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Anaïs Mitchell, Bonny Light Horsemen, and S. Carey to Hit Pablo Center Stage

evening features Tony and Grammy Award-winning musicians, along with a heaping dose of indie-rock talent

Parker Reed |

A WOMAN OF MANY TALENTS: In addition to being a Grammy-nominated musician, Anais Mitchell is also a Tony Award-winning stage performer for his musical 'Hadestown.' (Submitted photo)
A WOMAN OF MANY TALENTS. In addition to being a Grammy-nominated musician, Anaïs Mitchell is also a Tony Award-winning stage performer for her musical "Hadestown." (Submitted photo)

A bountiful night of indie-rock magic is slated for The Pablo Center this February. 

Tony Award-winning performer Anaïs Mitchell and Grammy-nominated folk outfit Bonny Light Horseman are set to bringing their co-headlining tour to the Pablo Center at the Confluence on Saturday, Feb. 5, at 7:30pm. Joining them to open the night will be Eau Claire’s own S. Carey, an established solo artist who also performs with world-renowned indie artist Bon Iver. 

Mitchell has made waves as a singer-songwriter on Broadway, and her smash hit Hadestown won eight Tony Awards in 2019, including Best Musical.

Bonny Light Horseman features a supergroup trio lineup comprising Mitchell, Eric D. Johnson (Fruit Bats and The Shins), and Josh Kaufman (Hiss Golden Messenger, Bob Weir, The National).

Bonny Light Horseman will perform selections from their 2020 Grammy-nominated, self-titled album, consisting of traditional folk songs with a contemporary twist. Following their performance will be Mitchell solo, where she will share songs from her forthcoming self-titled album due out on Jan. 28. 

Tickets for the performance are available now at