
Your contributions are greatly appreciated!
Nectar Virtual Concert Series (NVCS) is produced using the pro venue sound, lights and stage at Nectar Lounge, an independent music venue forced to shut down in mid-March due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The artists perform in an empty venue with no actual audience and are instead filmed with multiple camera angles and broadcast out to a live virtual audience across various platforms. The live streams are presented at no cost, and fans are encouraged to "Pay-What-You-Will" with contributions supporting the artists, venue, and various nonprofit social causes. For more info and to tune in, please visit: https://www.nectarlounge.com/nectar-virtual-concert-series/
Streaming live via
412 N 36th St
THE DYLAN REVUE
In the summer of 1999, when Jack Knight found Highway 61 Revisited in a stack of discs piled in the back of a closet in his childhood home, Independence Day was just around the corner.
Taken by the density of Dylan’s lyrics and attracted by the troubadour's career, Jack set out across the United States performing in venues and bars eventually winding up in the Pacific Northwest.
In tribute to the great American storyteller, myth, and man of music, The Dylan Revue conjures a convincing rock’n’roll phantasm.
***Keeping performers and limited crew safe is the #1 priority and we have a series of ground rules that require strict adherence as prerequisite to proceeding with each of these performances. We limit the people in the building to the absolute minimum of essential workforce only and have measures in place to promote social distancing before, during, and after performances. Self-reporting and temperature taking is a mandatory request to ensure nobody is symptomatic. Musicians are encouraged to wear masks while not performing. We do sanitize equipment after each performance, and do not allow sharing of microphones. Hand sanitizer is available throughout and of course we encourage hand hygiene, while discouraging any/all contact between individuals, face touching, etc and prohibiting close contact between crew and performers.***