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April 3, 4 & 5
The bohemian tradition is just as strong in Memphis as the city’s series of international hits. The popularity of Sun, Stax, Elvis, and Al Green doesn’t diminish the influence of the blues, Jim Dickinson, and Alex Chilton. The bridge between the shadows and the spotlight has become the heart of Lucero: Unafraid to mix pop with their anti-pop, they always charge into new territory. As punks, Lucero were masters of restraint, with country music beer stains dribbled down the front of their shirts. As whiskey-soaked bohemians, they didn’t shy from sweeping Americana tableaus. And then they added an accordion. Learn more about Lucero >
Starting at $239 per night, the Lucero Roadie Package includes one-night stay, a voucher for two for breakfast in the Pond Cafe or lunch in the Aurora restaurant plus two tickets to the show on Thursday, April 3, Friday, April 4 or Saturday, April 5.
Reservation Info: Based on double occupancy. Subject to availability, taxes and fees. Must be 21 years of age to book this package.
Dates Available: 04/3/2014 through 04/5/2014