*****IMPORTANT COVID-19 IMFORMATION FOR THIS SHOW*****
We are looking forward to seeing you soon and presenting an exciting season of shows this fall. We’ve missed you!
Please note that your safety is our priority. To that end, the following policies will be in effect:
· This will be a full capacity show with no social distancing
· Upon entry, every patron must show 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.
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 you will receive a refund for tickets purchased prior to our COVID policy announcement on 7/29/2021. Please email us at [email protected] to make this request.
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 Jayhawks
The incredible harmonies and distinctive arrangements of The Jayhawks set them apart from the rest of the Minneapolis music scene that emerged in the 1980s. Over the course of almost 4 decades, 11 albums, countless memorable live shows and enough personal drama to fill a couple of Behind the Music episodes, this beloved band soared to heights few ever achieve while winning the hearts and minds of numerous critics, fans and peers in the process.
After releasing 2 Indie albums in the 80s, The Jayhawks had become a driving force and inspiration behind the growing Americana movement in the early 1990s. Combining the talents of singer-songwriters Gary Louris and Mark Olson, The Jayhawks released their major label debut, the acclaimed Hollywood Town Hall (1992) on the Def American label. This was followed by Tomorrow the Green Grass (1995), which produced the alternative radio hit single “Blue.”
When Olson left to pursue a solo career, Louris singularly took over the songwriting role in The Jayhawks creating the band’s enduring sound on some of their best selling and well-received albums including Sound of Lies (1997), Smile (2000) and Rainy Day Music (2003).
Louris continues to write and tour with the longtime core group of Marc Perlman, Karen Grotberg, and Tim O’Reagan. While the touring line-up has changed over the years and Olson briefly reappeared in 2010 to record and tour, this classic lineup maintains a commitment to excellence and forward motion in their shows and in their recordings. Paging Mr. Proust (2016), was produced in Portland with Peter Buck and Tucker Martine and found the band moving in several new exciting directions. The band's 10th studio album, Back Roads And Abandoned Motels, was released in the summer of 2018, featuring Jayhawks versions of songs Gary Louris had previously written with other artists plus 2 new compositions. In July 2020 The Jayhawks released their latest album, XOXO, that features songwriting and lead vocal contributions from all 4 core members.
The Jayhawks have made music in 4 different decades and are as vital now as they were in 1985. They definitely have earned their reputation as a true American treasure.