Yonder Salmon Dusters - In Person

Presented by Center for the Arts

The Center Presents
Yonder Salmon Dusters, a curated show of Bluegrass and Jam Band All Stars
March 10 and 11 / 7 pm
In-person limited audience

These shows are SOLD OUT, please join waitlist here.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are utilizing pod seating for this event. This means that you are required to buy all seats within an individual pod. If you do not see a pod that is the same size as your party, please call The Center's Box Office at (307) 733-4900.


Adam Aijala (guitar, vocals - Yonder Mtn String Band)

Adam Aijala is a guitarist, singer, songwriter, and founding member of the progressive bluegrass band, Yonder Mountain String Band. It was the music of the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin that first drew him to the guitar, but by the time he had his first guitar lesson he was learning to play punk, hardcore, and metal songs. At 17, Aijala picked up his first acoustic guitar and when he found bluegrass in college he realized the energy was similar to punk. Aijala blends these influences and many others into both his guitar playing and songwriting that he shares with Yonder Mountain and other projects.

Drew Emmitt (mando, guitar, vocals - Leftover Salmon)

If the Mount Rushmore of progressive bluegrass mandolin players is ever built, Leftover Salmon’s Drew Emmitt’s image will be on it alongside fellow legends like Sam Bush and David Grisman, who he channels every time he steps on stage. Emmitt got his start at an early age in his hometown of Boulder, Colorado taking lessons from Hot Rize’s Tim O’Brien. He soon joined the progressive bluegrass group The Left Hand String Band, which eventually led to the formation of Leftover Salmon alongside Vince Herman.

Greg Garrison (bass - Leftover Salmon)

Greg Garrison is the long time bass player for Leftover Salmon. Known for always laying down a solid foundation regardless of musical style, he has worked with an impressive cross-section of artists including Punch Brothers, Chris Thile, Sam Bush, Lyle Lovett, Bill Frisell, Bryan Sutton, Dave Douglas, Don Byron, and Ron Miles. In his “spare time,” he is also a full-time music professor at the University of Colorado Denver.

Jeremy Garrett (fiddle, looping, vocals - Infamous Stringdusters)

Jeremy Garrett is the fiddle player, singer, and songwriter for the Infamous Stringdusters. Jeremy also has a number of solo recordings and plays several looping shows every year that is centered around vocals, fiddle, guitar, and mandolin along with effects and some beats.


Center Safety Measures

The Center is limiting this intimate experience to a 100-person audience to ensure social distancing. The airflow in The Center has been stepped up to bring more outside air in and circulate old air out. The HVAC filtration has all been upgraded to Merv 13 filtration to guarantee the highest quality of air. Before and after each show The Center’s sanitizer fogger will be run through the theater to ensure the space has been sanitized for patrons.

In-person audience members will be asked to show either print at home tickets or e-tickets in order to eliminate person to person contact, standard paper tickets will not be available from The Center Box Office. Masks will be required at all times, if a patron is seated in a ticketed seat they may temporarily remove their mask to enjoy a beverage, but are asked to replace it when not drinking. In addition, The Center’s concessions offerings will be limited and patrons are asked to only visit the concession stand once and make a one-time purchase. Bathroom use during the show is limited, please use restrooms before or after the performance.

You’ll notice green dots on the floor in the lobby as you enter, these are our 6-foot markers, please as you enter the theater use these to practice social distancing.

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