The Stone Age Institute Presents
Krista Detor’s 14th Annual Holiday Show!


Krista Detor

Sunday Dec. 13th, 2020
3 pm Eastern Time, Noon Pacific Time
Bloomington, Indiana

Get ready for Krista and friends to get you in a holiday mood!

Register for TICKETS here


As part of our Stone Age Institute’s Popular Culture series, we are proud to sponsor the Annual Holiday Show by our friend, singer/songwriter Krista Detor on Sunday, December 13th, 2020 at 3 pm (EST). This virtual international event is FREE, but you need to sign up for a ticket to watch it (link below). Artists from Europe will also be performing, including John Schwab, who was recently featured in the television series “The Queen’s Gambit”. This event is a benefit for HealthNet, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that provides primary care health services to the medically underserved.

This is a free but ticketed event, and you can register for tickets to the show by clicking here.

Our local singer-songwriter, chanteuse, story-telling enchantress, Krista Detor, has put on a holiday show for local audiences for many years now. Due to the pandemic, however, she was not going to be able to do so this year. But, due to the miracles of modern technology and a generous grant from the Kaman Foundation for our Popular Culture Series, the Stone Age Institute is sponsoring a virtual show by Krista and some of her international fellow musicians.

Krista is a well-known singer-songwriter with numerous recorded albums. She will be performing virtually from Bloomington with international artists from Europe as well, including John Schwab, recently featured in the television series, “The Queen’s Gambit.” Krista was recently profiled in Forbes Magazine for one of the dramatic arts projects that she and her husband spearheaded during the pandemic.

Krista Detor has been the vocalist on some of our songs of the Stone Age Institute Band (e.g. “Evolution”, “In the Nihewan Basin”). She was recently featured in Forbes magazine for one of the dramatic artistic projects that she and her husband David Weber organized this fall. In 2009 she was involved in the bicentennial celebration in honor of Charles Darwin’s birth at an artists’ workshop and concert in Darwin’s hometown of Shrewsbury, England, and wrote an amazing song “The Clock of the World” that you can watch and listen to on YouTube.

Krista's 2020 Holiday show will start with a short promo video that we just had produced for the Stone Age Institute!

This is a free but ticketed event, and you can register for tickets to the show here. The event will broadcast live by Mandolin, the music industry's leading concert livestream platform.

Our Popular Culture series is funded by a generous grant from the Kaman Foundation. Earlier this year we hosted Oscar-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg, drummer extraordinaire Kenny Aronoff, and folk legend Janis Ian. We will also be sponsoring virtual events by world-famous violinist Joshua Bell (Saturday, December 19th), Grammy Award-winner and singer/songwriter Carrie Newcomer (Sunday, January 2nd), and aerialist and actress Dreya Weber (date to be announced).