Finally, nearly a year and a half after the theatres closed due to COVID-19, The Egg is ready to reopen in August for a new extraordinary season of music, dance, and family performances. Performances were recently added to The Egg’s 2021-22 concert series including Kaki King on September 18, The Milk Carton Kids on September 24, and Bruce Cockburn on February 25.
Saturday, September 18 at 8 PM – Kaki King
Considered one of the most unique guitarists of our time, Kaki King combines virtuoso technique, insatiable imagination, and boundless humanity as heard on her most recent recording “Modern Yesterdays” where she continues to deconstruct and redefine the boundaries of the guitar through technique, imagination, and boundless humanity. Tickets for the show cost $29.50.
Friday, September 24 at 7:30 PM – The Milk Carton Kids
The Milk Carton Kids – Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan – combine ethereal harmonies and intricate musicianship into a uniquely powerful brand of contemporary songcraft becoming one of today’s foremost folk duos. Tickets for the show cost $36.
Friday, October 15 at 8 PM – Jake Shimabukuro
Jake Shimabukuro is without a doubt the world’s foremost ukulele virtuoso. Renowned for lightning-fast fingers and revolutionary playing techniques, Jake will perform his eclectic repertoire of jazz, blues, funk, classical, bluegrass, folk, flamenco, rock, and traditional Hawaiian music.
Saturday, December 18 at 8 PM – The McKrells Holiday Show
Fusing Celtic sounds with American folk and bluegrass for over 40 years, singer/songwriter Kevin McKrell leads a revamped band featuring Frank Orsini on fiddle, Scott Hopkins on banjo, Arlin Greene on bass and Brian Melick on percussion for an evening of original and traditional acoustic music – along with some holiday favorites.
Saturday, February 5 at 11 AM – The Very Hungry Caterpillar & Other Eric Carle Favorites by Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia
Three beloved stories by Eric Carle, award-winning children’s book illustrator and author, are retold on stage through the magic of black light and fanciful puppets by Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia. The Very Hungry Caterpillar follows the wonderful adventures of a caterpillar as he eats his way through an amazing variety of foods on his path to becoming a beautiful butterfly. Little Cloud playfully transforms himself into various creatures, including a sheep, and an airplane, a shark and more. The Mixed-Up Chameleon takes an adventurous trip to the zoo, where he attempts to emulate the beautiful animals he sees before coming to the conclusion that there is value in his own unique self.
Friday, February 25 at 7:30 PM – Bruce Cockburn
Bruce Cockburn’s music explores urban, political, and social issues in a poetically and rhythmically unique style that has produced classic songs such as “Wonderin’ Where the Lions Are”, “Lovers in a Dangerous Time” and “If I Had A Rocket Launcher.” Bruce performs his prized songbook solo and acoustic. Tickets for the show range from $39.50 to $49.50.
For safety purposes, The Egg will be following the current guidelines set by the State of New York and CDC for each performance. As these guidelines are subject to change, please check the event on their website a week in advance to see what restrictions are expected to be in place on the date of the performance. Cooperation in abiding by the guidelines to ensure the safety of everyone attending the show is appreciated.
Updated Schedule for The Egg 2021-22 Concert Series:
7: Swan Lake
13: Tanya Tucker
17: Ann Wilson
15: Todd Snider
16: Molly Tuttle
18: Kaki King
23-24: Jo Koy
26: Los Lobos
30: Mersey Beatles
18: Indigo Girls
21: Kyle Kinane
24: Three Dog Night
24: Robyn Hitchcock
30: Enter the Haggis
A full calendar of The Egg 2021-22 events can be viewed by clicking here.
A virtual visit to The Egg can be viewed by clicking here.
Tickets are currently on sale online at theegg.org, by telephone at 518-473-1845, or in person at The Egg Box Office Monday – Friday from 11 AM – 3 PM.