CANCELED - The Secret Sisters

Stunning Southern harmonies

Friday, March 15, 2019

7:30 p.m. // Discovery Theatre

Unfortunately, The Secret Sisters have to cancel their March 15 concert in Anchorage. Ticketholders can refund, donate, or exchange their tickets for another show through the CenterTix box office.

We value our patrons and apologize for the inconvenience. We were looking forward to this show and regret that we are unable to reschedule at this time.

A message from the artists:

We are very sorry to announce that due to personal reasons, we need to cancel our show in Anchorage on March 15. Please know that this decision did not come easily, and we hate to cancel any gig. We still hope to come to Alaska and look forward to joining you all in Anchorage as soon as we can. With love, Laura and Lydia

Ticketholders have three options:

1. Exchange your tickets

Exchange your tickets for another Anchorage Concert Association show this season. All exchanges are dollar-for-dollar. Contact the CenterTix box office at (907) 263-2787 or fill out the CenterTix ticket exchange form by Jan. 31.

2. Get a refund

You can get a full refund for your tickets. CenterTix will automatically issue refunds to all ticketholders who do not donate or exchange by Jan. 31.

3. Donate your tickets

Donate your tickets back to Anchorage Concert Association. Call the CenterTix box office at (907) 263-2787, bring your tickets in person, or fill out the CenterTix ticket donation form.

Ticket holders who do not exchange or donate by Jan. 31 will be issued a refund. For more information about these options, call CenterTix at (907) 263-2787.

You can tell Lydia and Laura Rogers are sisters the second they start singing. After learning to sing in their Alabama church, the country-folk songbirds now mix secular and traditional songs, and mine their Southern roots to create original, beautifully haunting music of their own. With effortless harmonies reminiscent of The Everly Brothers, the Grammy nominees have toured with legends Paul Simon and Willie Nelson, and collaborated with rocker Jack White.

“They float, twist and trade harmonies... Their music can be hymn-like: plain but powerful, heartsick and hopeful.” –NPR.

On their defiant album “You Don’t Own Me Anymore,” produced by tourmate Brandi Carlile, The Secret Sisters deliver soulful, gospel grooves and stirring vocals that never seek perfection over power. From murder ballads to skewering roasts, it's a guidebook for survival.

Round up your fellow music lovers for this must-be-heard sister act.

Tickets start at $32 for adults and $24 for youth 18 and under with a subscription of 3 or more shows. Tickets for just this show start at $40.25 for adults and $30.50 for youth.


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Their songs are journeys as poetic as they are confessional, always anchored by the timeless, crystalline ring of Laura and Lydia's voices in sweet unison.

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"The Secret Sister's Grammy-nominated album You Don’t Own Me Anymore is a strong, welcome return and a reminder of just how powerful and moving the merging of two stunning voices can be." -American Songwriter