THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. WE WILL REACH OUT TO ALL TICKET HOLDERS DIRECTLY REGARDING REFUND AND/OR EXCHANGE OPTIONS.
Ali Awan was born to an immigrant Pakistani father and first-generation Turkish mother just outside of Philadelphia, spending most of his early life in transit. After his debut release “Citadel Blues,” an eastern cityscape of sampled drums, field recordings, and instrumentation dubbed “ferocious” by WBEZ’s Sound Opinions host and Chicago Tribune writer Jim DeRogatis, Awan formed an alternating live band and has been writing, touring, and recording under his name ever since.
Tickets are $75 per car and limited to 5 passengers per car (not including children under 12).
People’s Light has its own large and well-lit parking lot, located on our property, with plenty of spaces for both the Leonard C. Haas and Steinbright theatres. Parking at People’s Light is always FREE.
Relaxed Performances – A welcoming environment that lets our patrons express themselves freely, without judgment or inhibition. These live theatre experiences invite and encourage individuals with autism, ADD, ADHD, dementia and sensory sensitivities to enjoy the performance in our “shush-free” zone.