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A message from Terry Quiett Band:
Friends, we are very disappointed to announce this. Given concerns over the spike in COVID numbers in Sedgwick County and the life cycle we’ve seen on the coasts, we feel it is safest to postpone our March 5 concert scheduled at The Orpheum. We take the health and safety of the band, crew, Orpheum staff, and especially our fans, very seriously and want all of you to feel comfortable coming out and enjoying the show. The rescheduled performance date will be Saturday, September 24, 2022.
We know that a number of you travel to see us and want to make sure you have ample time to cancel/move reservations and adjust your travel plans. The silver lining to this is that we are using this unexpected shift as an impetus to release an album of new music by the time we all get together again at the rescheduled performance!
If there are issues and you are unable to attend the newly scheduled date, you can contact the Orpheum and they will assist you with the refund process. Refunds will be honored if requested by Monday, September 19, 2022.
Again, we are very sorry for this and only hope that all of you stay safe and healthy out there so we can get together in September!
-Terry Quiett Band
All tickets for the original performance date will be honored, so patrons should hold on to their tickets. If you are unable to attend the new date, refunds are available if requested by Monday, September 19, 2022. For ticket and refund inquiries, contact
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On March 10, 2012…Terry Quiett Band recorded their first live album at The Historic Orpheum Theatre. The band felt the night would be electric and so they had Multi Grammy winning Producer Jim Gaines join them to mix the show as it happened. So, they took a 2 hour show and laid their heart and soul on that stage in hopes of a great performance that folks would enjoy for years to come. Thus, releasing that night’s magic in October of 2012 on the album The Night at the Orpheum. So, on March 5, 2022 they will make their return to this historic venue to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of that magical night.
Since 2010, the Terry Quiett Band has become a mainstay across America’s Heartland. From 6th street in Austin…to the windy city of Chicago…through the mountains of Colorado…across the deserts of Arizona…jamming down on Beale Street in Memphis…wherever they went the band has won over young and old with their energetic and soulful sound.
On the road they grew very loyal fans and the pleasure of sharing the stage with rock and blues legends including Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, B.B King, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Johnny Winter, Robin Trower, Big Head Todd & the Monsters, .38 Special, Los Lonely Boys just to name a few…Releasing new music for the first time in 6 yrs in 2020 with Truth & Intent EP featuring 5 brand new tunes. The band released a DVD/Live album in the 2021 fall. Looking for them to release a new album in 2022 and will be on the road with a limited summer/fall tour.
Terry Quiett Band is joined by special guest The Avey Grouws Band.
|$20 Reserved||In Advance|
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The Orpheum Theatre now offers cashless concessions, a cash-free experience where only card and mobile payments are accepted. This allows for limited direct contact between guests and employees and expedites the purchasing process for all guests. For guests who prefer to pay in cash, a Cash-To-Card option will be available to exchange cash for a loaded Visa card (currently available in increments of $25 and $50). The prepaid Visa cards are available at no extra cost and can be used at all Orpheum concessions and bars. Any remaining balance left on the card can be used anywhere that Visa is accepted worldwide.
Please visit our COVID-19 Info page to familiarize yourself with our new health and safety measures and “What To Expect” prior to attending an event at the Orpheum Theatre.
Some of the health and safety measures we’re implementing will include:
Any updates to these procedures will be noted and updated here and on the COVID-19 Info page.
We are enhancing our health and safety measures for patrons, volunteers, staff, and visiting artists.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is a contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death.
By visiting the Orpheum Theatre, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.