PLEASE NOTE:  This concert has been rescheduled to March 5, 2022 due to weather.

The Alpaca Gnomes, a beloved 7-piece rock-folk jam band with local roots, known for its variety of songs, continuous music sets, and signature gnome hats, will be bringing its energetic show to Edmond Town Hall Theater on March 5, 2022. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show will start at 7 p.m. There will be no opening act.

The Gnomes put on a vibrant, stomp-and-groove performance to the delight of their many fans, known as “gnomies,” who often wear the signature pointy hats to concerts. The band’s ensemble currently features violin, electric and acoustic guitar, bass, drums, saxophone, and percussion.

The Gnomes’ eclectic style has allowed them to appear on a multitude of bills with varied acts and musical genres such as Living Colour, Blues Traveler, Twiddle, DJ Logic, Funky Meters, Anders Osbourne, Railroad Earth, The Drifters, The Tokens, Rick Derringer, Soul Rebels, Roots of Creation, Kung Fu, Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds, Funky Dawgz Brass Band, Box Set Duo Trio, The Main Squeeze, as well as private events such as ESPN radios NCAA College Football National Championship pre-party in Pasadena, California. They have also performed in venues such as Infinity Music Hall in Norfolk, Toad’s Place in New Haven, The Palace Theatre in Stamford, and others.

Tickets for The Alpaca Gnomes are $30 for balcony and $35 for orchestra and can be purchased online at or by phone at (203) 270-4285. The box office will be open for ticket sales starting at 6 p.m. on the day of the concert, but there will be no door ticket sales prior to 6 p.m. that day. The show will begin at 7 p.m. and run straight through 10 p.m. Beer, wine and concessions will be sold during the concert. COVID protocol will require that all concert attendees wear a mask.

This concert is the fifth and final concert in the Colonial Automobile Group Music Series 2021 at Edmond Town Hall Theater. The series is part of Edmond Town Hall’s goal to provide the community with more live entertainment. Plans are underway for a Spring and Fall music series.

Edmond Town Hall is a theater and events venue with the mission to enrich the community by providing a place for generations of residents and neighbors to make memories by gathering to enjoy a diversity of arts, social, civic, sports, and milestone events and activities.  The building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was gifted to the community in 1930 by Newtown benefactor Mary Elizabeth Hawley. The Board of Managers, a group of six electors, is responsible for oversight of this beloved iconic building, which houses a 500-seat proscenium theater, an elegant banquet hall, a gymnasium and additional rental spaces for all types of gatherings.