Keller Williams brings his Grateful Grass to the Capitol Theatre in April. Prior to the show, attendees are invited to participate in the Great Acorn Hunt, a twist on the classic Easter egg hunt.
Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass, his bluegrass tribute to the Grateful Dead, plays the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester on Thursday, April 20. As part of the festivities, fans are invited to take part in the Great Acorn Hunt. For the acorn hunt, much like an Easter egg hunt, acorn “eggs” will be hidden throughout the theatre. Participants will search for the eggs for prizes, such as tickets to shows at the venue and Keller Williams merchandise. The acorns are a nod to the Capitol Theatre’s squirrel mascot.
Keller William’s Grateful Grass features Jeff Austin, Jeremy Garrett, Andy Hall and Danton Boller. They play a not-very-traditional bluegrass take on the music of the Grateful Dead. Opening the show is Love Canon, a bluegrass outfit from Charlottesville, North Carolina. Continuing with the night’s theme of non-traditional tributes, Love Canon covers musical hits from the ’80s, such as “She Blinded Me with Science,” “The Boys of Summer” and ZZ Top’s “Legs.”
Tickets for the show are $30 and on sale now. The Great Acorn Hunt will begin promptly at 7 p.m. with the show starting at 8 p.m.