Garrin Benfield

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Carriage House Concerts

Carriage House Concerts

Thursday, September 26th, 2013
Start time: 7:00pm

Garrin Benfield
Carriage House Concerts
San Francisco, 94117
Please RSVP to: [email protected]

About The Show:
Suggested Donation: 15

Carriage House Concerts is so lucky to have the pleasure of hosting Garrin Benfield for our September show!

PLEASE NOTE: You must RSVP to reserve a seat for this show! There are only 30 tickets available. Most of our shows sell out early.

Here's what to expect:

• Bring a *cash* donation (of $15 or more!) per guest... which will go to pay our artist(s) for their time and talent.

• Bring a snack or simple dish to pass. The Carriage House will supply beverages (beer, soda, wine, juices, etc).

• Doors open at 6:45 pm. // Potluck begins at 7:00 pm. Please arrive promptly.

• After eating, drinking, and a little social time, we will settle into our seats for the show. (We have actual seating for about 15-20, the rest will be on the carpeted floors.

• Concert starts at 8 pm. There will be two sets, about 40 minutes each, with a 20 minute intermission.

• Meet the artist(s); go home happy; tell your friends!


Please keep in mind that parking in the Haight Ashbury can be a challenge. Give your self extra time if you plan to drive.

Public transit: 5, 6, 21, 33, 37, 48, 71, N-Judah -- all within 7 minutes walk or less from the Carriage House.

We have bike parking in the courtyard; be sure to bring a lock!

Garrin Benfield:

“The Wave Organ Song” is Garrin Benfield’s fifth full length CD of original songs. He gained notice in 2000 with his stark tribute to Matthew Shepard, “What You’re Hiding”, which was used in a production of the Laramie Project. In 2002, after recording his second CD, “Nowhere is Brighter” with Bonnie Raitt’s rhythm section and guest Boz Scaggs, Benfield took up a relentless touring schedule, both as a solo artist and with his band. Some of these increasingly improvisation-heavy sets were documen...

About Our Series:
We love opening our home to outstanding artists who perform in a cozy, intimate setting. We regularly host house concerts in the eclectic Haight Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco.

House concerts are an amazing way to enjoy live music with friends and connect with the artist in a more personal way. If you are not sure what a house concert is like, please watch the short Invitation Video below!

Video: You're invited to (What is) a House Concert!