Nona Hendryx & The Nasty Gals
present a tribute to Betty Davis
Revolutionary art-rock, new-wave goddess Nona Hendryx (aka ‘Mama Funk’), the original ‘Mother of Funk’ and early proponent of Afrofuturism, pays tribute to the legendary Betty Davis in a musical celebration featuring a band of (mostly) women funk rockers performing Betty’s 1975 Nasty Gal album and more. Betty’s trailblazing career —an influencer ahead of her time— bridged the old guard to the avant-garde, leaving behind a legacy that still reverberates in music today. Come funk with us!
Featuring Felicia Collins (guitar), Camille Gainer-Jones (drums), Divinity Roxx (bass), LaFrae Sci (electronics), Kiki Hawkins and Asa Lovechild (vocals), two guys: Etienne Stadwijk and ‘Big Mouth’ Keith Fluitt.
Grab a bite and a drink while you’re at the Fisher Center! We offer theater concessions at Sosnoff theater, LUMA theater, and Olin Hall. Across the way, is the al fresco Spiegeltent Garden—or grab a nosh while seeing a Spiegeltent Performance. There is ample space for outdoor picnics across Bard’s campus. Nearby villages and towns in the Hudson Valley boast a large selection of restaurants, as well as a variety of hotels, motels, inns, and bed & breakfastsEat & Stay
Bard College’s main campus is located in Annandale-on-Hudson (a hamlet of Red Hook), New York, on the east bank of the Hudson River, about 90 miles north of New York City and 220 miles southwest of Boston. The Taconic State Parkway and the New York State Thruway provide the most direct routes to our campus. Click the Google map below, or get directions by entering the following address into your GPS: 60 Manor Avenue, Red Hook, NY 12571.
From the East
If you are traveling from east of the Hudson River in New York State, take the Taconic State Parkway to the Red Hook / Route 199 exit, drive west on Route 199 through the village of Red Hook to Route 9G, turn right onto Route 9G, drive north 1.9 miles, turn left onto Annandale Road, then turn right onto Manor Ave.
From the West
If you are traveling from west of the Hudson River, take the New York State Thruway (I-87) to exit 19 (Kingston), take Route 209 (changes to Route 199 at the Hudson River) over the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge to Route 9G, turn left onto Route 9G, drive north 3.5 miles, turn left onto Annandale Road, then turn right onto Manor Ave.
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