Sierra Hull


Sierra Hull

Friday, Sept. 13, 7:30 p.m.
Weis Center Concert Hall

Sierra Hull is widely regarded as a master of the mandolin. She is a two-time Grammy-nominated artist and songwriter, recognized for her most recent projects, 25 Trips (2020) and Weighted Mind (2016). She is also the six-time recipient of the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Mandolin Player of the Year, the first woman to ever receive this distinction.

An acoustic music pioneer with an impressive multi-decade career, she has graced the country’s iconic stages, including Carnegie Hall, the Grand Ole Opry and the White House. Her virtuosic abilities have garnered respect from genre-defining trailblazers, friends and collaborators such as Alison Krauss, Sturgill Simpson, Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Béla Fleck, Bobby McFerrin and Brandi Carlile. Originally hailing from Byrdstown, Tenn., her unique sound is rooted in bluegrass, and she is widely considered one of acoustic music’s most inventive artists.

Ticket Information

Adults: $35
Seniors 62+ and subscribers: $28
Youth 18 and under: $25
Bucknell employees and retirees (limit two tickets): $25
Bucknell students (limit one ticket, ID required): Free
Non-Bucknell students: $25

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