Punch Brothers

Santander Performing Arts Center

In a Nutshell

Folky bluegrass ensemble led by Nickel Creek alum Chris Thile share rollicking tunes featuring mandolin and banjo

The Fine Print

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The Deal

  • $30.87 for one G-Pass ticket for rear orchestra or balcony seating (up to $51.45 value)
  • $34.08 for one G-Pass ticket for mid orchestra seating (up to $56.80 value)
  • $37.23 for one G-Pass ticket for front orchestra or loge seating (up to $62.05 value)
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Punch Brothers

  • Who they are: bluegrass superstars Chris Thile, Paul Kowert, Chris Eldridge, Noam Pikelny, and Gabe Witcher
  • How they came to be: when Thile’s Grammy-winning band Nickel Creek took an indefinite hiatus in 2007, he brought this dream-team together. Then he won a MacArthur Genius Grant.
  • How they got their name: it comes from a short story by someone called “Mark Twain”
  • So they aren’t actually brothers?: Only in music
  • Essential tracks: “The Blind Leading the Blind,” a 40-minute, four-part suite; the unexpectedly poppy and plaintive “This Girl”; the appropriately rollicking “Rye Whiskey”
  • Unexpected track: a cover of Radiohead’s “Kid A”
  • Where you’ve heard them, other than their albums: on the soundtrack for The Hunger Games and, more recently, in the Coen Brothers’ acclaimed film Inside Llewyn Davis
  • Opening act: singer-songwriter Aoife O’Donovan, who the band calls a “Punch Sister”
  • Check out: the romantic “Red & White & Blue & Gold” from her debut solo album, Fossils
Merchant Location Map
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    Santander Performing Arts Center

    136 N 6th St.

    Reading, PA 19601


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