Be a part of the live audience as Mountain Stage records a fresh episode for NPR Music!
UPDATED OCTOBER 26, 2021
Peter Case will not appear as scheduled on November 14. We look forward to rescheduling for another time.
UPDATED SEP 30, 2021
Sonny Landreth is unable to appear on Mountain Stage on November 14 as previously scheduled. We will reschedule his appearance as soon as possible.
UPDATED SEPT 7, 2021
Mountain Stage is currently selling tickets for half capacity for all Culture Center performances. This will allow for more physical distancing between ticketholders during the taping of our 2.5-hour live show.
We are asking audience members to remain masked throughout the performance regardless of vaccination status, in order to lessen the risk of unknowingly spreading the virus. Everyone on our team appreciates your cooperation.
Those who are unvaccinated are at the greatest risk of serious illness if they contract the virus. We encourage audience members to get vaccinated to reduce the potential health risks while attending an indoor live Mountain Stage.
We continue to prioritize the health and wellbeing of our patrons, artists, staff, and audience members by taking multiple steps to ensure the safest environment for our audience possible.
We also know that not everyone is ready to get back to live events – and that’s totally understandable. The livestream is ready for you!
Watch the livestream!
Mountain Stage livestreams are free, however, there are some incredible folks out there who’d like to show their support through a donation-based, pay what you want ”ticket” for the livestream. This is a donation-based “ticket” to show some love for the program and is not a ticket to the live event.
You’ll be able to catch the show from the comfort of your home (or wherever you wish) Sunday, November 14, at 7 PM ET at mountainstage.org. Click the ‘Buy Tickets’ button below to join us from anywhere!