Sierra Ferrell *SOLD OUT*
With Two Runner
DOORS: 5:30 PM
STARTS: 7:00 PM
Live on the OUTDOOR StageGenre: Country
Age Limit: Must be 12 or Older
Rain or Shine; NO CAMPING CHAIRS ALLOWED; Large Event Parking; No Refunds; Handicapped Seating & Parking Available
We are very excited to host you for the Sierra Ferrell show on the Outdoor Stage at Salvage Station this Saturday, June 3rd! Two Runner will be opening the show. Doors open at 5:30PM and the music starts at 7PM.
For those LUCKY folks who have tickets to this SOLD OUT event, we have some important information to share with you, so please keep reading and pass this along to any friends going to the show.
PARKING: DO NOT park along the railroad tracks, bike lanes, or at other businesses along Riverside Drive! YOU WILL BE TOWED!
PAID on-site parking opens at 4:30PM and is first-come, first-served. Handicap on-site parking is available for those who qualify.
FREE Parking will be available with complimentary shuttle service from 5PM to 11:30PM every 30 minutes (or faster, if traffic is good to us) just down the street in the Zen Tubing lot at 608 Riverside Drive and at the Asheville Visitor Center at 36 Montford Avenue.
Our neighbors on the other side of Southern States will be offering paid parking today as well, which is a short walk to Salvage Station along the railroad tracks. Please be safe walking to your car after dark and get a buddy to walk with you!
As always, PLEASE carpool, Uber, Lyft, Taxi, or bike when you can to help make parking available for all who need it. Salvage Station is not responsible for stolen items, so please lock your car and put valuables in your trunk out of sight. There is NO RE-ENTRY once your ticket has been scanned and there are no exceptions to this rule.
Camping chairs and blankets are NOT ALLOWED for this event due to space constraints. This is a SOLD OUT event. Handicap seating is available just outside of the main building.
This show is 12+ ONLY (No exceptions). All minors must be accompanied by their guardian at ALL TIMES or their entire party will be asked to leave.
***Please note: ONLY SMALL 6″ x 6″ BAGS ALLOWED INTO THE VENUE FOR THIS SHOW!
ALL guests are subject to being searched prior to entry.
EMPTY water bottles are allowed in an effort to cut down on waste. Remember to reduce, reuse and recycle!
HANDICAP on-site parking and seating are available for those who need it.
FOOD TRUCKS: We will have multiple food trucks here and Root Down Kitchen will be open, so come hungry!
CDC guidelines + band requirements + our venue policies are subject to change daily, so please keep your eyes on https://salvagestation.com/covid-policy/ for updates. We do not issue refunds based on our Covid-19 policies and reserve the right to change them at any time.
Check out our FAQ page here to learn details about large event parking options, what you can and cannot bring inside the venue, and MORE!
About Sierra Ferrell:
With her spellbinding voice and time-bending sensibilities, Sierra Ferrell makes music that’s as
fantastically vagabond as the artist herself. Growing up in small-town West Virginia, the singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist left home in her early 20s to journey across the country with a
troupe of nomadic musicians, playing everywhere from truck stops to alleyways to freight-train boxcars
speeding down the railroad tracks. After years of living in her van and busking on the streets of New
Orleans and Seattle, she moved to Nashville and soon landed a deal with Rounder Records on the
strength of her magnetic live show. Now, on her highly anticipated label debut Long Time Coming, Ferrell
shares a dozen songs beautifully unbound by genre or era, instantly transporting her audience to an
infinitely more enchanted world.
Co-produced by Stu Hibberd and 10-time Grammy Award-winner Gary Paczosa (Alison Krauss, Dolly
Parton, Gillian Welch), Long Time Coming embodies a delicate eclecticism fitting for a musician who
utterly defies categorization. “I want my music to be like my mind is — all over the place,” says Ferrell,
who recorded the album at Southern Ground and Minutia studios in Nashville. “I listen to everything from
bluegrass to techno to goth metal, and it all inspires me in different ways that I try to incorporate into my
songs and make people really feel something.” In sculpting the album’s chameleonic sound, Ferrell joined forces with a knockout lineup of guest musicians (including Jerry Douglas, Tim O’Brien, Chris Scruggs, Sarah Jarosz, Billy Strings, and Dennis Crouch), adding entirely new texture to each of her gracefully crafted and undeniably heartfelt songs.
A consummate musician’s musician, Ferrell found an easy camaraderie with the many luminaries who
accompanied her on Long Time Coming. To that end, her most cherished moments in the album’s
production include the recording of the soul-stirring choir-like harmonies of “West Virginia Waltz,” as well
as Rory Hoffman’s impromptu whistling on “Bells of Every Chapel.” (“Rory’s got one heck of a whistle on
him,” she marvels). At the same time, the making of Long Time Coming fully affirmed her affinity for lifers
like Strings. “Billy’s in it for the music, which is something we have in common,” she says. “We’re just
gonna keep playing till we’re not on this Earth anymore.”
While the wayward sound of Long Time Coming is in many ways a perfect echo of Ferrell’s free-spirited
nature, there’s also a much deeper intention at play: a desire to expand her listeners’ capacity for wonder, so that they might uncover some enchantment in their own lives. “A lot of us are taught to wake up, go to work, make money, eat, sleep, rinse, repeat,” says Ferrell. “It’s so easy to get caught up in that nine-to-five routine, and end up numb and dulled-down to everything. I want my music to help people break away from that — to get lost in their imagination, and start seeing how magical the world can be if you just pay attention.”
Listen to Sierra Ferrell:
About Two Runner:
Two Runner is Paige Anderson and Emilie Rose. The American Roots duo from Northern California embody the hills they grew up in. Through the mediums of clawhammer banjo, flatpicking guitar, vocal harmonies, and oldtime fiddle, Two Runner puts a hip take on the Appalachian feel.
Front woman Paige Anderson grew up touring in her family bluegrass band, Anderson Family Bluegrass, starting at the age of 9. The family of six traveled for about 12 years as Anderson Family Bluegrass and later The Fearless Kin. Paige wrote her first song with Chuck Ragan at 15, which kickstarted her love for songwriting. In the last few years, Paige has spent her time creating new music, played bass for Family of the Year (2018), wrote a plethora of new songs to share, and has been discovering a new sound for herself and Two Runner.
Fiddler Emilie Rose was raised on Scottish Fiddle and fiddle camps starting at the age of 9. In her early years, she led Celtic band The String Sisters who played together for 10 years in the Sierra Nevada Foothills. Emilie has a deep understanding and love for folk music traditions.
Emilie took the fiddle out of NorCal to study at Berklee College of Music, where she graduated in 2020. In her studies, Emilie was mentored by the greats such as Bruce Molsky, Natalie Haas, and Darol Anger.
Together, Two Runner brings a rich mix to the folk music world, with their harmonies, banjo pickin’, dirt kickin’ duo.