Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
The Avett Brothers are the epitome of quintessential American bands. Today, their narrative folk-rock tells bigger stories about what it means to be Southern, to be American, to be alive. The live show is second to none and is not a concert as much as a celebration of life.
Days after the HBO debut of their critically acclaimed documentary ‘May It Last: A Portrait of The Avett Brothers’, the Grammy-nominated album ‘True Sadness’ launched to #3 on the iTunes Album Chart and #1 on the Rock Albums chart. The album was also nominated for Best Americana Album and Best American Roots Performance for “Ain’t No Man” by the 2017 Grammy Awards. In addition, the Rick Rubin produced album, True Sadness continues to garner overwhelming critical acclaim with many considering it their finest release yet. Rolling Stone extolled it as “Their most heart-baring LP,” while Paste dubbed it, “Their most surprising album.” People claimed, “The sincerity of the lyrics keeps the boys true to their roots,” and Interview wrote, “As a whole, True Sadness is the band’s most intimate and exploratory album to date.” The Current summed up its impact asserting, “THE AVETT BROTHERS have emerged as the key act redefining the genre.”Smoke free. All ages. Wheelchair accessible.Special needs seating call (414) 286-3205.All sales final. No refunds, exchanges or 3rd party pick-up.Regardless of the Method of Delivery selected, all orders with a billing address outside of Wisconsin and Northern Illinois may be held at the box office for pick-up starting 2 hours before the show's start time. A photo ID and the charge card used for the purchase must be presented.THIS TICKET MAY NOT BE RESOLD FOR ABOVE FACE VALUE BY ANY INDIVIDUAL. ANY INDIVIDUAL OR ENTITY RESELLING THIS TICKET FOR ABOVE FACE VALUE BY ANY METHOD, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, IN PERSON, ON AN AUCTION WEBSITE, OR OTHERWISE OVER THE INTERNET, IS SUBJECT TO LEGAL ACTION. ANY TICKET FOUND TO BE OFFERED FOR RESALE ABOVE FACE VALUE WILL BE VOIDED AND SUBJECT TO ADDITIONAL FEES.Any questions? Call the Pabst Box Office: (414) 286-3663.