THIS IS A TUESDAY NIGHT SHOW! ADVANCE PRICE TICKETS $18 AVAILABLE NOW. DAY OF SHOW TICKETS $21 AVAILABLE ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW.
WE JUST ADDED DINNER AND A SHOW TICKETS – DINNER AT THE HOTEL SUTTER AT 5:30, 5:45, OR 6:00, AND A TICKET TO THE SHOW FOR $39!
Now premiering our Dinner and a Show packages with the Hotel Sutter. Guarantee yourself a dinner reservation with special dinner entrees and pricing to complement your evening of entertainment with the Sutter Creek Theatre. These Dinner and a Show packages are limited and are only available for purchase online at the Sutter Creek Theatre website up to two days before the show.
Special dinner selections for the evening of October 23 include:
• Shrimp Scampi: Sautéed with garlic on a bed of fettuccini pasta with a white wine, lemon juice and garlic herb sauce.
• Portobello Mushroom Cap: Drizzled with balsamic reduction and pistachio pesto, served with creamy risotto and seasonal vegetables.
Purchasers of Dinner and a Show packages will be contacted by Hotel Sutter for your dinner selection. These packages are non-refundable and do not include tax or tip, and may not be used towards any other purchase or combined with other offers available through Hotel Sutter.
WANT TO STAY THE NIGHT? Hotel Sutter is offering ticketholders a 20% discount off your room price for the evening of October 23, based on availability. Contact Hotel Sutter directly at 209-267-0242 to book your room reservation.
Hailing from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, The Steel Wheels are familiar with the traditions of folk music and how a string band is supposed to sound. In fact, they’ve been drawing on those steadfast traditions for more than a decade. Yet, their name also evokes a sense of forward motion, which is clearly reflected in their latest album, Wild As We Came Here.
The Steel Wheels recorded their album in rural Maine, where producer Sam Kassirer (Lake Street Dive, Josh Ritter) owns a recording studio inside a renovated farmhouse from the 18th century. All four band members – Trent Wagler (guitar, banjo), Eric Brubaker (fiddle), Brian Dickel (upright bass) and Jay Lapp (mandolin) – hunkered down for a week and a half to create Wild As We Came Here.
The band’s name is a tip of the hat to steam-powered trains, industrial progress and the buggies of their Mennonite lineage. Their musical style weaves through Americana and bluegrass, folk and old-time music, and the acoustic poetry of the finest singer-songwriters. By incorporating percussion and keyboards into their recording sessions for the first time, Wild As We Came Here adds new textures to their catalog, as themes of discovery and perseverance run throughout the collection.
“Few groups have come as far in such a short period of time as The Steel Wheels…” – NPR’s Mountain Stage
“What sets The Steel Wheels from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia apart from many bands is the combination of their stellar instrumentals, accentuated by the one of a kind lead vocal of [Trent] Wagler, and keenly supported by strong harmonies. Eric Brubaker on fiddle, Jay Lapp on mandolin, and Brian Dickel on bass weave in and out intricately throughout this record, painting vivid imagery which flows effortlessly, just teasing the lyrics enough to allow them to resonate within you.” – Country Standard Time