Living legend, songwriter and singer, Arlo Guthrie, returns to the Big Top for his seventh appearance on the Chautauqua stage this summer on Thursday, July 9 at 7:30 PM. Guthrie will present material from throughout his illustrious career and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the event that inspired his seminal song “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree.”
This is a day when people put aside differences and enjoy the company of others while having a good time. Enjoy the big, brand-new canvas tent with state-of-the-art stage and sound system and one of folk music’s legends: Arlo Guthrie.
Mr. Guthrie has performed everywhere from Carnegie Hall too, well, just about everywhere! Born in Coney Island, Brooklyn, Arlo is the eldest son of America’s beloved singer, songwriter and philosopher Woody Guthrie. Arlo grew up surrounded by dancers and musicians like Pete Seger, Leadbelly, Ramblin Jack Elliott, and Brownie McGee. Arlo gave his first public performance and age 13 and is pleased to return to Lake Superior’s Big Top Chautauqua for his seventh appearance.
Tickets are now on sale. You can purchase tickets online, or call 715-373-5552. Lodging in town will be hard to come by on the night of this show, so don’t forget to make your lodging plans at the Old Rittenhouse Inn soon. Click here for lodging availability for the Arlo Guthrie show, 50th Anniversary of Alice’s Restaurant Massacree on July 9 at 7:30 PM at Lake Superior’s Big Top Chautauqua.