Ticket sales for new Musikfest Cafe shows at the ArtsQuest Center will begin on Tuesday, December 10th to Medici, Steel, Platinum and Gold ArtsQuest members, Wednesday, December 11th to Silver & Bronze members and Friday, December 13th to the Public. All sales dates listed above start at 10:00am. NOTE: a 5% City Amusement Tax (not to exceed $1.50 per ticket) now in effect.
Blast Furnace Room
Tickets: $37 - $42 ($7 per ticket Service/Facility fee + 5% City Amusement Tax additional) For more than 20 years, the Cowboy Junkies have been recording and performing critically acclaimed alt-country, folk and roots rock music that has earned them a dedicated following. The Canadian group has released eight albums and appeared on numerous television shows including Saturday Night Live, Late Night with David Letterman and The Tonight Show. The group's fame spread with its second album, The Trinity Session, recorded in 1987, with The Los Angeles Times naming the recording as one of the 10 best albums of 1988.
Bridgman | Packer present Voyeur & Under The Skin
03/28/14 To 03/29/14
Tickets: $20 ($5 per ticket Service/Facility fee + 5% City Amusement tax additional) Described by The New York Times as “ingenious... magical and fascinating,” Voyeur, the newest work by Guggenheim Fellows Bridgman and Packer, pushes their exploration of the live and virtual into new territory choreographically, thematically and technologically. The performance, which uses the paintings of Edward Hopper as a point of departure, includes an installation component where prior to the performance the audience is invited to enter the set to explore the video projections. The evening also includes Under the Skin, a piece that uses dancers’ bodies and costumes as projection screens and has been hailed by The Boston Globe as "flat-out exhilarating.”
Lisa Marie Presley
Tickets: $30 - $40 ($7 per ticket Service/Facility fee + 5% City Amusement Tax additional) VIP Tickets: $190 - Includes premium seating at the front of the venue (sections 4A, 4B, 4C, & 4D) and a pre-show meet and greet with Presley Since launching her music career in 2003, Presley has released two platinum albums, “To Whom It May Concern” and “Now What,” while collaborating with artists such as Pat Benatar, the Smashing Pumpkins and Pink. In 2012, Presley released the album “Storm & Grace,” described by Spinner.com as “the strongest album of her career.”
The Avett Brothers
Tickets: $40-$50 ($11 per ticket Service/Venue fee + $1.50 City Amusement Tax additional) Named one of Rolling Stone’s “Artists to Watch” in 2009, The Avett Brothers have developed a loyal following thanks to their dynamic blend of folk, rock, country, bluegrass and pop. Formed in 2001 by brothers Scott and Seth Avett, the group released its debut recording, Country Was, in 2002 and hit the mainstream with its 2009 release, I and Love and You. MINI of Allentown Steel Terrace includes concert ticket, covered cabaret table seating, dinner, drinks and VIP restrooms ($169 + $11 per ticket Service/Venue fee and $1.50 City Amusement tax)
Tickets: $49-$59 ($11 per ticket Service/Venue fee + $1.50 City Amusement Tax additional) One of country music’s most beloved artists, Alan Jackson has been a mainstay on the country charts since the early ‘90s. Over the past quarter-century, the Georgia native has sold nearly 60 million albums worldwide, topped the country singles charts 35 times and scored more than 50 Top 10 hits. Jackson has written or co-written 24 of his 35 No. 1 singles and is an 18-time ACM Award winner and 16-time CMA Award recipient. His songwriting has earned him the prestigious ASCAP Founders Award, as well as an induction into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame as a 2011 Songwriter/Artist inductee. MINI of Allentown Steel Terrace includes concert ticket, covered cabaret table seating, dinner, drinks and VIP restrooms ($169 + $11 per ticket Service/Venue fee and $1.50 City Amusement tax)