Grand Opening Concert: Average White Band

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Add to Calendar 2022-09-24 19:30:00 2022-09-24 21:00:00 Grand Opening Concert: Average White Band Concert is from 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. in the Nancy R. and Norton T. Dodge Performing Arts Center Auditorium. THANK YOU for the overwhelming response to this event. Unfortunately, the available tickets for the general public are now SOLD OUT. Check back for more events coming to the Nancy R. and Norton T. Dodge Performing Arts Center throughout the year! Please note: photography and videography (film, digital, mobile device) is strictly prohibited during this performance, with limited exceptions for the official event photographers. Parking: Please enter campus via Mattapany Road. Follow directional signs / officer direction to nearest available parking. VIPs and those with accessible parking permits should show them to public safety personnel so they can be directed to reserved parking. Shuttle service will be available from clearly marked points around parking areas. Parking Lot Map (for information only; please follow posted directions when you arrive) Helping us to celebrate the grand opening of our Nancy R. and Norton T. Dodge Performing Arts Center, multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated R&B/soul superstars Average White Band will perform live in concert from 7:30-9 p.m. on Saturday, September 24th. These 70’s chart-toppers are still going strong, with new releases complimenting their classic smash hits like “Pick Up the Pieces,” “Schoolboy Crush,” and “Cut the Cake.” AWB’s lasting impact stems from their uniquely diverse approach to rhythm and blues. Formed in Scotland and inspired by American jazz artists such as “Cannonball” Adderley and Herbie Hancock with the soulful influence of Marvin Gaye and Al Green, the band has evolved into an eclectic mix of original members with new American bandmates. In turn, AWB’s music has influenced countless Hip-Hop, Rap, and modern R&B artists through sampling of their music by performers such as TLC, Ice-Cube, P-Diddy, and Mark Ronson. Join us at the Nancy R. and Norton T. Dodge Performing Arts Center for what is sure to be a memorable, funky time as these Scottish-American heavyweights bring their soulful show to St. Mary’s College of Maryland! Nancy R. and Norton T. Dodge Performing Arts Center America/New_York public
Nancy R. and Norton T. Dodge Performing Arts Center
Free
Intended Audience
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Admitted Students
  • Parents of Admitted Students
  • Alumni
  • General public

Concert is from 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. in the Nancy R. and Norton T. Dodge Performing Arts Center Auditorium.

THANK YOU for the overwhelming response to this event. Unfortunately, the available tickets for the general public are now SOLD OUT. Check back for more events coming to the Nancy R. and Norton T. Dodge Performing Arts Center throughout the year!

Please note: photography and videography (film, digital, mobile device) is strictly prohibited during this performance, with limited exceptions for the official event photographers.

Parking: Please enter campus via Mattapany Road. Follow directional signs / officer direction to nearest available parking. VIPs and those with accessible parking permits should show them to public safety personnel so they can be directed to reserved parking. Shuttle service will be available from clearly marked points around parking areas.

Parking Lot Map
(for information only; please follow posted directions when you arrive)

Helping us to celebrate the grand opening of our Nancy R. and Norton T. Dodge Performing Arts Center, multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated R&B/soul superstars Average White Band will perform live in concert from 7:30-9 p.m. on Saturday, September 24th. These 70’s chart-toppers are still going strong, with new releases complimenting their classic smash hits like “Pick Up the Pieces,” “Schoolboy Crush,” and “Cut the Cake.”

AWB’s lasting impact stems from their uniquely diverse approach to rhythm and blues. Formed in Scotland and inspired by American jazz artists such as “Cannonball” Adderley and Herbie Hancock with the soulful influence of Marvin Gaye and Al Green, the band has evolved into an eclectic mix of original members with new American bandmates. In turn, AWB’s music has influenced countless Hip-Hop, Rap, and modern R&B artists through sampling of their music by performers such as TLC, Ice-Cube, P-Diddy, and Mark Ronson.

Join us at the Nancy R. and Norton T. Dodge Performing Arts Center for what is sure to be a memorable, funky time as these Scottish-American heavyweights bring their soulful show to St. Mary’s College of Maryland!

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