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April 3 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Ronnie Russell, also known as Rangus, is a Burlington musician who brings a bright blend of soul and realness to the scene with her original songs. Her skills on guitar and harmonica show through in her live music, but you can also hear her play bass, drums, and keyboard in her recorded music. Ronnie’s songs are upbeat and groovy, with instrumental jams in her original pieces. However, she also brings a bit of nostalgia and a bittersweet comfort in some familiar folk and rock covers. You can check out her songs on Bandcamp, and lookout for new music coming this spring.
Attend in person (info below) or watch the stream live on Facebook!

Free w/ Suggested Donation of $5 (Ronnie is donating her tips to Pride Center’s Trans program)| All Ages | Reservations recommended

Dinner is available from 5-9 PM as well as bar service from 5-10 PM.
Reservations are available for tables up to 10 (As long as you live within the same household) with your own socially distanced sections and personal party lights!
The show is inside with socially distanced tables spaced at least 8′ apart. Strict COVID safety measures will be in place including cleaning and sanitization throughout the night, masks required anytime when not seated, (and encouraged to be worn as much as possible), and touchless ordering systems. The stage is separated by a plexiglass screen from the audience.
We ask all guests to certify they are following all Vermont travel and quarantine guidelines and are willing to follow our COVID safety procedures.
If you come in contact with someone with COVID or have symptoms (respiratory, loss of smell, or similar) please do not attend. Refunds will be given upon request. Thanks for helping us to provide a safe space to enjoy live music in these challenging times.


April 3
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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