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💙 Can’t wait to see you at our first 2021 Season Concert!!

GENEVA MUSIC FESTIVAL 2021 SEASON

< FIRST DECADE RETROSPECTIVE >
MAY 20 – JUNE 13, 2021

We are less than two weeks away from the start of our “First Decade Retrospective” season!!

The 2021 season will be kicked off with ATLYS performing at the Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion State Historic Park on May 20th. 

The following concerts also include a wonderful lineup of artists, including 2021 Grammy Award winner Dashon Burton, Henry Kramer (a 2019 Avery Fisher Career Grant winner), as well as Ani Kavafian, Clive Greensmith, Jinjoo Cho, Ettore Causa, and JP Jofre.
Also returning to the Festival are Michelle Cann, Hannah Collins, Kirsten Docter, Max Geissler, Eliot Heaton, La Voz de Tres, Eric Wong, and Esther Park. Aaron Lipp and the Slack Tones will join the Festival for the first time for a rockabilly and country swing concert on Memorial Day weekend. You can read the artists’ bios on our website.

We will also be posting on our social media accounts every day until the first concert day, highlighting all of our artists who will join us for this season. Follow us to learn more about each artist! 

As we navigate this time coming out of strict quarantine due to the COVID-19 virus, the safety of our musicians and audiences is our priority. We will be adhering to the safety and social distance protocols held by the Smith Opera House, the Sonnenberg Gardens, and Geneva On The Lake. 

If you plan on attending our concerts in-person, please bring the printed ticket receipt sent to your email after your purchase. This will act as your pass to get into the concert. This is a replacement for physical concert tickets that are normally picked up at the box office to maintain social distancing and limit physical contact at the venues.

We are also happy to announce that the outdoor venues are slowly increasing the seating limit as more people are getting vaccinated. Please follow our Facebook and Instagram pages for more updates!

For those who feel more comfortable watching the concerts from home, most of our events will be livestreamed on our website. Please visit our website to see which concerts are available virtually.

All tickets to each in-person concert or livestream are $25, and free for ages 18 and under.
We respectfully ask that you purchase a ticket for each person watching the livestream. 
Please also keep in mind that tickets will not be able to be purchased at the door for the in-person concerts.

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