(SOLD OUT) Iron & Wine Back to Basics – Part Three With Anna Mieke

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(SOLD OUT) Iron & Wine Back to Basics – Part Three With Anna Mieke

Crosstown Arts presents Iron & Wine Back to Basics — Part Three with Anna Mieke at Crosstown Theater.

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CROSSTOWN THEATER 1350 Concourse Avenue Memphis, TN 38104

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Crosstown Theater

Thursday, March 23, 2023

Doors at 6 pm | Show at 7 pm

Ticketing: $40-70

Iron & Wine is the musical project of singer-songwriter Sam Beam. Born and raised in South Carolina, Beam was teaching film when his home recorded debut, The Creek Drank the Cradle, was released on Sub Pop records in 2002. Garnering both critical and popular acclaim, Beam was vaulted into the spotlight of the burgeoning indie-folk and Americana scenes. Now entering its 20th year, Iron & Wine have released seven full length recordings, numerous EPs / singles, and collaborations with Calexico, Ben Bridwell (Band of Horses) and Jesca Hoop all on their way to becoming a four-time GRAMMY nominee. Iron & Wine’s music has captured the emotion and imagination of listeners with their distinctly cinematic songs; in particular they’ve become synonymous with the movies Twilight and Garden State and continue to find a home in your favorite film, TV show or streaming playlist. As the world continues to spin — so do Iron & Wine continue on their path of releasing new music and touring.

Anna Mieke’s world radiates with an intense heat that lies closer to the desert or the jungle than her hometown of Wicklow, Ireland. On her second album Theatre, she invites listeners into this warmth, enveloping us in a vivid dreamscape that mirrors her lush and adventurous upbringing. Her music is the⁠ surreal soundtrack of a vast personal plain steeped in nostalgia, family, memory, death and dreaming—where gritty reality and romanticism meet. This duality is the thematic core of Theatre, which focuses on the conflict between permanence and temporality, the immaterial and material, and how memories of places and people fade, warp, and reinvent themselves over time.

Refund Policy:

Tickets may be refunded up to 72 hours in advance.

Tickets for shows that are cancelled will be refunded.

In the case of a postponed show, tickets will be refunded upon request, otherwise tickets will automatically be transferred to the new date.