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Dar Williams

Friday, October 29 @ 8:00 pm

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Friends of the MPOH
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On sale June 25, 10:00 am

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Oct 29, 8:00 pm
Doors open: 7:00 pm


All Ages

With Madison Singer-Songwriter Heather Maloney

Dar Williams was always in the right place at the right time for the success she’s had over a 25+-year career. She rose out of the vibrant mid-90’s Boston scene, inspired by the eclectic influences of alt-rockers, Berklee jazz musicians, slam poets, and folk artists, like Patty Griffith, Melissa Ferrick, the Throwing Muses, Vance Gilbert, and Jonatha Brooke.

Williams will play the Mineral Point Opera House stage on Friday, October 29, 2021. Opening act will be Madison singer/songwriter Heather Maloney. Tickets for the show will be $40 for VIP orchestra and box seats ($45 day of show) and $30 for the rest of the theatre ($35 day of show). The show will begin at 8 p.m., with doors opening at 7 p.m. Tickets for the general public will go on sale Friday, June 25 at PurplePass. Members of Friends of the MPOH will be able to purchase tickets during a special presale beginning Friday, June 11. For more information about Friends of the MPOH, go to friends.mpoh.org.

After a year of touring non-stop with her first album, The Honesty Room, in 1994, she was invited by Joan Baez to tour in Europe and The United States. Meanwhile, thanks to her avid supporters and 100,000+ sales for each new album, Dar’s literate but highly-listenable songs were showing up everywhere from commercial radio to college reading lists.

By 1997, she was on main stages throughout North America, including Lilith Fair, Newport Folk Festival, Bumbershoot, Carnegie Hall and Canadian festivals from Vancouver to Nova Scotia. At the turn of millennium, Dar took the opportunity to branch out further. Aside from her eleven studio albums to date, she has written two highly acclaimed young adult novels for Scholastic Inc., written a green blog for Huffington Post, taught a popular course about music and social movements at Wesleyan University, and written What I Found in a Thousand Towns, a book about social-capital based urban planning, based on her extensive touring observations, for Hachette Publishing Group.

Over the last eight years she has also led a well-loved songwriting retreat, Writing a Song that Matters, guiding the creative process as both a seasoned songwriter and a kindred spirit to all who attend.

She is excited to be returning to the road with a new album titled “I’ll Meet You Here” to be release by Renew/BMG in the fall of 2021