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Date: May 23rd, 2024
Time: 7:30 PM until 10:00 PM

Get your Memorial Day Weekend off to an early start when Nashville-based trio Dallas Ugly make their Sundilla debut on Thursday, May 23. This will be our first Pebble Hill concert of 2024, so if the weather cooperates, it will take place outside. Showtime is 7:30 p.m.

Advance tickets are $20 and can be found at Spicer’s Music, Ross House Coffee, Foodies, and online. Admission at the door will be $25 and $15 for students with an ID. Children ages 12 and under are free. Free coffee, tea, water, and food will be available, and the audience is invited to bring their own favorite food or beverage.


About Dallas Ugly:

Dallas Ugly has been described as “equal parts playful and mature,” and their debut album was called “full of shimmering magic” and “as unique as it is dreamy;” Nashville Scene said “This is a record that deserves a lyric sheet.”

Eli Broxham, Libby Weitnauer, and Owen Burton have been friends and collaborators for more than a decade, but Dallas Ugly wasn’t officially formed until 2020 following Weitnauer, Broxham, and Burton’s decision to move to Nashville together after years apart. Prior to the reunion, Burton was serving with the Peace Corps in Senegal, Weitnauer was immersing herself in the New York City music scene, and Broxham was gigging in the bluegrass and country scene of Chicago, the city where the trio initially met.

In the three years that have ensued since moving to Tennessee, they have been busy not only shaping the future of Dallas Ugly but also performing with a slew of other Nashville artists as respected side people, experiences which have influenced the development of the band’s sound. As the three bandmates have moved into a new chapter, so has their music.

On their current batch of material, they’ve also had the luxury of writing alongside one another, which has enabled their highly collaborative process to dive even deeper. “We know our sound will continue to evolve, but it feels like after a few years of touring and writing together, we’ve landed on something that articulates our musical vision in a way that other people can access that vision, too.”