To keep the music playing during this unpredictable time, we are requiring all patrons and staff to wear a mask while attending events at Chautauqua. To read more, click here.
Door Time: 6:30 PM
Showtime: 7:30 PM
Amos Lee has requested that all guests show proof of COVID -19 vaccination or a negative PCR test to attend this event.
Final Dose of Vaccination must be at least 14 days prior to the event. Negative Covid PCR test results must be from 72 hours or less prior to the event.
As a reminder, Chautauqua venue policy also requires that all guests wear masks inside the Auditorium, regardless of vaccination status.
Acceptable proof of vaccination includes both valid photo ID AND one of the following:
- Physical vaccine card or photo of vaccine card
- Digital vaccination record through MyColorado App
- Digital vaccination record through Colorado Immunization Information System (CIIS)
- Digital vaccination record through Clear App
Acceptable proof of a negative test includes valid photo ID AND:
- A lab report with valid name, date, and PCR test result (digital or screenshot OK). No self-administered or antigen tests accepted.
If you are unable to produce one of these requirements and would like a full refund, or if you have any questions, please contact the Chautauqua Box Office at [email protected].
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Thank you very much for your cooperation in keeping our guests, artists, and staff safe.
With MY NEW MOON, his seventh album, Amos Lee reaches into experiences of hope, hopelessness, loss, and renewal. The result is the most wide-ranging musical effort of his career, a set of songs that examines issues of mortality, survival, connection, and celebration in ways that are both deeply personal and profoundly universal.
In 2007, the singer-songwriter began working with the Musicians on Call program, playing music bedside for hospital patients. He went on to play at VA hospitals, for the Wounded Warriors organization, and for the Melodic Caring Project, singing via video for children who are quarantined, too ill to have friends or family visit in their rooms.
“Everything about the connection of music hit me harder,” he says of these efforts, “and I thought, ‘How can I be helpful, and reach out in a more real way?’ Songs have become a bridge, a way for me to reach outside myself and into other people’s lives. My mission now is to connect with people, to still have fun, but to have my intention be more outwardly based, and from a place of giving and service.”
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