The Honey Dewdrops w/ Sally Mae Foster

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The Honey Dewdrops w/ Sally Mae Foster


Blending folk, acoustic Americana and a dash of bluegrass, enchanting audiences with their memorable and exquisitely performed songs

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Bright Box Theater 15 N. Loudoun St. Winchester, VA 22601

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  • The Honey Dewdrops

More Performers

  • Sally Mae Foster

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket


Doors, bar, & kitchen open at 7PM


GENERAL ADMISSION: $15 + admission tax & processing fee

DOOR: $18 + admission tax

Advance ticket sales end at 6PM the day of the show. If tickets are not sold out by this time they will be available for purchase when the doors open.

ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS unless the show is postponed or canceled.


This is an ALL-SEATED event in the main theater

GENERAL ADMISSION - arrive early for best choice of seating

FOOD & BEVERAGE available for purchase





Virginia raised and Maryland based, Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish of The Honey Dewdrops began touring in 2009 and have called the city of Baltimore home since 2014. With several albums and thirteen years of playing shows on the road, Laura and Kagey continue to expand their experimental folk sound while maintaining a commitment to deepening their understanding of the world through the lens of music. No Depression says of the new album, Light Behind Light, “The Honey Dewdrops have a way of filling their songs with humanity, using their beautiful playing and harmonies to emphasize what connects us all.”

When they’re not on tour, you can find Laura and Kagey playing in Baltimore with their Fred Eaglesmith tribute band, contributing backing vocals and instrumental sounds to various community recording projects, and you’ll probably see them going for a run in and around their neighborhood.



Always a song and dance girl, Sally Mae Foster has been stealing hearts and taking names since her early childhood. As a youngster, little Sally Mae was singing herself through happy days of play and chores. Legend has it that she was humming herself to sleep before she could even speak. As she delved into early music lessons her love of song only deepened and drew her into the craft of composing songs to perform herself.

Throughout college and early adulthood Ms. Foster could be found taking the stage and no prisoners except her willing, able and beloved audience. And it’s easy to see why as she joyfully shares her own particular blend of a throwback styled folk-soul sound that is catchy, uplifting and danceable. She bounces around on guitar with a distinct fingerpicking technique while she rings out wild, winning vocals and bright, bold harmonica.

A one woman show that often invites friends to join in the fun, Sally Mae Foster has been charming audiences with her antics for over a decade. In early 2017 Sally Mae, a true indie folk musician, launched her own independently produced and pressed album, Music Box. The album tour was well received throughout the Shenandoah Valley, Maryland, West Virginia and D.C. A second album, Reckless Heart, will soon follow on the successes of the first.



Where do I park?

Bright Box is located at 15 N. Loudoun St. on the beautiful pedestrian mall in Old Town Winchester. The nearest parking is the Braddock Auto Park at 30 N Braddock St. This is about a block away from the venue. The parking garage does have several handicap parking spaces available.

Once you've parked in the garage you'll exit toward the pedestrian mall. Once you hit N. Loudoun you'll make a right and Bright Box will be on your right a few storefronts up, directly across from the Old Court House Civil War Museum

More information about the garage can be found here:

Is there lodging nearby?

There are lots of great and affordable lodging options — from hotels and motels to camp grounds and bed & breakfast spots — just minutes away from Bright Box. Right around the block is the elegant George Washington Hotel, and Courtyard Marriott is quick drive and within a stones throw to the beautiful (and highly recommended) Shenandoah Valley Museum. Check out these websites to explore your options and discover all the wonderful opportunities in Winchester:

Is Bright Box handicap accessible?

Absolutely. The venue is handicap accessible and ADA compliant. The infrastructure in Old Town Winchester is friendly toward those with physical challenges or in wheelchairs. Park in one of the close-by parking garages and come to the main door at 15 N. Loudoun St. (the walking mall). We ask that you arrive when doors open, and we will be happy to escort you to a place best suited to your needs in the theater or to take you to the elevator to access the upstairs Out of the Box room.