The mellow yellow singer-songwriter, "The Hurdy Gurdy Man," poet and Irish icon of the '60s, Donovan, will bring his Sunshine Superman 50th Anniversary Tour to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts on September 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the intimate Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater.
Often pitted against a certain American singer-songwriter by the name of Dylan, the single-monikered musician and writer of such smooth groovers as "Mellow Yellow," "The Season of the Witch," "Atlantis" and "Catch the Wind" is sure to delight the heads with his trippy, hippy ditties in this continuation of the Tobin's Studio Sessions series.
Tickets for the concert will go on sale Friday, April 8th at 10 a.m. They can be purchased online at tobincenter.org, via phone (210) 223-8624 and at the Tobin Center Box Office (100 Auditorium Circle). General admission tickets are $54.50 and tickets for special reserved seating, in the first two rows, are $100.
The former lead guitarist of retro-rock outfit The Black Crowes (who you may remember for their cover of Otis Redding's seemingly un-coverable "Hard to Handle") is scheduled to play the casual 295-seater Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater, in which the Tobin offers visitors an up-close-and-personal experience with some of the legends of music, past and present, on Sunday, September 25
The concert will take place at 8 p.m. and tickets go on sale Friday, April 8 at 10 a.m. Tickets can be purchased here, via phone (210) 223-8624 and in-person at the Tobin Center Box Office (100 Auditorium Circle). General admission tickets are $36.50 and tickets for special reserved seating in the first two rows, which include meet and greet, are $80.
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