Join the Peace Center outside at the TD Stage this summer to discover new music while lounging by the Reedy River and enjoying your favorite beverages. Tickets for the first two concerts go on sale to the public this Friday at 10 am.
An Evening with Jake Shimabukuro
Sun, April 19 • 6:30 pm • Lawn: $30 • Genevieve’s: $50
Jake Shimabukuro has challenged and changed all notions of what is possible with a ukulele. He first came to the world’s attention with his deeply beautiful and original take on George Harrison’s “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” in a viral video that dominated YouTube in 2005, and has since had three albums top the Billboard World Music Charts. With only four strings, he takes the ukulele to places no one has gone before and delivers performances around the world with an out-of-the-box blend of stunning virtuosity, deep musicality, and a natural entertainer’s flair.
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Sat, June 20 • 7:30 pm • Lawn: $25 • Genevieve’s: $45
Sierra Hull hit more milestones in her early years than many musicians accomplish in a lifetime. After making her Grand Ole Opry debut at the age of 10, the Tennessee-bred virtuoso mandolinist played Carnegie Hall at age 12, then landed a deal with Rounder Records just a year later. In 2016, after a near-decade of consecutive nominations for Mandolin Player of the Year at the International Bluegrass Music Association Awards, Hull became the first woman to win the award—then claimed that prize again at the 2017 and 2018 IBMAs. Encompassing everything from bluegrass to folk-pop to ethereal alt-rock, her new album, 25 Trips, will be released February 28.