About This Event
Orchestra level seating is general admission and balcony level seating is reserved. If your GA ticket has a row and seat number, it is for filing purposes in our ticket system. Please call our box office at 417-863-9491 with any questions.
The Gillioz is a historic venue built in 1926. As a result of this, the seating in the balcony is closer together than the seating in the orchestra section. If you or a member of your party is tall and require more leg room, we would advise purchasing tickets in the orchestra section.
In the 15 years since their formation, the band’s infectious vitality has only magnified in appeal, as proven with the release of their 2018 album Free Yourself Up. Along with earning lavish acclaim, the Boston-bred act’s most recent full-length debuted in the top ten on the Billboard 200, and spent a virtually unprecedented seven-and-a-half months on the non-commercial radio charts.
Lake Street Dive came to life in 2004, when the original members were studying at the New England Conservatory for Music in Boston; Akie Bermiss joined the band on keys in 2017. Over the coming years, the band steadily built a following through a series of independent album releases, countless club tours. and a few lucky breaks. In 2016 they made their Nonesuch Records debut with Side Pony, an album deemed “irresistible” by Rolling Stone. Arriving in May 2018, Free Yourself Up drew praise from outlets like PopMatters – who, on their Best Pop Albums of 2018 list, noted that Free Yourself Up “cleverly pulls of the rare hat-trick of not only being the band’s most instantly accessible album but also their best” – while lead single Good Kisser held fast in the top 5 at Americana radio for over a month. Most recently, Lake Street Dive released Freak Yourself Out; a five-song 10-inch EP composed of bonus tracks from the Free Yourself Up sessions.
Known for their kinetic live show, Lake Street Dive is on a European headlining tour in April and will tour this summer with the Avett Brothers, including dates at L.A.’s Greek Theatre and Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre. This is a rare opportunity to see Lake Street Dive at the Historic Gillioz Theatre before they make their summer appearances at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and the Newport Folk Festival.