Billy Prine & the Prine Time Band presents: Songs of John Prine
All tickets are ‘Will Call’. You do not need a mobile or printed ticket. Your name will be on a list at the venue and will be checked by a Payomet volunteer or staff member. Doors will open 1 hour prior to the event.
Note that all tickets are 'General Admission' meaning you are guaranteed a seat within your selected section, however not a specific seat. General Admission seats are first come, first served. Please arrive no earlier than 1 hour before the show.
Tickets are non-refundable.
Payomet is located at Highlands Center at Cape Cod National Seashore. In partnership with the National Park Service, all smoking is prohibited on federal lands.
Outside food and drink are prohibited.
"Billy Prine knows he has big shoes to fill when it comes to paying tribute to the songs of his brother, and that’s coming from a man who stands 6 feet, 6 inches tall." – Green Bay Press Gazzette
Honoring the music of the late legend John Prine, his brother Billy Prine & the Prine Time Band will join us under the Payoment tent on Sunday, October 1 for a special matinee concert.
Billy Prine is a natural-born storyteller just like his late, great brother John Prine was a natural-born songwriter. John was a great communicator of the human experience whittled down to the best words. His big, little brother, owner of a rich, booming voice yet full of subtleness, is one of the finest orators you’ll ever hear – also choosing just the right turn of phrase.
During these concerts celebrating John’s life in song, Billy will tell stories about or surrounding some of John’s most beloved songs before leading his band through his version of John’s timeless masterpieces. As an example, fans will get to hear the first time John played his classic song “Paradise” for their father as the family sat around the kitchen table.
Songs are stories, novellas, if you will, and stories often become songs. It is only fitting that in the course of each show during this tour, that Billy relates – as only he can – the stories that surround the songs of his dear brother John.
Ticket Price: $29*-$45* // Members: $27-$42
*Note that ticket prices may increase day-of-show