Arlo Guthrie Jacksonville FL Tickets, Florida Theatre Jacksonville, Jan 23, 2019, Concert
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Arlo Guthrie Jacksonville Concert Tickets in Jan 23, 2019 at Florida Theatre Jacksonville in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Arlo Guthrie North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Arlo Guthrie Tour Page.


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Florida Theatre Jacksonville
128 East Forsyth Street
32202
Jacksonville, FL, US

Biography

Arlo Davy Guthrie (born July 10, 1947) is an American folk singer-songwriter. Like his father, Woody Guthrie, he is known for singing songs of protest against social injustice, and storytelling around a song. Guthrie's best-known work is his debut piece, "Alice's Restaurant Massacreeu201d, a satirical talking blues song about 18 minutes in length that has since become a Thanksgiving anthem. More...

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9 Responses to “Arlo Guthrie Jacksonville FL Tickets, Florida Theatre Jacksonville, Jan 23, 2019, Concert”

  1. Cornelia Cerqueira

    Arlo Guthrie and his family brought warmth and love to the stage! This was an incredible time spent hearing words and music from legends of our time. A wonderful tribute to Woody Guthrie and beloved songs from Arlo, Sara Lee as well as Donavon and Bob Dylan. So glad I could share this with my sister!

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  2. Dylan Sause

    wonderful place with great and friendly staff. very helpful.

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  3. Iona Stoud

    I have yet to hear a more talented person at the Uptown. Arlo is very good at connecting with you regardless of your age. I had not considered him a spiritual person before I experienced his show. His lyrics and demeanor express his connection with God. His humor is unsurpassed, and talent great!

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  4. Jarrod Stocking

    Still funny and so worth the distance we traveled to see him.

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  5. Kenneth Tojo

    This was my first time getting to see Arlo in concert. I actually flew into KC to see this show at the historic Uptown theatre in Kansa City, MO. The crowd was sparse and it concerned me that this might bum Arlo out and affect his performance. Well, my concerns could not have been more misplaced. Arlo came out, looking great, picking and singing as if he was still in his 20’s. Also, he was absolutely charming and told a story about virtually every song he performed. And the audience, mostly seniors reliving the mood of the 60’s and 70’s, responded with great vigor, appreciation, and genuine affection for the man.

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  6. Maire Hirschberg

    He played old favorites and newer stuff as well. He even played the Massacree!! We weren’t expecting that as it wasn’t on the setlist but it was a rare treat!

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  7. Quentin Venuti

    The percussion was a little overpowering at times. You couldn’t hear Mr. Guthrie sing.

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  8. Emeline Hussong

    Arlo was worth every penny I paid for our two seats. It was worth getting lost in the ghetto on our way there. It was worth having to run to our car in a drenching rain when it was over and then creeping home in a downpour so terrible that half the cars pulled over and waited for the storm to blow over. Yes, Arlo was THAT good.

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  9. Lupe Kimbriel

    ******************Great music and stories**************

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