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Best Shows Jul 21 - Sep 21

in Lincoln

Vampire Weekend at Pinewood Bowl Theater

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'.

Bluey's Big Play at Lied Center For Performing Arts

Bluey's Big Play

A brand new adaptation of the award-winning children's TV series! See your favourite character, Bluey, come to life on stage in this vibrant and educational production. Colourful sets and imaginative puppetry will ensure this original story is memorable for young audiences, particularly if it's their very first theatre experience!

Jason Mraz at Pinewood Bowl Theater

Jason Mraz

Jason Mraz's success has taken him from playing coffee houses in San Diego to concert halls around the world, his good looks and affable nature a perfect partner to his laid-back, soulful musical style. Mraz will be hitting the road once again with his The Mystical Magical Rhythmical Radical Ride Summer Tour 2024! We are sure you'll hear all your favorite Mraz hits, which are sure to summon those nostalgic feelings.

Dwight Yoakam at Pinewood Bowl Theater

Dwight Yoakam

The young whippersnappers of modern Country owe a lot to Dwight Yoakam. Once shunned by the Nashville elite, the pioneering singer-songwriter is credited with paving the way for Country music's acceptance in the mainstream. His 'hillbilly honkey tonk' stylings earned him a following of fans that called themselves 'Cow-Punks' in retaliation to the polite Country Pop of the late 70's.

Barenaked Ladies at Pinewood Bowl Theater

Barenaked Ladies

Canada's finest purveyors of bouncy pop-rock are heading out for a handful of shows in 2024. The multiple Juno Award-winning band never fail to deliver hook-laden goodness, from their iconic single 'One Week', to the theme tune for TV's The Big Bang Theory, and their live shows are always fantastic fun.

Hozier at Pinnacle Bank Arena

Hozier

The man who took us to Church is extending his 2023 tour 'Unreal Unearth' into 2024! With a big, soulful voice that plunges to dark, melancholy depths and ascends into wild, fierce howls, Andrew Hozier-Byrne has proved that the hype is justified. The video for his first-ever single, "Take Me to Church," went viral in 2013, reaching over 700 million views to date.

Frank Turner at Bourbon Theatre

Frank Turner

One of England's foremost contemporary singer-songwriters, post-hardcore punk turned folk troubadour Frank Turner is returning to the US with a series of live dates in 2024 with support from Amigo the Devil. Known for his extensive touring schedules, fans can expect a passionate and emotionally lifting live show as Frank displays his trademark wit and punk rock-flavored wisdom.

Blue October, Switchfoot, and Matt Nathanson at Pinewood Bowl Theater

Blue October, Switchfoot, and Matt Nathanson

You've heard of a double headliner, but have you ever heard of a triple headliner? Matt Nathanson, Blue October, and Switchfoot will be hitting the road across the United States on the Help From My Friends tour this summer. In another touring first, the bands will switch up the running order each night, so no show will be the same. Set to be an unforgettable night like no other, get your tickets now!

John Fogerty at Pinewood Bowl Theater

John Fogerty

Founder member of Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty's unmistakable growl was a staple of American radio during the 60s, on tracks like Bad Moon Rising, Proud Mary and the anti-Vietnam war anthem Fortunate Son. Selling millions of records worldwide, the group disbanded in 1970, at which point Fogerty pursued a highly successful solo career, penning hits including Old Man Down the River and Rockin' All Over the World (later made famous by Status Quo).

Here Come The Mummies at Bourbon Theatre

Here Come The Mummies

A 5,000-year-old foul-smelling, well-endowed, and manly tribe, capable of infinite funkiness are coming to town! The funk band kicked things off in 2000, and are best known for their unrelenting live performances which melt your face and keep the mayhem going from beginning to end. Here Come The Mummies... literally!

Sexyy Red at Pinnacle Bank Arena

Sexyy Red

Rapper Sexyy Red is hitting the road this fall in support of her latest mixtape, In Sexyy We Trust, which features hit tracks like Get It Sexy and U My Everything featuring Drake. Gaining mass notoriety in the billboard charts and on the internet due to her unique personality, Sexyy Redd is one of the most exciting rappers out, do not miss out on seeing the Hood's Hottest Princess live this fall!

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