We've got four concert and comedy events to kick off our upcoming series. Individual tickets to all events go on sale on Monday, September 19, at noon. But you can see more and save more by purchasing a flexible ticket package. Call the box office at 919-553-1737 for assistance with flexible ticket options.
See 3 shows and save 10 percent off each show.
See 4 shows and save 15 percent off each show.
PLUS, receive discounts on any added shows before June 30, 2023; presale priority before tickets to added shows are available to the public; invitations to any special events (pre-show themed lounge, backstage tours, kickoff events, etc.) as they become available; and discounts at concessions and/or partner retail shops.
Kathy Mattea & Suzy Bogguss: Together At Last Friday, October 14, 8:00pm, $45 Country and folk music legends, Kathy Mattea and Suzy Bogguss, join forces to share their celebrated music and personal chemistry on stage in their new show, Together at Last. The tour features both artists on stage for the entire performance, swapping songs and stories, singing harmony, and playing guitar on each other’s biggest hits. Never content to rest on their past achievements, the pair brings new material to these shows, along with two careers worth of humorous and heart-warming stories. mattea.com suzybogguss.com
The Karens - Karen Mills & Karen Morgan Saturday, November 19, 8:00pm, $25 Get ready for a “very funny night out with the right kind of Karens." National headlining comedians Karen Mills and Karen Morgan join together to bring you an evening of comedy filled with lots of laughter and zero toxic behavior. Unlike the other “Karens” you read about in the news, these Karens are funny, not fractious; intelligent, not ignorant; and affable, not angry. They both bring a different and hilarious point of view to this clever and clean comedy show. thekarens.net
Paul Reiser Friday, January 20, 2023, 8:00pm, $60 From standup to Stranger Things, Paul Reiser is one of Hollywood’s most prolific talents—and he shows no signs of slowing down. The star of Mad About You, Diner and The Kominsky Method is among the “Top 100 Comedians of All Time” named by Comedy Central. Reiser also recently revived one of his most iconic roles in the highly-anticipated return of Mad About You, the long-running hit 90s comedy he co-created and starred in with Helen Hunt. paulreiser.com
Gina Chavez Friday, March 31, 2003, 8:00pm, $25 In an industry that looks to define artists, Gina Chávez refuses to fit into a box. From features on NPR’s Tiny Desk to Brené Brown to Colbert, this queer, bilingual, genre-bending musician has become a force to be reckoned with. Chávez — a truly independent recording artist — saw the fruits of her labor pay off last year where she was not only nominated for a Latin Grammy but was tapped to open the Latin Grammy premiere show. Only the second Austinite and the third Latina born in the continental U.S. to receive a Latin Grammy nomination in the history of the awards, Gina continues to push boundaries and break barriers with her music. ginachavez.com