Information for this Event:
Note that advance proof of full Covid-19 vaccination is required for this event, and masks are also required inside Town Hall. If you have already submitted your proof of vaccination to Del Mar Foundation for a previous event, you do not need to re-submit; mark your registration form accordingly. To submit proof of vaccination: Send an image of your vax record to: email@example.com. If you were vaccinated in California, you can use the following site to generate a digital copy of your vaccination record for this purpose: myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov. Please submit your proof within 3 days of your ticket order. We will be unable to confirm vaccination proof at the door.
If you are interested in reserved seats, you can find the seating chart here, in the email announcement for this concert. Tier 1 seats are located in the first three rows; Tier 2 seats are in rows 4-6 plus other seats on the center aisle). Use the drop-down menu to purchase reserved seats in the Tier you prefer. You will receive an email from us confirming your purchase, with a chart showing available seats, allowing you to select your specific seats.
If you buy two tickets, we will need the name and vax proof for the person who will be using your 2nd ticket, and you can send that to us when you receive a confirmation email from Del Mar Foundation, which will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to buy additional tickets, do that in an additional transaction. Thanks!
First Thursdays subscriber? Before purchasing tickets for this Friday event, please note that Nefesh Mountain will be performing at First Thursdays the evening before, on January 6. This ticketed Friday show will be a slightly longer performance (two 45-minute sets with an intermission), but will be similar to the Thursday performance.
ABOUT NEFESH MOUNTAIN
Nefesh Mountain: Forging New Paths in Bluegrass
Eric Lindberg and Doni Zasloff, both native New Yorkers with a lifelong affinity for bluegrass, founded Nefesh Mountain in 2014 “Bluegrass and acoustic music have always spoken to us—something about the sound of acoustic instruments creates the perfect landscape for very truthful storytelling,” says Lindberg. Through the years, they’ve built a devoted following on the strength of that storytelling and their spirited live show.
If you’re a bluegrass fan, you’ve no doubt heard some of the gospel songs that are a core part of traditional bluegrass repertoire. With Nefesh Mountain, bluegrass and American roots music are shaped by Jewish heritage in a way that simultaneously expands and honors the bluegrass tradition.
“Nefesh Mountain is forging new paths in the grand ol’ world of bluegrass. Still taking a good bit of inspiration from the classics, the band is in uncharted territory in terms of turning bluegrass into an expressive, mulit-cultural celebration.” — American Songwriter
“Listening to Lindberg’s virtuosic banjo, Goldberg’s lively mandolin, Grubner’s exuberant fiddle, and Zasloff’s soaring vocals lifts spirits.”
— No Depression, The Journal of Roots Music