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Janis Joplin Concert

October 1, 2019 @ 7:30 pm

Aronoff Center for the Arts – Proctor & Gamble Hall

$45.00 – $65.00
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Spend A Night With Janis Joplin and experience an unforgettable concert. Tickets start at just $45. 

Are you ready for a Janis Joplin Cincinnati concert? A Night With Janis Joplin is a musical journey celebrating Janis Joplin and her biggest musical influences. Trailblazers like Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Odetta, Nina Simone, and Bessie Smith, have all inspired Joplin to become one of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s greatest legends.


Ticket prices range from $45.00 – $65.00 and can be purchased online, by 513-621-2787 or visiting the Aronoff Box Office.
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Her unmistakable voice, filled with raw emotion and tinged with Southern Comfort, made Joplin a must-see headliner from Monterey to Woodstock. Audiences will enjoy Joplin’s favorites, including ‘Piece of My Heart’, ‘Cry Baby’, ‘Me and Bobby McGee’, and many others.  The Janis Joplin Cincinnati concert, A Night With Janis Joplin is created, written, and directed by Randy Johnson and stars Tony® Award-nominee Mary Bridget Davies.



About Janis Joplin
A self-described “misfit” in high school, she suffered virtual ostracism, but dabbled in folk music with her friends and painted. In addition, she briefly attended college in Beaumont and Austin but was more drawn to blues legends and beat poetry than her studies. Soon, she met up with guitarist Jorma Kaukonen and the pair recorded a suite of songs with his wife, Margareta, providing the beat on her typewriter. These tracks included blues standards like “Trouble in Mind” and “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out”. As a result, it later surfaced as the infamous “Typewriter Tapes” bootleg.


Her voice remains among the most distinctive and galvanizing in pop history. However, Janis Joplin didn’t merely possess a great instrument; she threw herself into every syllable, testifying from the very core of her being.

You don’t want to miss this concert! Get your tickets soon. 


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