June 12 at 6:30pm (no opener) in the Outdoor Amphitheater
Gates open at 4:30pm, no food or beverage carry-ins, $5 on-site parking
Advance General Admission: $5
Week of Concert (Sunday June 9-Wednesday June 12) General Admission: $10
Priority "Front of Stage" Tickets (Standing room only): $25
VIP Tickets: $25 (Includes seating in Sky Boxes or Producer's Deck (based on availability), parking and wait staff service)
Tickets on sale now!
- In person at the Artpark Box Office (Regular hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm, Thursdays 10am-6pm)
-By phone at 716-754-4375 and 1-888-223-6000
-Or online by clicking here
As rock's foremost MVP singer-guitarist, Warren Haynes has been constantly on the move and in the spotlight for the past two decades.
During that time Haynes has maintained his tenure in Gov't Mule, the Allman Brothers Band and the Dead, and while barely catching his breath between their tours and studio sessions, he's also performed or cut tunes with a diverse array of musicians including Phil Lesh & Friends, James Hetfield, Bob Dylan, John Lee Hooker, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Dave Matthews, Kid Rock and most recently with his longtime hero BB King.
No wonder it's taken Haynes so long to get back into the studio to make the follow-up to his first solo disc, 1993's Tales of Ordinary Madness. And no wonder his new album is called Man in Motion.
Haynes describes the title track as "a snapshot of someone who is evolving and in constant change, and I can certainly relate to that. I feel that musicians are students for life, so it's important for me to always seek new experiences and throw myself curve balls, to remain inspired and challenged, and to grow. And while I've been thinking about getting back to another solo studio album for a long time now, I've had other things demanding my attention."
In addition to his three solo discs (including 2004's acoustic Live At Bonnaroo), seven albums with the Allman Brothers and Gov't Mule's 16 studio and live releases, Haynes has accumulated stacks of accolades for his efforts.
They range from performing at The White House for the Obama's, Grammy wins and nominations to his ranking at number 23 on Rolling Stone's list of "The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time." Haynes has played
New York City's historic Beacon Theater nearly 300 times, more than any other artist. Gov't Mule has sold over two million song downloads from their own MuleTracks web site. And a wide range of stars including Garth Brooks, Gregg Allman, Phil Lesh, Little Milton, John Mayall, George Jones, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi and Buckwheat Zydeco have recorded his songs in addition to the 25 songs he's written for the Allman Brothers Band.
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