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Wilco Comes to Bend, Oregon at the Hayden Homes Amphitheater

WILCO

With Special Guests: Kamikaze Palm Tree

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Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Doors open at 5 PM

Show starts at 6:30 PM

 Starting at $45 – $79.50 + service fees

Chair rentals available while supplies last

Yoga mats and beach towels 30
Cashless Venue: All vendors will only accept payment with debit, credit or gift cards.
Clear Bag Policy: Only clear bags that measure no larger than 12-inches tall by 12-inches wide with a depth of 6 inches or less are allowed in the venue. Small, non-clear clutch bags that are 4.5-inches tall by 6.5-inches wide are the only exception.
BUY TICKETS

WILCO

With Special Guest: Kamikaze Palm Tree

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Doors open at 5 PM

Show starts at 6:30 PM

Starting at $45 – $79.50 + service fees

Chair rentals available while supplies last

Yoga mats and beach towels 30
Cashless Venue: All vendors will only accept payment with debit, credit or gift cards.
Clear Bag Policy: Only clear bags that measure no larger than 12-inches tall by 12-inches wide with a depth of 6 inches or less are allowed in the venue. Small, non-clear clutch bags that are 4.5-inches tall by 6.5-inches wide are the only exception.
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At this time there are no additional health and safety procedures to attend this show. Note, the pandemic situation changes rapidly and policies could be amended to reflect those changes.

WILCO

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Following the initial single “Falling Apart (Right Now), “Tired Of Taking It Out On You” is an earnest look of self-introspection: “I’m tired of taking it out on you // Tired of needing to // Freeze my warmth away // Tear the tears out of your quiet face.” Tweedy’s vocals unwind over muted percussion, electric and acoustic guitar, and the honeyed twang of lap steel. The video was filmed at the Loft, where Cruel Country was made.

I’ve realized over the years that a lot of the songs I’ve written have worked as reminders to myself to pay attention to various things,” says Tweedy. “Sometimes I think I’ve figured out how the world works in some small way, and I worry I’ll forget it if I don’t sing it back to myself occasionally. This song, I believe, is going to come in handy for just that purpose. I’m a person who needs to stay alert to how I’m treating others when I’m not feeling my best. And now that I mention it, when I look around, it seems like a lot of us have been taking things out on each other when we would be better served striving for understanding and empathy. I’m just trying to be honest with myself, and I guess I’m hoping if this song can help me focus on that, maybe someone else could find it useful in the same way.

Cruel Country is comprised, almost entirely, of live takes, with just a handful of overdubs, and is by Tweedy’s own definition, the band’s first Country music album.  Everyone – Tweedy, John Stirratt, Glenn Kotche, Mikael Jorgensen, Pat Sansone and Nels Cline  – was in the room, playing together at The Loft in Chicago.  “It’s a style of recording that forces a band to surrender control and learn to trust each other, along with each others’ imperfections, musical and otherwise,” says Tweedy. Cruel Country is an “American music” album about “America.” If you listen closely, there’s a rough chronology of how we got here, to present-day USA. It is an album that doesn’t shy away from troubles, and there’s no denying that we’re still living in a very troubled time. “Country music is simply designed to aim squarely at the low-hanging fruit of the truth,” says Tweedy. “If someone can sing it, and it’s given a voice… well, then it becomes very hard not to see. We’re looking at it. It’s a cruel country, and it’s also beautiful. Love it or leave it. Or if you can’t love it, maybe you’ve already left.

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WILCO

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Following the initial single “Falling Apart (Right Now), “Tired Of Taking It Out On You” is an earnest look of self-introspection: “I’m tired of taking it out on you // Tired of needing to // Freeze my warmth away // Tear the tears out of your quiet face.” Tweedy’s vocals unwind over muted percussion, electric and acoustic guitar, and the honeyed twang of lap steel. The video was filmed at the Loft, where Cruel Country was made.

I’ve realized over the years that a lot of the songs I’ve written have worked as reminders to myself to pay attention to various things,” says Tweedy. “Sometimes I think I’ve figured out how the world works in some small way, and I worry I’ll forget it if I don’t sing it back to myself occasionally. This song, I believe, is going to come in handy for just that purpose. I’m a person who needs to stay alert to how I’m treating others when I’m not feeling my best. And now that I mention it, when I look around, it seems like a lot of us have been taking things out on each other when we would be better served striving for understanding and empathy. I’m just trying to be honest with myself, and I guess I’m hoping if this song can help me focus on that, maybe someone else could find it useful in the same way.

Cruel Country is comprised, almost entirely, of live takes, with just a handful of overdubs, and is by Tweedy’s own definition, the band’s first Country music album.  Everyone – Tweedy, John Stirratt, Glenn Kotche, Mikael Jorgensen, Pat Sansone and Nels Cline  – was in the room, playing together at The Loft in Chicago.  “It’s a style of recording that forces a band to surrender control and learn to trust each other, along with each others’ imperfections, musical and otherwise,” says Tweedy. Cruel Country is an “American music” album about “America.” If you listen closely, there’s a rough chronology of how we got here, to present-day USA. It is an album that doesn’t shy away from troubles, and there’s no denying that we’re still living in a very troubled time. “Country music is simply designed to aim squarely at the low-hanging fruit of the truth,” says Tweedy. “If someone can sing it, and it’s given a voice… well, then it becomes very hard not to see. We’re looking at it. It’s a cruel country, and it’s also beautiful. Love it or leave it. Or if you can’t love it, maybe you’ve already left.

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Any items that are typically not brought to concerts and deemed inappropriate by our staff, we will ask you to check them at our concierge tent (free service) during the show.

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Date:
September 20
Cost:
$45 – $79.50
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Website:
https://bendconcerts.com/event/wilco

Venue

Hayden Homes Amphitheater
344 SW Shevlin Hixon Dr.
Bend, OR 97702 United States
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Phone:
541-312-8510
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