Saturday, March 2 @ 8:00 pm$10 – $29
A Vermont-based American Roots band, Low Lily blends the drive of bluegrass traditions with the thoughtfulness of contemporary folk.
With the release of their new record ‘Angels in the Wreckage,’ the band brings their infectious sound to a new level. With the energy of fiddle music, the introspective quality of contemporary folk, the precision of bluegrass, and the drive of Americana, the members of Low Lily (Liz Simmons, Flynn Cohen, and Natalie Padilla) combine their individual talents into one stunning soundscape.
Low Lily has shared their signature sound with enthusiastic audiences throughout North America and the UK, garnering two #1 songs on international folk radio and two Independent Music Award wins. In 2018, the band released a full-length album with the two-time award-winning title track “10,000 Days Like These” and their original song “Hope Lingers On” (below), which has been sung by choirs around the world as an anthem for peace and justice.
Purchase Advance Tickets Online and By Phone
Tickets are $25 each plus a $4 convenience fee or $10 for Caltech students and anyone age 16 or younger without the fee. They are available online and by phone from the Caltech Ticket Office (626-395-4652). Ticket office hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays. Tickets are available, without a handling fee, by in-person purchase at the ticket office on the first floor of Caltech’s Keith Spalding Building, at 1200 East California Boulevard in Pasadena
Ticket Sales At the Door
Tickets might be available at the door the night of the concert. Sales at the door, if tickets remain available, will be by cash or check only, with no handling fee.
Free parking, including handicap parking, is available in the lot north of Beckman Auditorium, off Michigan Avenue just south of Del Mar Boulevard. This lot might fill up, especially if there are other events on campus that night. You can find additional parking for our shows in two parking structures on Wilson Avenue in the first block south of Del Mar. On weekends and after 6 p.m., parking is allowed even in spaces labeled with individual names. On this Caltech campus map, Beckman Auditorium is #91, Beckman Institute is #74 and the parking structures are #123 and #124. Also, street parking is available along Wilson Avenue and some other nearby streets.