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Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn
Apr 2, 2021
Freestyle Love Supreme
May 18 - 23, 2021
What the Constitution Means To Me
Jun 8 - 13, 2021
Jun 20, 2021
Jul 16, 2021
April 2, 2021
Banjo-strumming husband and wife duo Fleck and Washburn are on the road, taking their eclectic mix of bluegrass and folk music to their fans. They've released to collaborative records, and have formed a formidable double act which keeps getting better with every performance.
May 18 - 23, 2021
Created by the unstoppable Lin-Manuel Miranda Freestyle Love Supreme is the improv hip-hop show everyone is talking about! Long before In The Heights and Hamilton, Miranda and his friends had Freestyle Love Supreme, a little unknown seven-person strong improv group who created a brand new hip-hop musical every night!
June 8 - 13, 2021
Hailed as one of the most important plays to grace Broadway! Heidi Schreck's compelling debut play What The Constitution Means To Me garnered much critical acclaim, as well as a Pulitzer, Lucille Lortel, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk awards, and two Tony Award nominations. First starting its revolution during an Off-Broadway stint in the fall of 2018, this buzzworthy production will tour North America... don't miss it!
June 20, 2021
Award-winning, multi-instrumentalist, Brian Culbertson is heading out on tour as he presents his twentieth studio album "The XX"! In celebration of this magnificent feat Culbertson promises an extravagant production to go alongside his brand new music. Set to be released in April, "The XX" demonstrates Culbertson's talent in bending genres, with this monumental album featuring a wide mix of Culbertson's musical styles.
July 16, 2021
In 2009, Billboard Magazine named Boney James the Jazz Musician of the Decade and the tremendously talented saxophonist certainly lives up to that moniker. While seen as a forerunner of the smooth jazz movement, Boney's style of playing combines pop and RnB and his style is often seen as grittier and more textured than the easy-listening genre.
430 South Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202
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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