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Walter Trout: 3/24/22 —->Rescheduled Date!

March 24, 2022  ·  Thursday * 8pm * $27.50 Seated / $22.50 Standing


Proof of Vaccination is required for this show.


The health & safety of our fans, artists, crew, and venue staff is our number one priority. For that reason, the following policy will be in force for all Walter Trout concerts:

Please note this performance is requiring all fans to be fully vaccinated or to provide PRINTED proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of the event.

All ticket holders must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (at least two weeks after final dose) and provide proof of vaccination by showing either the original vaccination card or a printed copy of the vaccination card before entering the venue. Masks are recommended.

All ticket holders who have NOT been vaccinated must have received a negative COVID-19 diagnostic test (a PCR or antigen COVID-19 test) within 48-hours before entry to the facility and provide printed proof of a negative result before entering the venue. Masks are strongly recommended when seated and not eating or drinking and are MANDATORY when moving around the venue.

Artists, artist staff, and venue staff will also be required to show proof of FULL vaccination before entering the venue. If they have not been fully vaccinated, they need to show proof of a negative Covid test taken within 48 hours of the show date. Masks are mandatory for all venue/promoter/artist staff working in the venue at all times.


Walter Trout is the beating heart of the modern blues rock scene, respected by the old guard, revered by the young guns, and adored by the fans who shake his hand after the show each night. After five decades in the game, Trout is a talismanic figure and part of the glue that bonds the blues community together, at a time when the wider world has never been so divided.

He’s also the only artist with the vision, talent and star-studded address book to pull off a project on the scale of We’re All In This Together. “It was quite a piece of work to get this record together,” he admits. “But I guess I have a lot of friends, y’know…?”

Before you even hear a note, We’re All In This Together has your attention. Drafting fourteen A-list stars – including Joe Bonamassa, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, John Mayall and Randy Bachman– and writing an original song for each,

Trout also welcomes a fistful of compadres from recent all-star project Supersonic Blues Machine, in the form of Warren Haynes, Robben Ford and Eric Gales. Then there’s John Mayall: the ageless British blues-boom godfather who hired a troubled Trout for the Bluesbreakers 1985 and now blows harp on “Blues For Jimmy T.” “Am I proud to call myself a former Bluesbreaker?” Trout reflects. “Yeah, of course. What a credential. That is a very exclusive club, and I know that when I’m gone, that’s gonna be one of the big things that they’ll remember me for: that I was a Bluesbreaker for five years.”