Letter from Playing with Fire Founder/Producer

By Vanessa Marie

A LETTER FROM JEFF DAVIS

As some of you may know and most of you suspect Playing with Fire won’t happen in 2020. PwF has fallen victim to COVID-19’s canceled tours, closed borders, social distancing, and the inability of our international artists to meet their visa requirements. And that’s the BAD news.

Here is the good news: Although we have postponed until 2021 ALL of our artists have rebooked with us for 2021. We have, however, changed our dates and performance line-ups to accommodate artists with previous 2021 commitments.

And the really good news: To play “Catch-Up” we have added a 4th show to 2021. And, if things work out we would like to add two more concerts!

Dates and Artists confirmed for 2021 are:

FRIDAY/ JULY 16

Mike Zito Band

MonkeyJunk

SATURDAY / JULY 17

Ghost Town Blues Band

Delgres

Rex Granite Bank featuring Sarah Benck

TBD

FRIDAY / AUGUST 13

My Baby

Lachy Doley

TBD

SATURDAY / AUGUST 14

Catfish

Nikki Hill

Freeway

The PwF team is super excited about this line-up! We will tell you more about each artist in the coming months. PwF is planning a great 2021 season at the Capitol District in Omaha, Nebraska.

Until then, Stay Safe,

Jeff Davis
Founder/Producer
Playing with Fire

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About Playing with Fire 

Playing with Fire (PwF) vision is to support Omaha’s national reputation as a ‘music city,’ and build community through the power of music. Started in 2004, PwF has presented more than 100 free summer concerts that have helped introduce Omaha’s metro residents to the highest quality of local, national, and international musical talent playing blues, rock, soul, funk roots and R&B. Playing with Fire’s mission supports the local community, particularly the youth artist development program, BluesEd, which promotes music awareness and education for the children of our musical community. Playing with Fire is a 501(c)(3)  non-profit organization sustained through grants from the Nebraska Arts Council, Nebraska Cultural Endowment, Douglas County Visitor Improvement Fund, sponsorships, in-kind donations, and super volunteers. Visit https://www.playingwithfireomaha.net to learn more about Playing with Fire. Like and follow us on our social media on Facebook at PlayingwithFireConcert-OmahaTwitter and Instagram at PwFireOmaha.