Lincoln Amphitheatre adds an additional Amp Unplugged August Events

• Sunday summer series adds an August date with Americana duo Carolina Story

The Lincoln Amphitheatre will host an additional Amp Unplugged event in August with an intimate acoustic performance by Americana husband and wife duo Carolina Story perform on August 16. The performance begin at 5 p.m. central time and tickets are only $9.95 per general admission socially-distanced seat.

The Amp Unplugged series is presented by Kyana Woodstock and still has a very limited amount of tickets still available for the Sunday, July 12, performance by roots/Americana artist Adam Hood, and the Sunday, July 26, performance by Paul McDonald, a top ten finalist in the tenth season of the hit television series American Idol.  Tickets for these intimate, socially-distanced Amp Unplugged performances can be found at http://www.LincolnAmphitheatre.com. 

The Amp Unplugged series is an intimate, acoustic-oriented group of performances with limited seats/tickets spread out across a vast, fully-covered 1,500 capacity seating area to allow for plentiful social distancing opportunities.  The venue is uniquely position to accommodate for extreme social distancing across a fully-covered outdoor space while utilizing and complying with all CDC recommendations regarding disinfectant usage, allowable gathering sizes, and the use of PPE in appropriate places and by appropriate personnel to provide a safe space guests.

Carolina Story, made up of husband and wife duo Ben and Emily Roberts, has crisscrossed the country for a decade, building a sprawling grassroots fanbase enamored with the pair’s smart, self-penned, harmony-laden Americana.  Their latest album, Lay Your Head Down—their first full length effort, was released by Black River Records.  The harmonizing duo has graced the Grand Ole Opry stage on numerous occasions and won over the harshest of critics.  For additional information about Carolina Story, visit their website http://www.carolinastory.com. 

Amp Unplugged performances will abide by all rules and recommendations from the CDC, as well as the guidelines of Indiana’s “Back on Track” plan for re-opening the state. For additional information about the Governor’s plan, visit http://www.backontrack.in.gov.  Onsite hand sanitizer will be provided courtesy of a partnership with Battle Monkey, a product of Monkey Hollow Winery & Distillery (www.monkeyhollowwinery.com).

Concessions, including beer and wine, will be available at all Amp Unplugged performances. 

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