Amy HelmDOORS OPEN: 6:00pmVIP ON SALE: Monday, May 9th - 10:00amGA ON SALE: Thursday, July 21st - 10:00amVIP TICKETS: Everyone over age 6 must have their own VIP ticket to gain entry to the VIP section. Please bring your digital or printed out ticket to the venue to gain entry and pick up your VIP wristband at the Levitt check-in tent upon arrival. VIP tickets are $35.00 per person and include the following:Access to premium viewing location in the VIP section1 FREE drink of choiceVIP bar access and separate bar lineLimited lounge seating (when available - you are encouraged to bring your own blanket & lawn chair to guarantee seating). FREE GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS: General Admission tickets are one ticket per person. Lawn seating, no chairs are provided. Free ticket holders are asked to arrive at the venue by 20 minutes past showtime, otherwise your ticket may be forfeit? to walkup guests.______________________________________________Amy HelmSinger-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Amy Helms third album, What the Flood Leaves Behind, is her most autobiographical yet, both in content and creation. Due out June 18th via Renew Records/BMG, these 10 songs represent a gathering of ideas and experiences, friends and collaborators. Yet, the album also marks a landing a pause for the traveling musician and mother of two young boys who was seeking clarity in her calling and career.After making multiple albums and performing in far-flung places, Helm returned home to Woodstocks Levon Helm Studios just before the pandemic to record What the Flood Leaves Behind and reclaim a sense of self.Going back to the place where I learned so much about how to express music, how to hold myself in music, how to listen to music, she begins, it was humbling in a funny way. I could see clearly where I came from and where I am now in my life. I was singing from a different place now and for a different reason.An impressive group of friends and collaborators joins Helm on What the Flood Leaves Behind. With musical polyglot Josh Kaufman (whose credits range from Taylor Swifts Folklore to the Grammy-nominated Bonny Light Horseman) producing and contributing on piano, guitar, and mandolin, the record brings Helms powerful, emotive vocals to the forefront of the album.