Second Line Music Presents
The Whitetop Mountaineers
DOORS OPEN 6.30PM // DINNER AVAILABLE // MUSIC STARTS 8PM
We are very sorry to announce the Whitetops Mountaineers Show scheduled for Thursday 2nd April at the Spotted Mallard has been cancelled.
Here is a message from their Management ..
“Hi folks, Many of you would have the news that Martha and Jack have cancelled their 2020 tour and are now in the air on their way home. With the cancellation of Blue Mts and Yackandandah festivals, the imminent cancellation of the National, and a long look at how quickly circumstances were changing it very easy to see the obvious decision was to get themselves home as quick as possible.”
We're sorry! This event has been cancelled...
Due to the number of cancellations, our refund process is taking slightly longer than usual. You don’t need to do anything; your ticket(s) will be automatically refunded back to your credit card/PayPal account and we’ll let you know when this has been done. It can take up to 3-5 business days for the funds to return to your account. If your card details have changed, please wait for Moshtix to contact you directly regarding this.
If you're unable to see the refund in your account after 5 business days, please contact your financial institution before contacting Moshtix.
Alternatively, if you purchased tickets from an outlet you will need to go back to the point of purchase.
Please understand that given the extraordinary circumstances, our Fan Support teams are incredibly busy at the moment, so we encourage you not to contact us. Instead, you can find lots of information and answers to your questions in our information portal at tixsupport.moshtix.com.au.
Direct from the Mountains of Virginia- The Whitetop Mountaineers-
For fans of American old time mountain music (and roots music lovers alike), the Whitetop Mountaineers from the hills of Virginia are the genuine article. Martha Spencer and Jackson Cunningham return to Australia by popular demand. On their previous 5 visits the duo stunned and delighted audiences across the country with their performance of American mountain song & dance, old school country music– bluegrass and beyond, they are the ‘real deal’. Both are skilled multi-instrumentalists – Jackson on guitar, mandolin & claw hammer banjo, and Martha on fiddle, guitar & banjo. They are both strong vocal performers and their close harmonies are indicative of the old time and bluegrass traditions from which they draw their repertoire. In addition to being a talented musician & singer, Martha is also an exceptional dancer and teacher of the art of Appalachian dance. Jackson is also a highly skilled luthier and his beautiful hand crafted fiddles and guitars are in high demand.