Della Mae (with Jacob Jolliff)DOORS OPEN: 6:00pmMEMBER PRE-SALE: Thursday, February 24th - 10:00amVIP ON SALE: Friday, February 25th - 10:00amGA ON SALE: Thursday, May 12th - 10:00amMollys Spirits VIP Lounge: Everyone over age 6 must have their own VIP ticket to gain entry to the Mollys Spirits VIP Lounge. 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.______________________________________________Della MaeDella Mae is a GRAMMY-nominated all-woman string band founded by lead vocalist/guitarist Celia Woodsmith and 2-time Grand National champion fiddle player Kimber Ludiker. Rounding out the lineup are guitarist Avril Smith, bassist Vickie Vaughn and mandolinist Maddie Witler.Hailing from across North America, and reared in diverse musical styles, Della Mae is one of the most charismatic and engaging roots bands touring today. They have traveled to over 30 countries spreading peace and understanding through music. Their mission as a band is to showcase top female musicians, and to improve opportunities for women and girls through advocacy, mentorship, programming, and performance. Following up 2020s Headlight, their new album Family Reunion features new members Maddie Witler and Vickie Vaughn and captures the joy of the band reuniting after more than a year of virtual collaboration, Zooms and group texts.Photo by Amanda KowalskiJacob JolliffJacob Jolliff grew up just south of Portland, OR. He was awarded a full scholarship to The Berklee College of Music in Boston in 2007. Shortly after graduating from Berklee, he won the National Mandolin Championship. In 2014, he joined the progressive bluegrass group, Yonder Mountain String Band. He toured with YMSB until the end of 2019, releasing two albums with them. Currently the mandolinist is focusing on his own group, The Jacob Jolliff Band, which includes some of the most virtuosic young acoustic musicians in the world. With The JJB, he released an album of all original material in 2018 entitled Instrumentals Vol. 1.