Runaway Symphony comes “From Out of the Woodwork” to play old favorites and new as Bonners Ferry fans celebrate their long-awaited return to the Pearl Theater on Feb. 24 at 7 p.m.
Audiences have requested the band’s return since their first performance, so fans are pleased to see them together again after more than a year apart…hence the name of the show. They’ve created quite a following, so they’re traveling from Moscow to Seattle for upcoming shows, and The Pearl is proud to welcome them back to their stage.
Daniel Botkin calls the band’s latest work “no frills,” especially their most recent album, American Blood, which he calls “heartwrenchingly epic.” It takes listeners on a journey into a strange land with themes that explore “…the choice between finding your kingdom and finding your kindred spirits; between ruling your life alone or loving your neighbor; the choice between a crown and a crowd.”
To better understand Runaway Symphony’s hometown appeal, visit their website to hear the song that put Bonners Ferry on the map: runawaysymphony.com. Want to see more? Check out “Washed by the Water” on YouTube for a little different flavor.
Doors open at 6 p.m. for music lovers who hope to enjoy the Pearl Café. As always, the cafe offers light fare, Nora’s amazing desserts, and your choice of either adult or soft beverages throughout the show. Ticket sales are available at Mountain Mike’s and Bonners Books; call or check out their website for online sales: thepearltheater.org.
The Pearl Theater is a non-profit organization, dedicated to fostering the performing arts throughout Boundary County. For more information or for membership, please call 208-610-2846 or online: email@example.com.