Krista Detor & Friends

Krista Detor & Friends

Saturday, December 14, 2024, 7 p.m. ET

Doors open at 6:15 p.m.

December brings the holidays, and nothing says “holiday” like returning favorite Krista Detor! She has played the Indy Folk Series several times before, and this time around promises a new band and some new music, along with many favorites.

All Tickets: $20

 + $2.34 service fee

Hybrid Show: Attend one of two ways

In-Person: Tickets available online right up until showtime provided the capacity has not been exceeded.

OR

Livestream via ZOOM

ONLINE SALES ONLY

No refunds or exchanges unless the event is cancelled.

Detor is an award-winning composer, pianist and singer-songwriter whose music defies easy categorization. With her expressive, sultry voice, artful song crafting, intelligent, heartfelt lyrics, and razor-sharp wit, she will delight you with a performance that you won’t soon forget. Based in Bloomington, IN, she has toured extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe, and has a world-wide reputation.

Her album Mudshow (2005) launched Detor on the world stage, while release of The Silver Wood: Winter Songs (2007), established her as a favorite during the winter holidays.  Since then, her solo albums have reached national and international prominence, including #1 on the EuroAmerican chart. She’s shared stages with Victor Wooten, The Neville Bros., and Loudon Wainwright, among many others; and collaborated on the award-winning stage show and CD of Wilderness Plots with Carrie Newcomer and Tim Grimm.

Her most recent release, Chaos, Collisions and Clocks: The Best of Krista Detor, (2019) features such Hoosier notables as Amanda Biggs and Jason Wilber.

“She is not just a songwriter, nor accomplished musician, nor poignant entertainer – I have been awed by the soul-punching talent of Krista Detor.”  WNC Magazine

In 2020, she launched The Hundredth Hill Artist Residence and Retreat, along with her husband, David Weber, on their 50-acre homestead in northern Monroe County. 

 

This event will be held in the performance space of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis, located at 615 W. 43rd. St., Indianapolis, IN 46208 (near Butler University.) Follow these DIRECTIONS to join the fun.

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