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Ting Pavilion

Formerly Sprint Pavilion
700 E Main St, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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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'.

Whiskey Myers at Ting Pavilion

Whiskey Myers

The Palestine, TX-based Southern rock and Red Dirt country band are hitting the road in 2024, in support of their latest effort, Tornillo. First formed in 2008 by lead Cody Jennings and his friend Cody Tate, they took inspiration from the musical stylings of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr., and Waylon Jennings, but soon moved into formulating their own unique take on Southern rock music. Their biggest single to date, Ballad of a Southern Man, was spawned by their second album, Firewater in 2011.

Keith Sweat at Ting Pavilion

Keith Sweat

Multi-talented, AMA winner Keith Sweat is a man with many professions - he's a producer, an actor, a radio-show host, a singer, and a doting dad to three girls! Don't miss him when he takes time out from his busy schedule to perform a select number of shows at venues around the USA.

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!

Ben Folds at Ting Pavilion

Ben Folds

The frontman of his self-named band, rock artist and producer Ben Folds continues to work with some of the most eclectic names in music and entertainment (remember his Common People cover that featured William Shatner and Bill Clinton?), as well as pushing the envelope on alt-rock ever further. A self-confessed enigma, he prefers to stay out of the limelight except when touring, but can easily claim credit for some of music's most unlikely trends.

Waxahatchee at Ting Pavilion

Waxahatchee

Indie-rock project Waxahatchee, created by Katie Crutchfield, is back and ready to embark on a brand new tour in support of her upcoming album. The album, titled 'Tigers Blood,' is set to be released at the end of March this year and will be the first Waxahatchee album since the 2020 release of 'Saint Cloud.' This trek will see her make stops across the country, including New York, Austin, Atlanta, Detroit, and many more!

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