Stuff You Missed in History Class Live Shows 2018!
Here's a run-down of our upcoming live shows! We've got other shows in the works as well. Watch this space for more details and future announcements.
- April 27-29 – Universal FanCon, Baltimore, Maryland: We've heard that Universal FanCon has been postponed until further notice. We sincerely apologize to any listeners who purchased tickets with the hope of seeing our planned live show there. (We'll update this if we get more information.)
- July 7 – History Camp Boston: Tracy will be appearing on the podcasting panel. The exact schedule for the day will be released closer to the event. Tickets are required and can be purchased at the History Camp website.
- July 8 – Adams National Historical Park, Quincy, Massachusetts: We'll be doing a live show titled "John Quincy and Louisa Adams Abroad." The show is at 2 p.m. and will be outdoors, rain or shine. (Picnic blankets, stadium cushions and the like are fine!) This is free and open to the public, and you can RSVP at the Facebook event.
- July 21 - We will be returning to Convention Days at National Women's Historical Park in Seneca Falls, New York! Convention Days runs from July 20-22, and our live show will be at Wesleyan Chapel on Saturday, July 21 at 4:00 p.m. The show will last 45 minutes. More details to come. This event is free and open to the public.
Here are a few FAQs:
Q: Why aren't you coming to my city?
A: Most likely, a venue or event in your city hasn't invited us (yet). (There's a tiny, tiny chance that your city did invite us and it didn't work out, but at this point that's only happened a couple of times due to scheduling conflicts.) We are working our way toward a stand-alone tour, and a big factor in where we go will be where we have the most listeners.
Q: How can I get you to come to my city?
A: If there's a museum, convention, conference or something similar in your area, let the organizers know you'd like us to be there! And if there isn't, just keep downloading and listening to the podcast, and encourage your local friends to do the same!
Q: Will these live shows be episodes of the podcast, too?
A: Unless something unforeseen happens during recording or production, yes, the live performance will be an episode of the show. If there's some kind of recoding catastrophe, we'll release a studio version instead.