RESCHEDULED: The NCMA and Cat’s Cradle present Watchhouse (formerly Mandolin Orange) with Allison de Groot and Tatiana Hargreaves
Due to unforeseen circumstances and expected inclement weather, the Watchhouse concert originally scheduled for Saturday, October 1, has been rescheduled to Friday, October 28. Tickets for the original date can be used for the rescheduled date; just present your ticket at the new event. For additional assistance, or to request a refund, contact firstname.lastname@example.org during gallery hours, Wednesday through Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm. Please note refunds may take up to 48 hours to process after requested, and refunds must be requested by Friday, October 7. See a full update from the band on social media and join us in wishing Andrew and Emily our best.
The local duo founded by Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz rose to ascendancy as new flagbearers of the contemporary folk world, sweetly singing soft songs about the hardest parts of our lives, both as people and as a people. From meeting at a bluegrass jam at Carrboro’s Armadillo Grill and playing all the local coffee shops early on to selling out venues like the Ryman Auditorium and Red Rocks Amphitheatre, the group has kept their roots firmly grounded in the Triangle.
This show at the NCMA is special for two reasons–it’s their only local play in 2022, and it’s an intimate duo set. Over the years their recordings and band have grown to include friends and heroes, but the core remains Andrew and Emily. This will be on full display and in celebration at this special hometown show.
Watchhouse photo by Shervin Lainez
About Allison de Groot and Tatiana Hargreaves
For master musicians Allison de Groot and Tatiana Hargreaves, traditional banjo and fiddle music is a way to interpret our uncertain times, to draw artistic inspiration and power from the sources of meaning in their lives. History, family, literature, live performance, and environmental instability all manifest in the sounds, feelings, and sensations that permeate their music. Their 2022 sophomore album, Hurricane Clarice, is a direct infusion of centuries of matrilineal folk wisdom, a fiery breath of apocalyptic energy.
Musician Photo and Recording Policy
No flash or professional photography allowed. No video or audio recording of any kind allowed.
No smoking allowed inside venue gates.
Please note that some tickets could be refunded based on ongoing alignment with the governor’s executive orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Can’t wait for the show? Join the Watchhouse concert text group, where we’ll provide real-time weather and traffic-related info on the day of the show. To join, text NCMAwatchhouse to (866) 603-4250. We promise not to send annoying frequent texts, just useful messages and updates. Standard text and data rates apply, and you can stop at any time.
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Please note that during large concerts, parking can become scarce. Please plan to arrive early, carpool, and/or use a ride-share service to optimize your parking experience.
Picnic in the Park
Preorder picnic baskets for NCMA outdoor films and Park Theater events. Picnics for two or four, filled with sandwiches, salads, sides, and drinks. Members save 10% with code MEMBER.
No time to order? No worries! We have a full concession menu on-site featuring a variety of hot and cold items and family packs. Cold drinks, beer, wine, snacks, and popcorn are also available.
Baskets will be ready for pickup on-site when gates open for the concerts and movies.