Ana Popovic

Celebrating 20 years as a touring musician - this high-energy concert showcases not only Ana's mesmerizing guitar skills but also her fabulous band, successfully merging musical styles!

Reduced pricing Friday & Sunday. Friday & Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 6pm.

Event Showtimes:

Fri
June 10, 2022 / 8:00PMBuy Tickets
Sat
June 11, 2022 / 8:00PMBuy Tickets
Sun
June 12, 2022 / 6:00PMBuy Tickets
Ages: All Ages


  1. Friday & Sunday pricing: $23 House ; $27 Preferred;  $35 Cabaret Tables
  2. Saturday pricing:  $27 House; $33 Preferred; $39 Cabaret Tables
  3. Tickets increase $5 half hour before show time.  All sales final, no refunds!  Exchanges may be made for the same show, different date only plus any price difference.  24 hours notice must be given to the box office prior to original ticket date. 
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Artist page: http://anapopovic.com/home

Wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ana_Popovi%C4%87

Celebrating 20 years as a touring musician, the award-winning guitar player, singer and songwriter releases ‘Live for LIVE’, an exciting hour and a half CD & DVD demonstrating why she’s proudly looking back at a career of thousands of shows worldwide. This high-energy concert showcases not only Ana’s mesmerizing guitar skills but also her fabulous band, successfully merging musical styles. Ana’s passion on stage is so evident that the title sums it up, this IS what she lives for.

“It’s hard to believe that twenty years ago, I gave up a career in graphic design, formed the Ana Popovic band, and decided to be a full-time musician. Soon after, I traveled to Memphis to record HUSH!, my first solo release,” says the hard-touring guitar slinger speaking from her home in Los Angeles. “I had big dreams back then and I still dream big today.”

“Around that time, I appeared as a special guest on tour with Michael Hill. It was my first North American tour and that springboarded me to the point where today, two decades later, I can proudly look back at a career of thousands of shows over five continents. I’ve successfully merged musical styles and inspired a new generation of guitar players male and female to start pursuing their dreams, regardless of where they were born.

“It feels like just yesterday, I started this project in a garage in Belgrade. A try-out show at a local bar became a steady gig, and through perseverance and hard work, here we are now. To celebrate the occasion, my six-piece band is walking down memory lane playing music of all of my albums. I’m excited to play older tunes I haven’t played in a while, giving ‘fans of the first hour’ that sweet ‘a-ha feel’.

Ana estimates that over the years she has done about 2500 shows, and easily has another 2500 in the making. “I never get tired of it.” That unconditional drive shows on ‘Live for LIVE’. About the recording Popovic says: “I have the best job in the world that allows me to lose myself in music. Performing with a fabulous band that musically connects to every move and every idea I bring to the stage, while sparking their own musical background to bring out the best in all of us.”

Today, you’ll find Popovic in a select group of excellent modern blues guitar players. One reason could be the fact that she’s always willing to work a little harder and travel a little further to hone her craft. That dedication has resulted in twelve albums, two DVDs and six nationwide Experience Hendrix tours. She’s called “one helluva a guitar-player” by Bruce Springsteen and nominated for seven Blues Music Awards nominations. Ana has appeared on the covers of Vintage Guitar and Guitar Player magazine. Her albums ‘Can You Stand The Heat’ and ‘Unconditional’ were USA Today Picks-Of-The-Week and featured on NPR Weekend Edition, who praised her “Fiery technique on the Stratocaster”. Nearly all of Ana’s albums reached the top of the Billboard Blues Charts. She and her six-piece band have toured tirelessly, sharing stages with B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Jeff Beck, Joe Bonamassa and many others.

Moving west

Ana has been moving west all her life. She fell in love with American blues as a kid, starting back home in Belgrade, Serbia. Then moved to the Netherlands to study at the conservatory of jazz and world-music. After living in Amsterdam for over ten years, she relocated to Memphis, TN to record and work with Southern musicians. Finally in 2016, she moved her family to Los Angeles, California where she now lives.