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Carpenter Theatre @ Dominion Energy Center


Mar
14 Mon
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Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators (Support Act: Tash Neal)

Richmond, VA
United States
Thank you for being an American Express® Card Member! Please choose from the below options to reserve your seat to SLASH!  Tickets available 10am Wed Oct 27– 10pm Thu Oct 28.
 
For the American Express® Preferred Seating offer, enter the 10-digit Customer Service phone number on the back of your Card when prompted.
Doors at 6:30 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
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CAMPAIGN DESCRIPTION
Thank you for being an American Express® Card Member! Please choose from the below options to reserve your seat to SLASH!  Tickets available 10am Wed Oct 27– 10pm Thu Oct 28.

 

For the American Express® Preferred Seating offer, enter the 10-digit Customer Service phone number on the back of your Card when prompted.


PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators are on tour performing all of their hits along with songs from their brand new album 4 (out February 11th). 


Support Act: Tash Neal 
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600 E. Grace St.
Richmond, VA
United States
Fully renovated and restored, the historic Carpenter Theatre is the cornerstone of the Dominion Energy Center. It features state-of-the-art lighting and world-class acoustics while still preserving its Old World feel. Its large stage, great acoustics and 20 dressing rooms make it a performer’s dream venue. Carpenter Theatre’s main lobby includes two refreshment bars and a concierge station, with two additional refreshment bars upstairs. Four large mosaic tile murals of parrots serve as the backdrop to the four refreshment bars and are a tribute to the handmade parrot that has been perched in the lobby since the theater first opened in 1928. Upon entering the refurbished Carpenter Theatre - with nearly 1,800 seats - audiences enjoy newly installed fiber optic stars twinkling overhead in the repainted midnight sky ceiling, one of the many preserved and enhanced elements of John Eberson's original theater design.