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It looks like Fayetteville is finally going to get itself an intimate Damien Jurado show on Mount Sequoyah this summer.
The Washington-based singer-songwriter is set to perform at Clapp Auditorium on the Mount Sequoyah Center campus on Tuesday, June 28, officials announced this week.
The show was originally scheduled in May 2020, and has been rescheduled a few times since then.
The rescheduled performance is part of a summer tour to promote Jurado’s upcoming album, Reggae Film Star.
The performance is part of local music promoter Roger Barrett’s ongoing ‘On The Map’ series, which has recently featured groups like Waxahatchee, Illuminati Hotties, Katy Kirby, Om, Heart Bones, Torche, Black Belt Eagle Scout, Laura Stevenson and more.
Portland, OR indie folk artist Chris Purenka will open the show.
The all-ages show is set for 8 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.).
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, May 11 and cost $15 in advance or $20 at the door. For more info, or to purchase tickets, visit the Mount Sequoyah ticketing website.