Mandolin Orange

“Effortless and beautiful.” –NPR

Breakout Americana duo Mandolin Orange strikes a new chord in celebration of their latest album, “Blindfaller.” Laced with bluegrass, country, and folk, their soaring original harmonies are delighting sold-out audiences nationwide. With stirring lyrics about the passage of time and life on the road, this talented pair returns to Frederick with a refined-yet-rustic sound NPR calls “effortless and beautiful.”

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The Steel Wheels

“Few groups have come as far in such a short period of time as The Steel Wheels.” –NPR

Hailing from the Blue Ridge Mountains, these rockin’ Weinberg favorites weave Americana, bluegrass, folk, and old-time music for a style all their own, incorporating acoustic poetry of the finest singer-songwriters. Shimmering harmonies take on a new percussive streak as they storm the stage in celebration of their latest release, “Wild As We Came Here.”

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Photo by Sandlin Gaither.

An Evening with Dailey & Vincent

“The rock stars of bluegrass.” –CMT

“The most electric combination of country and bluegrass today!” –Billboard

Hailed by CMT as “the rock stars of bluegrass,” the dashing Dailey & Vincent are known as one of the most exciting, reputable, and elite bluegrass duos in America. Their uniquely riveting music has garnered a series of accolades, including three GRAMMY® Award nominations, 14 IBMA Awards, and a recent induction into the Grand Ole Opry. With feel-good tunes and contagious laughs, it’s a one-of-a-kind concert event you won’t want to miss!

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We Banjo 3

“We Banjo 3 transcend even the best of superlatives.” –Huffington Post

Among the most celebrated young musicians in Ireland today, award-winning quartet We Banjo 3 infuses traditional tunes with a modern Americana sound. From banjo and fiddle to mandolin, guitar, and vocals, these two sets of brothers make a bold and extraordinary musical statement, delivering “freshness and finesse bordering on magical” (The Wall Street Journal).

UPSTAIRS (Balcony/Mezzanine): Reserved seating
DOWNSTAIRS (Orchestra/Rear Orchestra): General admission

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