It’s so nice to be able to start the month with another awesome concert announcement. On Saturday, July 30, we’ll welcome The Lumineers to the Ommegang stage for the very first time! They’ll be joined by very special guest Rayland Baxter. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, April 8.
Date: Saturday, July 30, 2016
Time: Gates: 5:00 pm, show: 7:00 pm
Ages: All Ages. Under 12 free with a ticketed parent/guardian
Tickets: $39.50 in advance, $45 at the gate
Camping is available for the first 1000 guests for $15.00 per person in advance. Camping upgrades at the gate are $20 if spots are available. Camping typically sells out so get your tickets/passes early!
Tickets go on sale Friday, April 8, 2016 at 10 am.
Online: via Dan Smalls Presents
Charge by phone: 888.512.SHOW
In person: Brewery Ommegang store, State Theatre Box Office (Ithaca)
All dates, acts, and ticket prices subject to change without notice.
What’s welcome: you!, kids, personal cameras, blankets/chairs, great attitudes, weather-appropriate clothing, responsible drinking, cash for purchasing beer/food, kindness towards our awesome staff and security/EMS teams, carpooling.
What’s not welcome: underage drinking, drinking and driving, weapons, illicit substances, fire, outside food and beverage, pets (except service animals w/papers and prior approval), drones/professional photography equipment (without prior approval), camping in the parking lot, being rude to our staff and the security/EMS teams.
You can read more about our concert and camping policies here.
About the headliner: It took four years for The Lumineers to follow up their platinum-plus, multi-Grammy-nominated, self-titled debut — which spent 46 weeks on the Billboard 200 and peaked at #2 — but ‘Cleopatra’ is well worth the wait. After exploding onto the scene with their monster single, “Ho Hey” (which spent a staggering 62 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #3) and its follow-up, “Stubborn Love” (recently featured on President Barack Obama’s Spotify playlist), The Lumineers spent a solid three years touring six of the seven continents. During that time, The Lumineers — whose original members Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites founded the band in Ramsey, New Jersey back in 2002 — earned a pair of Grammy nominations (Best New Artist, Best Americana Album), contributed two songs to ‘The Hunger Games’ franchise (including the hit Jennifer Lawrence/James Newton Howard collaboration, “The Hanging Tree”) and sold an impressive 1.7 million albums in the U.S., and 3 million worldwide.
See you there!