Chatham Rabbits – CD Release Concert
Postponed from May 1
A message from the Chatham Rabbits:
“Due to the ongoing concerns around COVID-19, the Chatham Rabbits in-person show at the Carolina Theatre of Durham originally rescheduled for August 21, 2020 has been postponed until April 3, 2021. All tickets will be valid for the new date.
Ticketholders who do want to have their purchases refunded may do so by September 5 by going to their original point of purchase. If you purchased through Ticketmaster online, please log in to Ticketmaster.com and request the refund online. If you purchased from the Carolina Theatre Box Office, in-person or by phone, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by September 5.”
As a precautionary measure related to COVID-19, NCLive@ has postponed the Chatham Rabbits CD Release Concert, originally scheduled for the Carolina Theatre of Durham on Friday, May 1, to Friday, August 21. All ticket buyers are encouraged to hold on to their original tickets as these will be honored on the rescheduled date.
Those buyers who do want to have their purchases refunded may do so by going to their original point of purchase. If you purchased online, please call Ticketmaster at 1-800-653-8000. If you purchased from the Carolina Theatre Box Office, in-person or by phone, please call (919) 560-3030 from Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. through April 17.
The Carolina Theatre of Durham apologizes for any inconvenience this postponement may cause.
From one of North Carolina’s most beloved musical outfits, Chatham Rabbits — singer-songwriters Austin and Sarah McCombie — comes The Yoke is Easy, The Burden is Full, their enthusiastically anticipated sophomore album. Out on May 1, 2020, “The Yoke” is an album for those that feel both more connected and out of touch than ever before. Co-written by the married couple and true to Chatham Rabbits roots, the lyrics tell stories of real, raw people, doing the best they can with the life they are living. The McCombies and their band tracked this album completely live in a lakeside cabin in rural Virginia. The title comes from the track “Oxen,” a crescendoing reminder that being tethered to another person or a whole community entirely does not negate the hard things in life — but it makes our days achingly beautiful and absolutely worth it.