Date: February 29
Place: AAA Signs & Restoration
Time: Doors-6; Art Exhibit-6:30; Live Music-8
Playing live atop a 110-year old industrial elevator, local roadkill taxidermist and Idaho mountain curmudgeon Connor Jay Liess will be performing a solo set, followed by the roving songster and folklorist whose reputation is larger than his beard, David Henry.
Provisions & Seating
Your suggested donation will give you access to alcohol, food and coffee, all provided. Thanks to Handlebar Boise and Ezra Jackson for supplying the beer. Please bring your own chair, stool, or blanket to sit on. No pets. If you were born before 1930, your ticket is free.
Tickets are first come, first serve. Limited quantity. Contact either of the musicians, AAA Signs and Restoration, or Primal Coffee to obtain a ticket. Replying “Going” won’t get you in the door. Replying “Interested” definitely won’t get you in the door.