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Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and Gov’t Mule
August 25 @ 7:00 pm
Rose Music Center at The Heights
$23.50 – $77
See Gov’t Mule and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue live in Dayton at The Rose Music Center at The Heights on August 25th!
Following the success and fun of last summer’s tour together, Gov’t Mule – led by GRAMMY®Award-winning vocalist, songwriter, guitar legend, and producer Warren Haynes – and GRAMMY-nominated singer, songwriter, and horn-blower Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue have announced a run of five co-headlining shows for this August.
The two bands will bring their acclaimed live show to Huber Heights, OH for a performance at Rose Music Center at The Heights on Thursday, August 25. Once again, these shows will feature full, equal-length sets from both artists, with the closing set rotating per show.
About Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue:
Troy Andrews (born January 2, 1986), also known by the stage name Trombone Shorty, is an American musician, producer, actor and philanthropist from New Orleans, Louisiana. He is best known as a trombone and trumpet player but also plays drums, organ, and tuba. He has worked with some of the biggest names in rock, pop, jazz, funk, and hip hop.
Andrews is the younger brother of trumpeter and bandleader James Andrews and the grandson of singer and songwriter Jessie Hill. Other musical family members are cousins Glen David Andrews and the late Travis “Trumpet Black” Hill. Andrews began playing trombone at age four, and since 2009 has toured with his own band, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue.
About Gov’t Mule:
Gov’t Mule (pronounced Government Mule) is an American Southern rock jam band, formed in 1994 as a side project of the Allman Brothers Band by guitarist Warren Haynes and bassist Allen Woody. Fans often refer to Gov’t Mule simply as Mule.
The band released their debut album, Gov’t Mule, in 1995, and has since released an additional nine studio albums, plus numerous EPs and live releases. Gov’t Mule has become a staple act at music festivals across North America, with both its members and frequent guests from other notable bands adding various funk and blues rock elements to the band’s sound.
Tickets to Gov’t Mule and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue:
Tickets to Gov’t Mule and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue range from $23.50 – $77.
Parking at Rose Music Center at The Heights:
The Rose Music Center at The Heights features a paved 2,000-space parking lot adjacent to the venue. Parking is included in the ticket price.
Rose Music Center at The Heights Rules:
All guests entering the venue are subject to a metal-detector screening by way of a walk-thru magnetometer and/or wand, visual inspection, and bag inspection conducted by Rose Music Center at The Heights personnel. We ask that you please…
- Arrive early and be prepared for additional security measures.
- All jackets and bags will be searched upon entry. No bags, backpacks or purses larger than 12” x 12” will be allowed.
- Be prepared to empty pockets before passing through the screening process.
- Limit items brought into the building. Glass or metal containers, chairs or blankets, and alcohol, beverages or food of any kind are prohibited.
Accessibility at Rose Music Center at The Heights for Ziggy Marley:
Rose Music Center at The Heights is fully equipped with ADA Accessibility parking spots, entrances and seating. Patrons MUST SPECIFY if they need ADA, hearing impaired, or visually impaired seating at the time of ticket purchase.
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