Natalie Prass Phoenix AZ Tickets, Valley Bar, Oct 2, 2018, Concert
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Natalie Prass Phoenix Concert Tickets in Oct 2, 2018 at Valley Bar in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Natalie Prass North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Natalie Prass Tour Page.


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Valley Bar
130 N. Central Ave
85004
Phoenix, AZ, US

Biography

Natalie Jean Prass (born March 15, 1986) is an American singer-songwriter from Richmond, Virginia. Her self-titled debut album was released on January 27, 2015, through Spacebomb and Columbia Records. More...

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12 Responses to “Natalie Prass Phoenix AZ Tickets, Valley Bar, Oct 2, 2018, Concert”

  1. Gil Chandler

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

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  2. Johana Maccoll

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply
  3. Lanny Laubhan

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply
  4. Suellen Pullman

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply
  5. Luz Eflin

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply
  6. Tempie Sarinana

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply
  7. Kellie Feth

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply
  8. Napoleon Bramlett

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply
  9. Sharita Flueck

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply
  10. Ronnie Carballo

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply
  11. Delora Orwick

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply
  12. Ofelia Conine

    It was a Sunday evening and I was doubting why I’d bought the tickets 4 months earlier – due to the darkness descending earlier now and the uncertainty of what the experience would be. It was a great experience that has been carrying me through my work week. The opening band Loamlands were excellent. Then Natalie Prass and her band came on and totally surprised me. She and her band are great live, even though at times I felt the musicians overtook her voice. Love, loved their version of Sound of Silence. Looking forward to buying her newest musical gift.

    Reply

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