PERFORMANCES & TICKETS
Thursday, July 21, 7:00 p.m.
MEMBER PRESALE: April 8 - May 12, order form
GENERAL PUBLIC: Beginning May 13 at 9 a.m.
TICKETS: Res. $49 | Standing Room Only $49 | Lawn $36 | Child (1-12) Lawn $26
GATES OPEN: @ 5:45 Early Entry | 6:00 General Public
Described by Spin as “one of the greatest living voices in rock today,” and by SF Weekly as “the whole package,” Grace Potter continues to impress both critics and audiences with her musical achievements and captivating live shows.
Heralded as one of today’s best live performers, Grace Potter has played every major music festival from Coachella and Lollapalooza to Bonnaroo and Rock in Rio. She’s had the honor of sharing the stage with artists such as The Rolling Stones, Willie Nelson, Robert Plant, the Allman Brothers, Neil Young, Mavis Staples, and The Roots, to name just a few. Most recently, she was given the honor of performing, along with Sheryl Crow, a tribute to the late Glenn Frey at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Over the last three years, she has seamlessly transitioned from collaborating with the Flaming Lips for a Tim Burton film, to songwriting and producing for soundtracks and theme songs for film and TV, to multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated country duets with her friend Kenny Chesney, to most recently joining The Rolling Stones on stage for an inspired rendition of “Gimme Shelter.” In August, 2015, Grace released her critically acclaimed solo album, Midnight, to a #17 debut on the Billboard 200 chart. Special Guest TBA.
Singer and songwriter Greg Holden has earned recognition as an independent artist for the past several years, though he is perhaps best known for writing the massive hit "Home" – the debut single for American Idol winner Phillip Phillips that sold five million tracks in the U.S. and earned Holden an ASCAP Pop Award. He's also found success with "The Lost Boy" – a poetic rumination inspired by a Dave Eggers' novel about a Sudanese refugee that hit No. 1 on iTunes in Holland and raised over $50,000 for the Red Cross. Within two weeks of being featured on Sons of Anarchy, "The Lost Boy" sold 30,000 downloads in the U.S. and debuted at No. 36 on Billboard's Rock chart.
Soon Holden will also be known for the passionate, purpose-driven rock songs on his major-label debut album, like the anthemic "Hold On Tight" and "Save Yourself." Those songs, plus Holden's powerful voice led Warner Bros. Records to sign the Scottish-born, England-bred, New York-based artist earlier this year.
Pre-concert music: The Battlefield
Begins in the Britt Performance Garden at 6:00 p.m.