This past fall we toured full-band and it was amazing, from the sound to the rooms to the crowds. For this tour we’re going to strip it down. We won’t be going completely unplugged (Jenny’s electric mandolin sounds too good for that), but we will be playing with fewer instruments and people.
We’re calling this the Homemade Tour because Jenny’s going to be showcasing one of her finest abilities: baking homemade chocolate chip cookies; and we’re going to be playing in some intimate, homey spaces, in this case, actual homes. There’s something sweet and disarming about playing such places. It’s where we’ve met some of our closest friends. We want to invite people into that.
All tickets come with a copy of our newest album, Of This I’m Sure, and will be available for pickup at the show.
There will also be limited VIP experience tickets which include: early entry, Jenny’s homemade cookies, group Q&A with Jenny & Tyler before the show and an autographed poster.
Q. What is a house concert?
A house concert is just like it sounds: a concert in an individual’s home, usually the living room. We play indoors for about an hour to an hour and a half. It’s an intimate evening of stories and songs. Houses should seat between 40 (usually at least a 400 sq. ft room) and 80 (at least an 800 sq. ft room).
Q. How do I book a house show?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what you have in mind. We’ll see if we can work something out. Please send photos of your space!
Q. How much does a house show cost?
This depends on factors such as travel, availability, etc. Shoot us an email at email@example.com and we’ll talk.
Q. How will it be promoted?
Aside from you inviting your friends, family and neighbors, anyway you want (i.e. email, phone, text, cards in the mail, etc.), we’ll typically promote it to people on our email list who live nearby, using the zip code to help folks know how far they’ll have to travel, and give out the address according to your instructions. For some that means having the address posted on our website, for others, only letting ticket holders know.
Q. Do you sell tickets for house concerts?
Yes, quite often, though some concerts are supported by suggested donations. We sell tickets at through Event Brite.
Q. Can tickets be refunded?
Yes, but not if it’s within 5 days of the performance date. How do I get a refund? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. Is there a dress code?
Not really. Most people dress casually, not too casually though. I don’t think we’ve played to anyone in their pajamas.
Q. Do you take requests in your concerts?