Bardavon Presents has announced it will reopen this August after being closed for 14 months during the COVID-19 pandemic. Four new shows will join a number of previously scheduled performances postponed and rescheduled in 2020. More shows and available sales will be announced in the coming weeks.
Erected in 1868 by British immigrant James Collingwood, the Collingwood Opera House featured a plethora of various performances throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. In 1923, the opera house became known as The Bardavon. Since then, the building continues to serve as a focal point for the performing arts, evolving and thriving throughout the years.
Upcoming Shows For Reopening
The following four shows will go on sale to Bardavon members on Tuesday, June 8 at 11am, and to the general public on Friday, June 11 at 11am:
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue – Sunday, August 22 at 7pm at UPAC: Multi-instrumentalist Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews brings his R&B, rock, rap, and funk brass band to UPAC for the very first time. Tickets start at $50.
Dispatch (Acoustic) – Saturday, September 25 at 8pm at Bardavon: One of the country’s most successful indie/roots bands, Dispatch, brings its politically progressive acoustic rock to the Bardavon for an intimate show. Tickets start at $45.
David Sedaris – Saturday, October 16 at 8pm at Bardavon: Sedaris returns to the Bardavon to read stories spanning his remarkable career followed by a Q&A and book signing. All Tickets $49.
Words & Music: An intimate evening with Patti Smith – Saturday, November 13 at 8pm at UPAC: Pioneering artist and punk icon Patti Smith performs a set of original spoken-word stories from her life, interspersed with songs, and will take questions from the audience. Tickets start at $49.
The four shows above join the following performances postponed in 2020 that are on sale now at Bardavon.org
Brit Floyd Aug 29 at UPAC
Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons Oct 24 at UPAC
Mavericks Dec 18 at UPAC
Celtic Woman March 20 at UPAC
Stomp May 26 at UPAC