New Date - Friday March 18th, 2022. All original tickets will be honored
Show will start promptly at 8pm, without additional support act performances
*****IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR THIS SHOW*****
We are looking forward to seeing you soon and presenting an exciting season of shows this fall and the spring of 2022. We’ve missed you!
Please note that your safety is our priority. To that end, the following policies will be in effect:
· Upon entry, every patron (18 and older) must show photo ID that matches a completed vaccination record (dated at least 14 days before the show). Photocopy, a photo on your phone, or proof via the DOCKET app (covid19.nj.gov/pages/vaxrecords) will be acceptable. NY patrons can also show Excelsior Pass as proof. A negative COVID test will not be accepted for entry.
· Face coverings will be required to be worn at all times.
· Unvaccinated children of any age will not be permitted to attend.
· This will be a full capacity show with no social distancing
Proof of vaccination will also be required of volunteers, artists, and any accompanying crew.
Guidelines are subject to change at any time. Please refer to your pre-show email and the website (www.outpostintheburbs.org) for the latest policies applicable to your event. If you are not able to comply with our entry policy please email us at [email protected] to request a refund.
Please note that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By visiting Outpost in the Burbs, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. According to the CDC, COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective at preventing COVID-19 disease, especially severe illness and death. COVID-19 vaccines reduce the risk of people spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. Information on vaccination sites in New Jersey can be found here: https://covid19.nj.gov/pages/finder
We have made these decisions with health and safety as our utmost concern. We look forward to reopening and seeing you soon.
With warm regards - Outpost Board of Trustees
About The Roches
Mother and daughter Suzzy Roche and Lucy Wainwright Roche have shared a life on the road. Their 2013 recording "Fairytale and Myth” - the first recorded collaboration between them - won the Vox Pop best singer/songwriter CD for the Independent Music Awards. Their 2016 CD "Mud and Apples" was also nominated for an Independent Music Award. Lucy's release "Little Beast", was the winner of 2019 Independent Music Award for best singer/songwriter album. Suzzy has compiled and released a collection of songs written by her late sister, Maggie Roche entitled "Where Do I Come From” (2018) and has released her second novel, " The Town Crazy" (2020).
Suzzy Roche is a singer/songwriter/performer/author and founding member of the singing group The Roches. She has recorded over fifteen albums, written music for TV and Film, and toured extensively for thirty years across the U.S. and Europe. She performs with The Wooster Group in A Pink Chair/in place of a fake antique at the Performing Garage in NYC. Her children’s book "Want To Be In A Band?" (Random House) was published in February 2013. "Wayward Saints" (Hyperion/Voice) is her first novel and was a selection of the Spring 2012 Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Program.
Lucy Wainwright Roche has been compared to Joni Mitchell and Patti Griffin by NPR. She is the daughter of Suzzy Roche and Loudon Wainwright III, but has her own career as a touring songwriter and recording artist, having made five solo recordings. Her solo collection, the critically acclaimed "There’s a Last Time for Everything” was released in 2013 and her recording "Little Beast" was the #5 album on Folk Radio with 4 of the top 20 most played tracks. She has toured in the US and UK, and performs regularly with The Indigo Girls. Lucy is known for her crystal-clear voice and straightforward humorous stage presence.
Suzzy and Lucy released their third collaboration, "I Can Still Hear You" in October, 2020. Recorded from their New York City homes during the quarantine, this 11-track album showcases soul-searching, thought-provoking originals and perfectly chosen covers, along with guest appearances by Amy Ray and Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls. The 11 tracks, 8 original and 3 covers, explore themes of good and evil, youth and mortality, the absurd and the serious, the real and the imagined, and the connection between what is present and what is gone. Each of their albums together have documented a specific time and this one, according to Suzzy, “probably is the darkest, but at the same time, it's the most fanciful too. This time, there seemed an extra urgency about it.”
Their show is a fun-filled evening of smart, thoughtful, songs with plenty of familial harmonies.