Hailing from New York via St. Louis the razor sharp rhythm and blues boppers Daddy Long Legs keep the subterranean spirit and wild aesthetic alive for a new generation huffing and puffing and blowing houses down on a nightly basis on their infinite world tour. Their latest offering “Lowdown Ways” reached #4 on the Billboard blues charts and received 5 stars from Rolling Stone’s David Fricke who describes their music as “Chicago blues fired at the moon played by the demented children of the Pretty Things”. A Daddy Long Legs show is equal parts roots rock, blues and guttural soul, stripping down old standards and making them shiny and new again. Some of the originals are like an all-out spiritual revival, while others are hauntingly beautiful.
COVID-19 Guidelines: In order to offer our patrons the safest and most enjoyable experience possible, social distance policies will be in effect through the 2021 season. All guests must wear their masks when out of their seats. In order to be served alcohol, guests will be required to purchase food from the food truck on premises. No food or drink from outside the venue is allowed. Food/ drink will open before the show in staggered intervals depending on patron’s ticket type, please arrive at the time indicated below.
(All outdoor events are rain or shine; no refunds)
$25 – Table Seating: Tables and chairs socially distanced 6-feet from surrounding tables. Guests are offered table service and may order from our full bar menu once they’ve ordered from food truck.
$18 – The Foundry Green (General Admission): Sit socially distanced out on our lawn. Guests sitting on the green are welcome to bring their own chairs and/or blankets and may order canned beer and wine after they’ve ordered from food truck.
Seating/ Bar/ Food Truck Open: 5PM for Table Seating – 6PM for The Foundry Green (General Admission).
This event is sponsored by our friends at Berkshire Music Project!
Berkshire Music Project aims to utilize local organizations and community input to bring diverse musical talent into Berkshire County, support and promote local talent, and fill the gaps that remain in an emerging music scene.