Cat Power live in concert on Feb. 5, 2022 in the McDonald Theatre, Eugene, ORProduced by: True West Presents
Date: Saturday, February 5, 2022
Event type: General Admission, All Ages
Doors open at: 7 p.m.
Show starts at: 8 p.m.

Tickets: All ages advance tickets are general admission and available Thursday, November 11, 2021 at 10am for $37 online at TicketsWest.

Unless sold out, tickets will also be available at the McDonald Theatre Box Office on the day of the show for $42 beginning at 5:30 p.m when the Box Office opens.

The general admission concert is open to everyone of all ages. All tickets subject to service charges and /or user fees.

MCDONALD THEATRE COVID PROTOCOLS FOR PATRONS AND STAFF

All McDonald Theatre patrons, attendees and event staff will be required to show proof of FULL vaccination before entering the venue OR proof of a negative Covid test taken within 48 hours of the time of entry into the venue. Please note that you also must provide a legal ID to match the vaccine card or negative test.

Patrons can provide their actual paper vaccination record or negative test report or present a photograph of their documentation.

This policy is in addition to the current Statewide in-door mask mandate. These policies are subject to change. Any updates to shows will be available on our website, and ticket-holding patrons will be informed of any changes via their email used on TicketsWest.

Thank you for your ongoing support through these trying times.

Cat Power

A one-of-a-kind artist unafraid to reveal her inner self and follow her muse in different directions, Cat Power’s Chan Marshall pens literate and emotionally revealing songs and performs them with strength and fragility. Her earliest albums, such as 1996’s What Would the Community Think, reflected the influence of New York’s experimental rock scene.

As time went on, however, the folk, blues, and soul music she was raised on made themselves known on 1998’s Moon Pix and 2006’s The Greatest, which featured performances by Memphis soul legends.

As Marshall continued to experiment, adding electronics on 2012’s Sun and releasing one of her starkest albums yet with 2018’s Wanderer, she established herself as one of the 21st century’s most acclaimed singer/songwriters and paved the way for like-minded artists such as Mitski, Snail Mail, and Angel Olsen.

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