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Redding 'Small Town Big Sound' Show Canceled Due to Unhealthy Air Quality

The big music show scheduled for an outdoor amphitheater in Redding on Sunday, September 9, 2018 has been canceled due to poor air quality.

Posted: Aug 30, 2018 2:04 PM
Updated: Sep 10, 2018 10:46 AM

UPDATE 2:20 p.m. Saturday, September 8, 2018 - The 'Small Town, Big Sound' concert scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018 in Redding has been canceled due to unhealthy and unsafe air conditions.  The Shasta County Arts Council has announced that ticket purchases will be refunded. The phone number for the arts council is (530) 241-7320. They are located at 1313 N. Market Street in Redding.

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Small Town Big Sound Redding Event Cancelled

Small Town Big Sound Redding Event Cancelled

CHICO, Calif. - The musicians with Small Town Big Sound 2018 are taking the show on the road.

The show is produced by members of the Uncle Dad's Art Collective and showcases talented local songwriters. This year, 100 songs were submitted and 15 were chosen. The material is arranged for a large, 20-piece band including a 12-piece chamber string ensemble.

It all kicks off on September 6 with a show at the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company Big Room in Chico. 

On September 7, the show moves to the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center in Weaverville.

You can catch the performance on September 8 at the Success Square (Success One) Center in Orland, and it wraps up on September 9 with a show at the River Front Park Amphitheater in Redding.

This year's featured songwriters include: Eyes like Lanterns, The Bidwells, Pat Hull, Max Minardi, Michael Bone, Sunday Iris, Aman Cowell, Roxanne Winslow, Kyle Williams, Daniel Michelson, Zeke Cottrell and F.A.M. For All Mankind (Aaron Jame & Calvin Black). 

Tickets are $19.50 and can be purchased HERE

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