Juliana Hatfield


You'd be hard pressed to find a "90s" rocker with a better body of post 90s work

Impressive Career from '90s Alt Rock to 2019's Weird Album Release
Why you should see this show…

Juliana Hatfield was a darling of the ’90s indie music scene, as she played with Blake Babies and The Lemonheads and created the hit edgy pop song, “My Sister.” Since those days, Hatfield has released a string of alternative albums full of distorted guitars and strong vocals. Her seventeenth studio album, Weird, explores both the confinement and liberty of solitude. “I often feel cut-off from other people, from my feelings, from technology, from popular culture,” Hatfield explains. Sunday, June 23 come on out and celebrate Hatfield’s impressive, enduring career.


Juliana Hatfield Bio
Fast on the heels of April 2018’s acclaimed Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John comes Juliana Hatfield’s new self-produced all-originals album Weird. Freda Love Smith (Blake Babies, Sunshine Boys) and Todd Philips (Lemonheads, The Juliana Hatfield Three) each played drums on multiple songs while Hatfield played all of the other instruments (and some additional drums).

Weird is an album about disconnection and discomfort. “I often feel cut-off from other people, from my feelings, from technology, from popular culture,” says Hatfield. “I feel weird, I feel like I’m dreaming my life and that I am going to wake up some day.” While Hatfield’s songs—melodies and lyrics and structures– are meticulously crafted, her guitar parts are loose and sometimes a little unhinged, first-take expressions of this temperamental uneasiness.

“Personally, I feel like a malfunctioning machine. There’s a screw or two loose. I want my guitar playing to reflect that.”



Bird Streets Bio
NPR Slingshot artist Bird Streets, the musical alias of John Brodeur, was born when Brodeur reached out to producer Jason Falkner (Beck, Jellyfish, The Grays) about recording some of his songs. The album yielded by this pairing is both fresh and familiar—a dynamic collection of introspective indie-rock and power-pop that draws liberally on the music of decades past without being bluntly nostalgic. The self-titled debut album, Bird Streets was released in August by the Los Angeles-based label Omnivore Recordings and received near-unanimous praise from both fans and critics, being named to numerous Best of 2018 lists. The debut single “Betting on the Sun” received nationwide airplay, including spins on KCRW, WXPN, and WFUV; and the live band has recorded sessions for Daytrotter, BreakThru Radio, and Iowa Public Radio. Brodeur had just announced the premiere of “Pretty Bones” the dark and dreamlike third video from his eponymous debut album.

Dining Option

Concert Hall – Our Concert Hall menu is fast to the table and allows you to dine right in your ticketed seat. So, there is no additional reservation required. The Concert Hall kitchen will be open through intermission. Table side beverage service will continue throughout the concert.


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