Posted in music on September 18, 2009

Ian Hunter and Graham Parker

Tickets for 2009 New Yorker Festival events go on sale at noon. That includes the Dirty Projectors, House of Ladosha, Jubilee, and Liturgy show happening at the Bell House on Friday, October 16th. You can browse the full schedule at their site, and I've listed a few more select choices below...

Friday, October 16

  1. Dirty Projectors, House of Ladosha, Jubilee, and Liturgy. Curated by the New Yorker staff writers Sasha Frere-Jones and Kelefa Sanneh. 8 P.M.
Saturday, October 17
  1. The Music Biz: With Jace Clayton, Josh Deutsch, Melvin Gibbs, Danny Goldberg, and Livia Tortella. 1 P.M.
  2. Loudon Wainwright III talks with Susan Morrison: A Conversation with Music. 7:30 P.M.
  3. Ian Hunter and Graham Parker talk with Ben Greenman: A Conversation with Music. 7:30 P.M.
  4. Neko Case talks with Sasha Frere-Jones: A Conversation with Music. 7:30 P.M.
  5. Steve Earle talks with John Seabrook: A Conversation with Music. 10 P.M.
  6. Justin Vernon of Bon Iver talks with Sasha-Frere Jones: A Conversation with Music. 10 P.M.
Sunday, October 18
  1. Radical Opera: With Lisa Bielawa, Nico Muhly, Peter Sellars, and Rufus Wainwright. Moderated by Alex Ross. 3 P.M.
  2. Shouts & Murmurs Live: With Jenny Allen, Woody Allen, Noah Baumbach, Yoni Brenner, Ian Frazier, Patricia Marx, David Owen, Amy Ozols, Simon Rich, Paul Rudnick, George Saunders, Paul Simms, and Calvin Trillin. Hosted by David Remnick. 4 P.M.
Tickets also go on sale at noon for Neko Case's upcoming show at the Wellmont Theatre.

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Comments (13)

nothing on sale, no link on their page

Posted by Anonymous | September 18, 2009 12:10 PM

I'm glad they're on the ball with getting that ticketing link up. Yay NY Mag!

Posted by Anonymous | September 18, 2009 12:11 PM

"Yay NY Mag!"

It's New Yorker, not NY Mag. Big difference.

Posted by Anonymous | September 18, 2009 12:12 PM

i love that their phone message is "we are currently experiencing higher than normal call volume". Yeah, no kidding. Maybe if you could make the internet sale happen as scheduled.

Posted by lp | September 18, 2009 12:14 PM

Looks like their old page didn't update:
http://www.newyorker.com/festival/tickets/

Instead, the new page only shows up with this new URL, which is actually exactly the same minus the slash at the end:
http://www.newyorker.com/festival/tickets

weird..

Posted by brooklynvegan | September 18, 2009 12:23 PM

12:12, so true. If this was a NY Mag festival they'd be selling tickets to a Park Slope mom stroller derby, a walking tour of this season's hottest crop of overpriced restaurants that serve "luxe comfort food" to NJ and LI d-bags(this tour takes 4 days), a seminar on how to turn a press release from a particularly dull-witted publicist into an "article" in 3 easy steps, and a panel discussion of food bloggers no one genuinely likes about whether they might be able to squeeze any more mileage out of bacon and cupcakes and bacon cupcakes.

Posted by amehused | September 18, 2009 12:32 PM

Hey BV-
See if they have a comment for this complete clusterfuck of a ticket sale? Their prices are not bargains and then they screw over their readers with the url issue. Boycot the rest of these overpriced shows.
Dicks.

Posted by Anonymous | September 18, 2009 12:56 PM

How do I get tkts for Chuck Close Oct 18th!!!

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