PERFORMANCES & TICKETS
The Avett Brothers
Thursday, July 20, 7:30 p.m.
Note: Only Members will be able to purchase tickets before May 12. All tickets will be on sale to the general public May 12.
MEMBER PRESALE: April 7 - May 11. Download the Member Order Form Here. Members, send your order form by fax, mail or email during these dates. Details are on the form. Become a member here!
GENERAL PUBLIC: Reserved and Lawn seating beginning May 12 at 9 a.m.
TICKETS: Res. $74 | Standing Room Only $76 | Lawn $47 | Child (1-12) Lawn $37
GATES OPEN: @ 5:45 Early Entry | 6:00 General Public
ALCOHOL: Patrons will not be permitted to bring in outside alcohol during this performance
New This Year: Print Tickets at Home or Use Your Phone!
The Avett Brothers are an American folk rock band from Mount Pleasant, North Carolina, USA. The band is made up of two brothers, Scott Avett (banjo, lead vocals, guitar, piano, kick-drum) and Seth Avett (guitar, lead vocals, hi-hat) as well as Bob Crawford (double bass, violin) and Joe Kwon (cello). Mike Marsh (drums), Tania Elizabeth (violin) and Paul Defiglia (keyboard, organ) are touring members of the band.
Ultimately, The Avett Brothers joined together to present songs about experiences that they as humans have known to humans who know what they mean. Subject matters are tragic, joyful and inexhaustible. They sing and play often, as long as they are not too busy walking around the mall, changing kid’s diapers, buying coffee, making coffee, washing dishes, going to the mountains, going to the beach, taking a run, moving into a different house or apartment, visiting St. Jude, producing a record, talking before thinking, nursing thought-induced headaches, getting married, getting divorced, falling in love, falling out of the top bunk, building cardboard spaceships, complaining about whatever there is to complain about, painting, planting a doomed garden, befriending a rabbit in the backyard, getting the truck inspected, watching Doc Watson on YouTube, paying a small fortune for an old book about how to play the banjo, counting blessings, forgetting blessings, going to the Fischl exhibition, going to the Estes exhibition, building a dining room table, making a podcast, teaching children how to fiddle, petitioning a governor, practicing an instrument that they’re already supposed to be good at, making a print, making a mess, taking kids to church, taking kids to school, taking kids to soccer practice, cleaning up after kids, laughing in the kitchen, sending flowers, pacing in the waiting room, thinking it over, talking it out, watching it go, or leaving it be.