Hannah Huston

Hannah Huston

Hannah Huston

Presented in collaboration with Arts for the Soul Music and Fine Arts Series, the Lied is excited to welcome back singer Hannah Huston. Huston was a preschool teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska when she auditioned for season ten (2016) of the U.S. singing competition The Voice, ultimately finishing second runner up and launching a successful career. Since the show, Hannah has been spending time in Nashville writing and recording. Her performance will feature some fan favorites along with new singles (some unreleased). She can’t wait to share her music with both new listeners and the fans who have been with her since the beginning.

This event is being presented for both in-person and virtual audiences. It is FREE to attend in-person, but a ticket is required. Register below to receive your ticket to attend in person or link to view virtually.

Lied Live Online events are also available live via the Lied Center Facebook page

Note: Patrons who reserved in-person tickets for Huston’s originally scheduled December concert will have their tickets honored at the February 18 concert.

Your safety is our top priority.

In order to protect the health of patrons, volunteers, artists, and staff:

1. Masks must be worn at all times when inside the Lied Center;

2. Socially distanced seating (6' between pairs of seats) will be provided for all shows until further notice;

3. Free and easy ticket exchanges, credits, and refunds are available until show time;

4. Extensive cleaning and disinfecting procedures have been implemented, air filters have been upgraded, the building's fresh air intake has been increased, and all restrooms are now touchless;

5. Paperless tickets are available by downloading the Lied Center app on your smartphone.

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Upcoming Events

January 26, 2021 | 12:00 p.m.
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January 30, 2021 | 7:30 p.m.