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Mardi Gras 2020 with Dirty Dozen Brass Band & Big Ron Hunter Band

February 15, 2020 8:00 PM

Doors Open: 7:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
BALCONY HIGH WHOLE TABLE ADVANCED: $30.00
BALCONY HIGH WHOLE TABLE DOS: $35.00
STANDING FLOOR ADVANCED: $20.00
STANDING FLOOR DOS: $25.00
BALCONY STANDING ADVANCED: $25.00
BALCONY STANDING DOS: $30.00
PERCH ADVANCED: $35.00
STAGESIDE ADVANCED: $25.00
STAGESIDE DOS: $30.00
PERCH DOS: $40.00
BALCONY RAIL 3 PERSON TABLE: $35.00
BALCONY RAIL 4 PERSON TABLE: $35.00
BALCONY RAIL 4 PERSON TABLE DOS: $40.00
BALCONY RAIL 3 PERSON TABLE DOS: $40.00

TICKET SALE DATES
BALCONY HIGH WHOLE TABLE DOS / STANDING FLOOR DOS / BALCONY STANDING DOS / STAGESIDE DOS / PERCH DOS / BALCONY RAIL 4 PERSON TABLE DOS / BALCONY RAIL 3 PERSON TABLE DOS Public Onsale: February 15, 2019 10:00 AM to February 15, 2020 11:00 PM
BALCONY HIGH WHOLE TABLE ADVANCED / STANDING FLOOR ADVANCED / BALCONY STANDING ADVANCED / PERCH ADVANCED / STAGESIDE ADVANCED / BALCONY RAIL 3 PERSON TABLE / BALCONY RAIL 4 PERSON TABLE Public Onsale: November 15, 2019 12:06 PM to February 15, 2020 10:00 AM
Dirty Dozen Brass Band (Website)

Celebrating over 40 years since their founding in 1977, New Orleans-based Dirty Dozen Brass Band has taken the traditional foundation of brass band music and incorporated it into a blend of genres including Bebop Jazz, Funk and R&B/Soul. This unique sound, described by the band as a 'musical gumbo,' has allowed the Dirty Dozen to tour across 5 continents and more than 30 countries, record 12 studio albums and collaborate with a range of artists from Modest Mouse to Widespread Panic to Norah Jones. Forty-plus years later, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band is a world famous music machine whose name is synonymous with genre-bending romps and high-octane performances.

Roger Lewis - Baritone Sax/Vocals
Kevin Harris - Tenor Sax/Vocals
Gregory Davis - Trumpet/Vocals
Kirk Joseph - Sousaphone
TJ Norris - Trombone/Vocals
Julian Addison - Drums
Takeshi Shimmura - Guitar Big Ron Hunter (Website)

Big Ron Hunter, a native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, learned guitar from his father when he was a young boy; he also received tutelage from the late Guitar Gabriel. Virtually unknown outside his circle of family, friends and acquaintances, Hunter would seem to be representative of the prototypical blues (or folk) "discovery"- a workingman who has spent most of his life playing and singing primarily for his own satisfaction. "Hunter plays and sings his own songs, combining a bluesy, yet sweet and melodic voice with his original brand of uplifting, hard-banging, acoustic blues."
Number of Tickets
Limit 10 tickets per order.


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