Zoë Lewis & the Wolves
Tickets: $20 advance, $25 doors
Advance tickets can only be purchased online-we do not sell advance tickets at the venue. Refunds are not available within 48 hours of the event. Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room.
We are now accepting reservations for diners! After purchasing tickets, please visit the Reservations page to book a table. Table reservations require advance tickets, and are only for guests who plan to dine at the Royal Room. We do not take reservations over the phone.
Seating for non-diners is first come, first served. Please arrive early to guarantee a seat!
The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Affectionately know as “a band in a body” Zoë plays vintage jazz and world beat grooves on anything from the piano to the spoons!
Originally from the UK Zoe now lives in Provincetown, MA. She’s traveled the globe (to over 70 countries) picking up musical influences and has performed all over the U.S. and Canada. Singer-songwriter extraordinaire, she’s released 10 cds of original music. A gorgeous writer, evocative, thoughtful and funny, winner of numerous song competitions, she has penned 2 musicals, toured with Judy Collins, Richie Havens, Nanci Griffiths, The Indigo Girls and her songs have appeared in films, on Broadway, in commercials and most recently on Netflix. World traveler, story teller, and multi-instrumentalist she will be joined by the wonderful Kate & Julie Wolf on bass and accordion, Pam Barger on drums and Barb Marino on sax. Get ready for a party!!!
Vintage jazz, swing and gypsy grooves played on piano, ukulele, guitar and more! World traveler, storyteller, singer-songwriter, band in a body, one woman circus, her boundless energy is hard to ignore.
“A masterful combination of song, performance and artistry with a contagiously positive attitude and free spirit. Probably one of the most the most charismatic performances I’ve ever seen.” Bay Guardian, SF
“An amazing modern day Noel Coward” Rich Warren, WFTM, Chicago
“Equal parts musician and story teller, this British transplant is blessed with the uncanny ability to uncover the extraordinary beauty in the seemingly ordinary.” Boston Globe