Popular Entertainment

Our Popular Entertainment events feature a dynamic mix of artists, musicians, entertainers and speakers, and attract crowds to our 4,400-seat, open-air Amphitheater. General Admission provides access to the seating or standing area of a concert or lecture and does not guarantee a seat under the cover of the Amphitheater.

Events

Popular (Evening) Entertainment
  • Saturday, July 06, 2019 | 08:15pm

    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ in Concert

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    Relive the magic of your favorite wizard in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™  in Concert. Based on the third installment of J.K. Rowling’s classic saga, the thrilling tale is accompanied by the music of a live symphony orchestra as Harry soars across the big screen. 



    Location: Amphitheater

     

  • Saturday, July 20, 2019 | 08:15pm

    Ira Glass

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    Ira Glass is the host and creator of the popular public radio program This American Life. The show is heard each week by over 2.2 million listeners on more than 500 public radio stations, with another 2.5 million downloading each podcast.



    Location: Amphitheater

     

  • Wednesday, July 31, 2019 | 08:15pm

    The Capitol Steps: "Make America Grin Again"

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    No matter who or what is in the headlines, you can count on The Capitol Steps to tackle both sides of the political spectrum and all things equally foolish. What more would you expect from the group that puts the "MOCK" in Democracy?



    Location: Amphitheater

     

  • Friday, August 09, 2019 | 08:15pm

    Brian Regan

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    Critics, fans and fellow comedians agree that Brian Regan is one of the most respected comedians in the country with Vanity Fair calling him, “The funniest stand-up alive,” and Entertainment Weekly calling him, “Your favorite comedian’s favorite comedian.”



    Location: Amphitheater

     

  • Thursday, August 22, 2019 | 08:15pm

    The Ever Fonky Lowdown: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis

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    The exploration of cultural and societal issues has yielded some of Wynton Marsalis’s most impactful work: the 1986 Grammy Award─winning Black Codes, 2007’s From the Plantation to the Penitentiary, and 1994’s Blood on the Fields — the first jazz composition ever to win a Pulitzer Prize. 



    Location: Amphitheater