This event has been cancelled.
International travel restrictions mean this gig will no longer be taking place. See below for a statement from the artists:
“With the heaviest of hearts we have made the extremely difficult decision to cancel the rest of our European tour dates. We were so much looking forward to getting to meet you and play our hearts out. Due to the current CDC and news reports about the potential reach of the virus, the growing calls to avoid social gatherings by governments and cancellations by establishments in order to keep the spread as low as humanly possible, and the quickly evaporating flights back home, it just doesn’t feel responsible to keep trucking on this tour.
There is nothing we’d rather do than share music with you and we’ll get back over as soon as possible to do so. This will be the first time either of us has cancelled more than one show and it breaks our hearts in two. Thank you for being willing to come spend time with us and for understanding this moment in time that requires putting communal health and safety first. All the love in the world as we make our way through this together,Anna & Jeffrey”
This decision does not affect any other events scheduled at The Met. Ticket holders will be contacted and issued a full refund. We hope to reschedule this gig later in 2020.
An evening with two acclaimed singer-songwriters from Portland, Oregon.
Earlier this year, Anna Tivel released her critically acclaimed album The Question on Fluff & Gravy Records. Rolling Stone, NPR, and Billboard all praised its songwriting and production. It was listed at #1 on Paste Magazine’s Ten Essential Folk (and Folk-Adjacent) Albums of 2019 and NPR called it “one of the most ambitious folk records of the year.” Tivel was also recently recognised with the ASCAP Foundation’s Sammy Cahn Award and the No Depression Singer Songwriter of The Year Award.
Touring on the strength of his most recent release One Go Around (Fluff & Gravy Records), Jeffrey Martin has built a loyal and enthusiastic fan base throughout the US and Europe. With rich lyrics that often present poetry as dark prose, Martin’s songs have drawn comparisons to literary giants William S. Burroughs and Cormac McCarthy.
This event has been rescheduled from 27 March.
Dates & Times
The Box @ The Met
£13 (inc fee)
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