Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue at North Carolina Museum of Art


Trombone Shorty at Philadelphia Folk Festival – Photo by Laura Carbone

We’re still buzzing from last summer’s performance by New Orleans prodigy Trombone Shorty(Troy Andrews). The energy and virtuosity he and his band, Orleans Avenue, bring to their jazz, blues, funk, R&B, and rock fusion is nothing short of sensational. It’s no wonder that at age 26, Troy has become a firmly established star throughout the world.

Treat yourself to one of the most exciting and memorable musical performances you’ll ever experience!

– North Carolina Museum of Art

I had a chance to see Trombone Shorty in Chapel Hill last year and left the performance blown away. Trombone Shorty and his band, Orleans Avenue has to be some of the best performers I have had a chance to see live. I was naturally excited to find that they would be back in the Triangle and performing at the North Carolina Museum of Arts Amphitheatre this summer. After we caught a show there earlier this summer we were looking for any excuse to come back and here it is.

So if you are looking for something to do on a nice Carolina evening, grab a blanket and head down to Raleigh and  be entertained by world-class musicians doing what they do best.

Friday, August 17 |  8 pm
$35 ($30 Members) Reserved
$22 ($17) General admission
$11 Children 7–12, General admission only
Children 6 and under free, General admission only

For tickets click here

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