Bon Iver to bring dance performance with TU Dance to Kennedy Center
Performing at the second annual Direct Current festival in D.C. next spring.
Bon Iver's dance collaboration with Minnesota-based contemporary dance company TU Dance is coming to the Kennedy Center in D.C. next spring, Pitchfork points out. The performance, titled "Come Through" features music composed by Bon Iver's Justin Vernon and will be on display at the John F. Kennedy Center for the performing arts for D.C.'s second annual Direct Current festival next spring. Bon Iver and TU Dance previously collaborated on a dance performance at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemprary Arts earlier this year in March.
Direct Current fest will take place next spring, from March 25 to April 7. Bon Iver and TU Dance's "Come Through" will be performed during the festival's opening night.
More information on the performance and Direct Current are available here.