John Gorka with Kris Delmhorst

Saturday, November 17, 2012 - 8:00pm
7:00pm
$22.00
$25.00

Seated show

John Gorka

The Cedar welcomes back Red House Records artist John Gorka for an evening of songs steeped in humanity and warmth, interspersed with a smattering of gently humorous stories. A master craftsman and still enjoying the gypsy life, John's most recent album is So Dark You See.

John's good friend and fellow singer-songwriter Kris Delmhorst opens.

The Cedar is now air-conditioned for your year-round comfort!

Ticket options and info

  • On sale date: now
  • Phone: 612-338-2674 ext 2 ($2 fee per ticket)
  • In person: From a Cedar volunteer in the front lobby during events (no fee; cash, check, credit card), Depth of Field (no fee; cash or check only), or Electric Fetus (small fee)
  • Online: Ticketweb (fees apply) (click on red Buy Tickets button at top of this page)
  • All Cedar shows are all ages.
  • Students with ID may purchase tickets at a discount at the door.

 

John Gorka
Renowned singer-songwriter John Gorka was raised in New Jersey and came out of New York City's Greenwich Village folk scene that produced such songwriters as Suzanne Vega and Shawn Colvin. His award-winning songs have been recorded and performed by such...
Kris Delmhorst portrait
Kris Delmhorst grew up in Brooklyn NY, but her musical home is in Boston MA where she cut her teeth on open mics, bar gigs, and subway busking before embarking on her life as an internationally touring songwriter. She has released six albums on respected...

Major Funders

NEA logoThe McKnight FoundationTargetMinnesota State Arts BoardThis activity is funded, in part, by the Minnesota State Arts Board through the arts and cultural heritage fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the Legacy Amendment vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund, and a grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota