315 W Washington St
Goshen, IN 46526
Goshen Brewing Company along with 91.1 The Globe and Ignition Music Garage welcome Strand of Oaks back to Goshen in support of their new album, Eraserland.
Tim Showalter specializes in bold and anthemic indie Americana that draws from classic rock and folk. Showalter released his newest album, Eraserland, on March 22, and says, “These ten songs are about existing and continuing on, a testament to the hope that even if we feel like we are disappearing, there is that glimmer of light. You may not come out the same person you started as, but that’s okay. I’m glad this record is here now for whoever chooses to find it.”
Opening for Strand of Oaks will be Frankie Lee, The Claudettes hailing from Chicago, IL and James and The Drifters coming from Fort Wayne, IN.
The Claudettes fuse Chicago piano blues with the full-throttle energy of rockabilly and punk and the sultriness of 60s soul to write a thrilling new chapter in American roots music.
James and The Drifters are a 4 piece rock band. A brotherhood turned band. But always a brotherhood first. JATD invites you to rummage through the depths, lean into life and to follow a glow that is sometimes dimmed, but never extinguished. JATD is an exploration of passion, happiness, and the merger between music and the connection with ineffable things. The songs are hearty, the rhythm pulses, the harmonies cut, and their live performances entice. And there is no James, only Drifters.
Show sponsors: Aluminum Trailer Company (ATC), Eyedart Creative Studio, Janus Motorcycle, Matt Szynal of Edward Jones
Guest Beer Tent: Wedgewood Brewing Company, Middlebury, IN
Rulli’s Pizza food truck, Ben’s Pretzels, and the GBCo. BBQ trailer
Doors at 4:30 pm
Music starts at 5:30 with Frankie Lee kicking it off followed by The Claudettes, James & The Drifters, and headlining will be Strand of Oaks.
Tickets on sale now.
The $30 Guaranteed Admission ticket is non-refundable
If there are weather issues and we move the show to Ignition Music Garage, we will only refund the $20 tickets