Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell
Grand Finale at HITS Zoetis Million Features
13-Time Grammy-Winning Country, Folk, Pop Superstars!
(Saugerties, NY) Due to unexpected health issues Randy Travis, will not be able to appear at HITS on September 8 as previously scheduled. We apologize for any inconvenience and wish Mr. Travis well in his recovery.
HITS. Inc. in association with the Bardavon, is proud to present Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell on Sunday, September 8 at 5pm at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, NY. Tickets went on sale Monday, July 22 at the Bardavon box office in Poughkeepsie, the HITS offices on Main Street in Saugerties and through Ticketmaster. Ticket price includes admission to HITS’ Championship Sunday show jumping finale, which will feature extraordinary equestrian classes in the HITS $250,000 Hunter Prix Final, Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Finaland Zoetis $1 Million Grand Prix Horse Show.
Longtime friends Emmylou Harris, (12-time Grammy winner,Billboard Century Award recipient and Country Music Hall of Fame inductee) and Rodney Crowell (multi-Grammy winner and Songwriters Hall of Fame member) join forces for a powerful show in celebration of their newly released collaborative album Old Yellow Moon. In a review of their Boston performance, the Boston Globe says: "Old Yellow Moon collects songs old and new, cutting across honky-tonk, classic country, ballads, and hell-raisers." The artists "sound inspired by their recent reunion, and their chemistry shows their voices meshed seamlessly, his a rangy croon, hers as ethereal as smoke rings."
“There are legendary country singers, and then there's Emmylou: a breathtaking pinnacle of poise and elegance, and an artist who continues to innovate with every new release” -Time Out New York
HITS, Inc. produces high-quality, international-level hunter/jumper horse shows. Based in the upstate New York Village of Saugerties, HITS has been producing horse shows since 1982 and is now a nationwide company with world-class circuits in California, Florida, Arizona, New York and Virginia. The HITS $250,000 Hunter Prix Final, Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final and Zoetis Million are three of the largest equestrian show-jumping events in the United States and are sponsored by the all-new Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern in Saugerties and Zoetis Animal Health. These events will be the grand finale of the 2013 HITS Saugerties season and will attract the top equestrian athletes and horses from across the world. For more detailed information, including a complete list of special performances, presentations, and VIP seating, please visit www.HitsShows.com.
All tickets are General Admission: $25 ADVANCE SALE, $30 DAY OF SHOW.
Festival Seating: No coolers permitted, bring blankets and lawn chairs.
The HITS-on-the-Hudson venue includes full bar and assorted food available for purchase.
Includes admission to the HITS $250,000 Hunter Prix Final,Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final and the Zoetis $1 Million Grand Prix, as well as the Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell concert.
Children 12 and under are admitted free with a paid adult ticket.
Tickets are available through: Bardavon Box Office (Open Mon-Thursday 11am-5pm) or through Ticketmaster at 800.745.3000 orwww.ticketmaster.com.
PLEASE NOTE: The UPAC Box office is closed for the summer, however the Bardavon Box Office will remain open Monday through Thursday 11AM-5PM in July and August. The UPAC Box office will reopen September 3.
HITS-on-the-Hudson Schedule for Sunday, September 8
8:00 am Doors open
9:00am HITS $250,000 Hunter Prix Final
11:00 am Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final
2:00 pm Zoetis $1 Million Grand Prix
4:30 pm General Admission concert seating opens for Randy Travis
5:00 pm Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell concert begins
The HITS-on-the-Hudson venue includes full bar and assorted food available for purchase. There is ample FREE parking.
The Bardavon 1869 Opera House, Inc. (the Bardavon) is a New York State nonprofit corporation that owns and operates two historic theaters – the 944-seat namesake theater in Poughkeepsie and 1500-seat Ulster Performing Arts Center (UPAC) in Kingston – and the region’s premiere orchestra, the Hudson Valley Philharmonic. It presents top-notch music, dance, theater, and classic films for diverse audiences in both its venues; stages free annual outdoor events in local communities; and partners with regional schools to offer unique arts-based learning experiences. The Bardavon also continues to restore and preserve its historic theaters for today’s audiences and future generations to enjoy. Visit www.bardavon.org