Oct 22, 2020
Feb 9 - 14, 2021
Feb 16, 2021
Feb 23, 2021
Feb 25, 2021
October 22, 2020
Nashville native Ben Rector mixes shades of soul, gospel and upbeat sunshine pop to form piano-driven anthems that could get the toes of even the most cynical of audiophiles tapping along. A decade after he took his first tentative steps into the music world whilst studying at the university of Arkansas, Rector has toured around the USA and released several studio albums!
February 9 - 14, 2021
First making its bow on the Great White Way in 1943, Rodgers and Hammerstein's evergreen classic Oklahoma! whisked early audiences away from the stark realities of World War II and offered up a song-filled optimism and unity. Reclaiming its joyous melodies, can-do spirit and classic plot, New York-based director Daniel Fish revived the song-and-dance spectacular in his home city in early 2019, earning eight Tony Award nominations, including Best Revival Of A Musical, for its stripped back, Country-western treatment of the original score and vivid, darker depiction of the Wild West reflected in its naturalistic staging and style.
February 16, 2021
Where to start with Pat Metheny? Jazz guitar pioneer and tireless musical innovator, the Missouri-born Metheny's career stretches back over forty years, during which time his stunning fusion of jazz, pop and world music has won him twenty Grammy Awards, and recently saw him become the youngest member of Downbeat's Hall of Fame (the jazz equivalent of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame).
February 23, 2021
The 2014 Grammy-nominated blues singer heads back out on tour! Springing to fame in 1999 with the hit moody blues single "LA Song", Beth's music is featured in various television shows such as Californication and the remake of Beverly Hills 90210. Don't miss your chance to see Beth live on stage as she heads to your town.
February 25, 2021
Rock 'n' roll icon, guitarist, interactive progenitor, singer/songwriter and record producer Todd Rundgren comes to town in 2021. Years of experience and critical acclaim have by no means made Rundgren complacent and he continues to push the boundaries in inventive and surprising ways.
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Named for philanthropist Leon Levine whose foundation helped to fund the project, this center houses the majority of Charlotte's cultural attrations including the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture, the Knight Theater, and the Mint Museum Uptown. The Knight Theatre attracts many of the country's top touring shows and concerts to the city.
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