The State Theater has announced that it will host the Yonder Mountain String Band at 8 p.m. on November 7.

The bluegrass group was formed in 1998, influenced by everything from punk rock to the Grateful Dead, according to the State Theater statement.

The group’s ninth studio album will be released later this year, featuring members Adam Aijala, Ben Kaufmann, Dave Johnston, as well as the 2015 addition of Allie Kral and newcomer Nick Piccininni, according to the release.

Tickets can be purchased on the State Theater website and cost $ 40 if prepaid or $ 46 if purchased on the day of the show, according to the release.

The theater requires participants to be fully vaccinated or to present a negative coronavirus test result taken within 72 hours of the event.

According to the statement, individuals must bring photo ID to match their vaccination test or card – either shown as a photo or physical card – and all people must wear masks.

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