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For those attending Jane Siberry’s performances – a helpful guide!

Needless to say, Revolution Gallery is very excited for Jane Siberry’s performances tomorrow! Looking forward to having everyone at the gallery. All Attendees at both performances will receive a download gift card from Jane of her latest recording.
 
IMPORTANT INFO
 

2:00pm PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE —

 
There is a list of the attendees with our doorman who greets everyone. Doors are at 1:00pm for the 2:00pm performance. Seating is General Admission. Revolution Gallery’s wine bar will be open with a special wine / beer menu (and nonalcoholic seltzers available). Credit cards are accepted.
 
Performance starts promptly at 2:00pm. with David Kane opening.
 
Jane will perform afterwards, and following her performance, there is a Q&A session with her.
 
 
PARKING —
We are located at 1419 Hertel Avenue, between Norwalk and North Park.
 
There is a public parking lot behind the Bank of America, at the corner of Hertel and Norwalk.
 
Attendees are encouraged to park on either of the side streets (Norwalk or North Park. Please note the signs on the streets indicating which side to park on); or, if you park on Hertel Avenue, please know the parking pay kiosks give a max park time of 2 hours on their printed receipts for your dashboard.
 
Use the “Buffalo Roam” app (available in the IOS App store and in Google Play; find the info online here – https://www.buffaloroamapp.com). The app allows for the two hour parking on Hertel, and the option to renew for another hour at the end of the two hour session.
 
Taking a Lyft / Uber is also helpful. : )
 
 

8:00pm PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE —

 
There is a list of the attendees with our doorman who greets everyone. Doors are at 7:00pm for the 8:00pm performance. Seating is General Admission. Revolution Gallery’s wine bar will be open with a special wine / beer menu (and nonalcoholic seltzers available). Credit cards are accepted.
 
Performance starts promptly at 8:00pm. with David Kane opening.
 
Jane will perform afterwards, and following her performance, there is a Q&A session with her.
 
PARKING —
We are located at 1419 Hertel Avenue, between Norwalk and North Park. On Hertel Avenue, after 5:00pm, the parking is free. There is a lot of activity on Hertel, especially on Friday evenings, so parking may be a bit tight on our block (we are across the street from the North Park Theatre). Attendees are encouraged to park on the side streets (Norwalk or North Park), or at the public parking lot behind Bank of America at the corner of Hertel and Norwalk.
 
Taking a Lyft / Uber is also helpful. : )

JANE SIBERRY

TWO PERFORMANCES

Friday, November 16th | 2:00pm (Tickets Available) 

Purchase Tickets Here

Friday, November 16th | 8:00pm (Sold Out)

Revolution Gallery is pleased and excited to announce an intimate evening of music, conversation, and art with the iconic and enigmatic singer / songwriter / artist Jane Siberry. After the music performance, there will be a Q&A session with Jane.  Acclaimed multi-instrumentalist David Kane is opening the evening.

ABOUT JANE SIBERRY
Jane Siberry is one of music’s most unique and gifted singer-songwriters. Blessed with a sincere integrity and emotional depth, she has released 14 studio albums, including her well-loved signature song “Calling All Angels.” Jane’s songs have been covered by numerous artists, including k.d. lang with her stunning renditions of “Love is Everything” and the 23rd Psalm-inspired “The Valley.”

She is recognized as a forward-thinking artist, using her creativity both in song and in how she operates in the music business. She was one of the first to set up ‘self-determined transactions’ (pwyw). She continues to explore ways to live healthily as an artist creating an online style-store, webinars, ‘Janetakes’ (feedback for artists) and passive income streams in order to ‘keep the joy up’ and to remain aware that ‘it is a privilege to be a musician’.

She is on tour for 7 months from November 2018 until June 2019 in her home country Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the USA performing with equal enthusiasm at Carnegie Hall and living rooms around the world. Siberry’s shows have a reputation for becoming a story on their own. Expect to be stimulated, entertained, temporarily worried and ultimately glad to be alive.

She will be performing favourites such as “The Taxi Ride,” “Calling All Angels,” and her exciting new songs.