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Come to the Spring Floodango April 21!

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The legacy of a really good party ought to be another party!

And we had a really good party last New Year’s Eve at Alchemy Theatre when the good folks at the Geneva Kent Center for the Arts hosted The 1937 Flood’s 50th birthday bash.

We are thrilled that our friends at Alchemy want us back for an encore.

Mark your calendar — Sunday afternoon, April 21 — we’re going to welcome Spring 2024 with a whole afternoon of songs and stories. We’re calling it The Spring Floodango!

And Our Guest Artist…

And not only that, we have a special guest who will join us for the day.

Douglas Eye — singer/songwriter Doug Imbrogno — who rocked the night at our birthday bash on New Year’s Eve will be back to do a full set. That’s going to be a ball. This day will be fun for the whole family.

Supporting Alchemy Theatre

The show starts at 2:30. Tickets are $20 and include all the live music you can handle, and all the proceeds go to support the wonderful work of Alchemy Theatre.

This community theatre company, based in Huntington and Barboursville, West Virginia, is intent on making the world better place by providing year-round professional entertainment and by empowering local artisans.

We absolutely love what Alchemy does — everything from Shakespeare to contemporary drama, comedy and musicals — and we’re honored to be able to help out. So come to our show.

Get You Tickets Online!

Tickets will be available at the door OR you can order them online. Here’s the link for online ordering.

Check Out the Website

You can read all about it on our website: Take a look, then come out to Alchemy Theatre Sunday afternoon, April 21. We’re going share memories and make a whole bunch of new ones!

The 1937 Flood Watch
The 1937 Flood Watch Podcast
Each week The 1937 Flood, West Virginia's most eclectic string band, offers a free tune from a recent rehearsal, show or jam session. Music styles range from blues and jazz to folk, hokum, ballad and old-time. All the podcasts, dating back to 2008, are archived on our website; you and use the archive for free at: