Arlo, Abe & Sarah Lee Guthrie Bring Re:Generation Tour To Memorial Hall On 10/18



Abe, Arlo & Sarah Lee Guthrie
Memorial Hall, 1225 Elm St, Cincinnati, OH
8pm, Buy Tickets

The father of the American protest song, Woody Guthrie hoped one day to have enough kids to form a family band to travel the country and sing songs to the people. The Re:Generation Tour realizes Woody’s dream through the inspiring work of Arlo Guthrie and his children Sarah Lee Guthrie and Abe Guthrie. With the next generation of Guthries hitting the road together as a family, The Re:Generation Tour kicks off in the fall of 2017 and travels across the country through the spring of 2018. 

Woody built a legacy of activism that the Guthrie family continues to preserve with their leading voices in the current revolution against oppression and injustice. The Re:Generation Tour gives voice to the common folk with their characteristic honesty and humor through the power of community and song. Arlo and family aspire to represent hope for working families across this great nation.

“The road continues to beckon and the kids, with kids of their own, are hearing the call of their own thoughts. Onward!” -Arlo

In 1967 at the age of 19, Arlo took up the torch from his father Woody when his anti-war classic “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree” became an international hit. He’s been on the road ever since, with his son Abe joining his band in the ’80s as the musical director and keyboardist. Sarah Lee, a singer-songwriter with a lauded career in her own right, has been releasing celebrated original music for two decades.

Join the Guthrie family in a city near you as they share timeless stories and unforgettable classic songs to audiences at the following venues:

Additional shows on the Re:Generation Tour will be announced in the coming weeks.

The Re:Generation Tour 2017/2018
9/27 — The Ark — Ann Arbor, MI
9/28 — The Ark — Ann Arbor, MI
10/1 — City Winery — Chicago, IL
10/2 — City Winery — Chicago, IL
10/3 — City Winery — Chicago, IL
10/5 — Shannon Hall — Madison, WI
10/6 — Pabst Theatre — Milwaukee, WI
10/8 — Door Community Auditorium — Fish Creek, WI
10/13 — Ecc Blizzard Theatre — Elgin, IL
10/15 — The Egyptian Room — Indianapolis, IN
10/18 — Memorial Hall — Cincinnati, OH
10/19 — Capitol Theatre — Columbus, OH
10/20 — Palace Theater — Greensburg, PA
10/24 — Music Box Supper Club — Cleveland, OH
10/27 — Kirby Center — Wilkes-barre, PA
11/9 — Grunin Center at Ocean County College — Tom’s River, NJ
11/11 — Park Theatre — Cranston, RI
11/12 — Cary Hall — Lexington, MA
11/16 — The Flying Monkey — Plymouth, NH
11/17 — The Cabot Pac — Beverly, MA
11/18 — Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center — Great Barrington, MA
11/25 — Carnegie Hall — New York, NY
3/9 — Sheldon Concert Hall — St. Louis, MO
3/10 — The Carlsen Center — Overland Park, KS
3/24 — Lensic Theater — Santa Fe, NM
3/29 — Mesa Arts Center — Ikeda Theater — Mesa, AZ
5/11 — Mayo Performing Arts Center — Morristown, NJ
5/12 — Patchogue Theatre — Patchogue, NY
5/18 — The Colonia Theatre — Keene, NH
5/19 — McCarter Theatre — Princeton, NJ
5/20 — Grand Opera House — Wilmington, DE