The Ark: Plenty of fantastic musical choices this weekend

Blind Pilot

Live from Astoria

Thursday, April 15, 8:30PM ET

Tickets: from $25 HERE

 A portion of tickets from this direct link supports The Ark.

Join Blind Pilot in Astoria, OR for a show captured at the Liberty Theater. If you cannot join live, archival viewing will be available for two weeks following the performance with ticket purchase.

Bundles include a Post-Show VIP Solo Set and Q&A with Israel and a limited edition silkscreen poster illustrated by Ryan.

Ticket Options

$25 | Livestream Ticket

$50 | Livestream Ticket + Poster

$50 | VIP Livestream Ticket

$80 | VIP Livestream Ticket + Poster



Brooke Annibale

Silence Worth Breaking Livestream

Friday, April 16, 8PM ET

Tickets: $10 HERE

A portion of proceeds from tickets purchased at this unique link support The Ark.

Join Brooke Annibale for a special 10th anniversary album set, where she will perform the songs off Silence Worth Breaking, from start to finish. Throughout the performance Brooke will share stories behind the music and why this album is so important to her life and career. Silence Worth Breaking is now available on vinyl for the first time ever. Brooke has signed a limited number of copies which you may purchase along with your livestream ticket.

The livestream will be available for replay for 72 hours.


Maggie Rose and Them Vibes

Live From Cervantes in Denver, CO

Friday, April 16, 8:45PM ET

Tickets: $15  HERE

A portion of proceeds from tickets purchased at this unique link support The Ark.

Join Nashville-based rock and soul singer, Maggie Rose, live from Cervantes in Denver, CO. Presented by Live For Live Music, Maggie will perform live with her full band, Them Vibes, and added brass section, Nicholas Gerlach and Gabe Mervine.


Ordinary Elephant

Saturday, April 17, 8PM ET

Tickets: $15 for a single viewer, $25 for multiple viewers (one per household) HERE

A portion of proceeds from tickets purchased at this unique link support The Ark.

International Folk Music Awards 2017 Artist of the Year Ordinary Elephant captivates audiences with their emotionally powerful and vulnerable songs, letting the listener know that they are not alone in this world. The collaboration of husband and wife Pete and Crystal Damore, their connection, and their influences (such as Gillian Welch, Guy Clark, Anais Mitchell) all meet on stage. “Two become one, in song…hand-in-glove harmonies surprise the listener with focused intensity and musical mastery,” says Mary Gauthier. PopMatters is calling their latest album, Honest, “easily one of the best folk duo records I have heard in years.”


Stephen Kellogg – Ark Family Room Series

Sunday, April 18, 7:30pm ET

“The music I make is a reflection of how I spend my time and what I care deeply about,” says Stephen Kellogg. His Americana-tinged, sometimes folk, often rock, occasionally pop stylings can make Kellogg hard to define, and his recent four-part album “South, West, North, East” embraces the notion of genre-splitting to the fullest. CBS Radio has called Stephen Kellogg “the best live act you’ve never seen,” and No Depression calls him “the best songwriter you’re not listening to.” We think it’s time to change this situation.

Ark Family Room shows are free and streamed to The Ark’s Facebook page. Donations to the “virtual tip jar” during shows support both The Ark and the participating artists.


Ani DiFranco: Revolutionary Love Live

Sunday, April 18, 8pm ET

Tickets: from $20 HERE


A portion of ticket purchased at this unique link benefit The Ark

 Celebrate the release of Ani’s 22nd studio album ‘Revolutionary Love’ with a full concert from Ani, Terence Higgins, and special guest Ivan Neville. Come hang virtually in Ani’s home, Big Blue, as the band reminisces about touring and performs energetic live versions from the new album along with classics from the Little Folksinger canon. Captured lovingly with seven cameras, Revolutionary Love Live documents Ani’s vision for this album live while it’s hot off the presses.

Ticket Options Include:

$20 | Livestream Ticket

$40 | Livestream Ticket + Revolutionary Love Vinyl

$45 | Livestream Ticket + Equation Tee (Unisex)

$70 | Merchandise Bundle


Sierra Ferrell: Pick Your Poison

Honky Tonk night at American Legion

Sunday, April 18, 8:30pm ET

Tickets: from $20 HERE


A portion of ticket purchased from this direct link benefit The Ark

Last seen at the Ann Arbor Folk Festival, Sierra Ferrell is back for a special three-night virtual concert series, starting Sunday, April 18. Not only will the songs vary each night, but all shows are themed and will be filmed at different Nashville venues. Special guests will join Sierra each night. Purchase tickets for one, two, or all three unique shows – the VIP option includes a virtual meet and greet with Sierra prior to the show – and get ready to have some fun!

April 18: Honky Tonk night at American Legion

May 2: Calypso night at Dee’s Lounge

May 16: Jazz night at The Basement

*All shows begin at 8:30 p.m. EDT

At 7 years old, Sierra Ferrell started singing in a West Virginia bar. In her 20s, she left home to travel across the country with a troupe of wandering musicians, playing everywhere from truck stops to alleyways to freight-train boxcars. After years of busking on the streets of New Orleans and Seattle, she moved to Nashville and started playing shows around town. She soon drew the attention of Rounder Records and landed a record deal. Her debut full length album will be released later this year.


$12.00  |  Virtual Concert Single Show Ticket

$50.00  |  Virtual Concert Single Show Ticket + 1 Meet & Greet


$30.00  |  Virtual Concert 3-Show Bundle

$65.00  |  Virtual Concert 3-Show Bundle + 1 Meet & Greet