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Best Indie & Rock in Charlottesville

Vampire Weekend at Ting Pavilion

Vampire Weekend

Breaking out with their timeless track 'A-Punk', the delectable indie four pieces are back out on tour in 2024, bringing with them the witty and honest songs, sartorial elegance and accessible style that makes them continually popular. Catch them on the road this year as they present their fifth album, 'Only God Was Above Us'.

Little Feat at Paramount Theater Of Charlottesville

Little Feat

Formed in 1969, Little Feat is one of the great survivors of American rock music. Having gone through numerous lineup changes and breakups, the band are still playing their unmistakable brand of murky blues, country, and funk. Founding member Bill Payne, who is also a prolific session player, and has played with the likes of Pink Floyd and The Doobie Brothers, is still going strong, touring extensively year on year!

Bruce Cockburn at Jefferson Theater

Bruce Cockburn

The Canadian folk and alt-rock singer is known for his progressive messages for social justice, the environment, politics, and welcoming spirituality, as much as he is for the sheer volume of material put out over 40 years. With over 300 songs recorded for 30 album releases, this hard-working rocker has seen 20 of these records achieve platinum status. With his 2014 autobiography, Rumours of Glory: A Memoir praised for its eloquence and humanity, Cockburn represents the best of the Canadian spirit.

Tycho at Jefferson Theater

Tycho

Chillwave musician, songwriter, and producer Scott Hansen a.k.a. Tycho has announced his 2024 tour, promoting his upcoming album, titled 'Infinite Health'. Don't miss your chance to catch the effortlessly cool Californian audio-visual artist and his five-piece band live near you this winter!

Ray LaMontagne at Ting Pavilion

Ray LaMontagne

Ray LaMontagne joins forces with Grammy-nominated Gregory Alan Isakov on a brand new co-headlining tour, with The Secret Sisters as support! 'Trouble', Ray LaMontagne's acclaimed 2004 debut, quietly sold over 250,000 copies, the grassroots result of listeners worldwide hearing the New Hampshire-born singer and songwriter and spreading the word. Heading on tour this fall, don't miss your chance to see them both live!

Atmosphere at Jefferson Theater

Atmosphere

Fearlessly merging indie rock and hip hop, genre-bending Minneapolis duo Atmosphere was formed fresh out of high school by rapper Sean Daley AKA Slug and DJ/producer Anthony Davis AKA Ant. Honing their craft throughout the 90s, the duo became a regular in the city's underground hip hop scene before breaking into the mainstream in 1997 with the release of their debut album 'Overcast!'. Over two decades later, Slug and Ant continue to maintain a cult-like following of fans with a dynamic work ethic, prolific creative output and relentless tour schedule.

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