Williamsburg Live: Keb’ Mo’ with special guest Peter One

Keb’Mo’: Five-time Grammy winner and recipient of the Americana Music Association’s 2021 award for Lifetime Achievement in Performance, this iconic artist has brought his feel-good blues to all kinds of stages from corner dives to the White House. Rooted in the blues, his music slips and slides away from classifications, mixing classic blues with country, pop, soul, and Americana, all delivered in an easygoing growl that draws the listener in.

Peter One: One way we might understand the global Black diaspora is through the notion of arrival—the idea that Black folk in the Americas, in Africa, in Europe, and elsewhere, are and have been, in one way or another, always and already arriving. That is, they have moved or been moved, willingly or otherwise, from one place to another, and in so doing, have adapted, changed, and necessarily reconstituted their own selves as well as the places that they have found themselves, forever.

*Keb’Mo’ and Peter One will be performing at the Lawn of Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg and gates will open at 5:30pm.*

*Tickets starting at $26.25-$35.00 for Lawn General Admission and $33.75-$204.00 for Tent Seating