Ruthie FosterDOORS OPEN: 6:00pmMEMBER PRESALE: Thursday, March 31st - 10:00amVIP ON SALE: Friday, April 1st - 10:00amGA ON SALE: Thursday, May 5th - 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.______________________________________________Ruthie FosterIn the tightknit musical community of Austin, Texas, its tough to get away with posturing. You either bring it, or you dont.If you do, word gets around. And one day, you find yourself duetting with Bonnie Raitt, or standing onstage with the Allman Brothers at New Yorks Beacon Theater and trading verses with Susan Tedeschi. You might even wind up getting nominated for a Best Blues Album Grammy four times. And those nominations would be in addition to your seven Blues Music Awards, three Austin Music Awards, the Grand Prix du Disque award from the Acadmie Charles-Cros in France, a Living Blues Critics Award for Female Blues Artist of the Year, and the title of an inspiring American Artist as a United States Artists 2018 Fellow.Theres only one Austinite with that rsum: Ruthie Foster. The small rural town of Gause, TX had no chance of keeping the vocal powerhouse known as Ruthie Foster to itself. Described by Rolling Stone as pure magic to watch and hear, her vocal talent was elevated in worship services at her community church. Drawing influence from legendary acts like Mavis Staples and Aretha Franklin, Foster developed a unique sound unable to be contained within a single genre. That uniqueness echoes a common theme in Ruthies life and career - marching to the beat of her own drum.