Tony Award Winner Duncan Sheik Brings ‘The Sunset Sessions Tour’ to The Birchmere This Sunday at 7:30 PM

Tony Award winner Duncan Sheik (for his score of Spring Awakening) brings his THE SUNSET SESSIONS TOUR to The Birchmere – 3701 Mount Vernon Avenue, in Alexandria, VA at 7:30 PM. Joining him will be Courrier, and Laura Warshauer.

Sunset Sessions Tours will include alumni artists hitting all of the major cities including Vegas, Denver, New York, Philadelphia as well as very important music markets that have valuable community oriented Triple A Radio stations such as Wilmington NC, Columbia SC and many more. The goal of the tour is to give the radio stations that are involved in each market an opportunity to choose charity or cause that is important to them or their community and we would use this evening of talent to be supportive of that charity & radio station in any ways we can collectively come up with – ie, bring a toy for a “toys for tots” or bring a canned good, or do a tix override to benefit a local school, do an artist meet-n-greet, or beach clean up together etc. The vision is to have these alumni artists tour together, sharing resources, like tour bus, road manager, merch person, publicists, promo people, labels, managers etc to benefit each other, the radio station and the community however we can!

Duncan Sheik Official Website
Courrier Official Website
Laura Warshauer Official Website 
Venue info and map

Purchase tickets here.

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