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Best Shows Jul 19 - Sep 19

in Roanoke

Rain - A Tribute to the Beatles at Berglund Center Coliseum

Rain - A Tribute to the Beatles

Together longer than The Beatles themselves, RAIN has mastered every song, gesture and nuance of the legendary group, delivering a totally live, note-for-note performance that's as infectious as it is transporting. Includes the early hits to later classics that The Beatles never got the chance to play live - including the most complex and challenging songs.

Jim Gaffigan at Berglund Center Coliseum

Jim Gaffigan

As a stand-up comedian, Gaffigan's clever, quiet, and family-friendly style has earned him a a rapid rise through the comedy ranks, and he now stands as one of the country's most popular comedians. His eponymous sitcom on TV Land broadened his appeal still further, to such an extent that he was picked by KFC to play Colonel Sanders in their TV ads! One of only 10 comedians to ever sell out Madison Square Garden, he's a New York Times bestseller and a Grammy nominee, as well as a father of five (phew). Catch him live on the Barely Alive tour this year!

Tom Segura at Berglund Center Coliseum

Tom Segura

Reputed to be the funniest beard in the business, comedian Tom Segura has a list of credits that would put the Titanic movie to shame. The Cincinnati native reached national attention with the release of his Netflix specials Completely Normal and Mostly stories, as well as stints on Conan, The Late Late Show, Workaholics and Happy Endings.

ZZ Top at Salem Civic Center

ZZ Top

Influenced by the likes of Johnny Lee Hooker and Muddy Waters, Rock & Roll hall of famers ZZ Top infuse their classic blues riffs with the spirited, often humorous pursuit of worldly pleasures. Look no further for catchy tunes about fast cars, sharp clothes and good times... and of course the iconic (and pretty incredible) facial hair.

Zach Williams at Academy Center of the Arts

Zach Williams

Don't miss Grammy Winner Zach Williams this spring as he hits the road on the 'A Hundred Highways' tour. It's a hope-filled and vulnerable effort that once again fuses his religious views with southern rock and country. Support comes from the rising star Riley Clemmons, making it a must-see for Christian rock fans!

Koe Wetzel at Berglund Center Coliseum

Koe Wetzel

Trading a stetson for a trucker cap, Texas wild child Koe Wetzel does country music his way. A resident of the Lone Star State, he fuses the raw, hillybilly East Texas country music of his upbringing with a punk rock spirit and bro-country hooks, all wrapped up in a fun-loving persona that makes for a party atmosphere at his live shows. Now, he's taking his country smash-hits all across America with the Damn Near Normal Tour.

America at Berglund Center Coliseum

America

Soft rock veterans America are back on the road, bringing their popular brand of vocals and acoustic guitar on their latest national tour. Having been inducted into the Vocal Hall of Fame in 2006, the band also have their own star on Hollywood Boulevard, recognizing them as an important contributor to the musical arts. Their 2006 album Here & Now saw the band collaborate with a new generation of artists including Ryan Adams, Ben Kweller, and Jim James among others.

Peking Acrobats at Academy Center of the Arts

Peking Acrobats

China's finest acrobatic troupe have been dazzling audiences all over the world for decades. Their unique blend of traditional Chinese folklore and daring gymnastics is guaranteed to leave you speechless and has seen them perform on everything from Ellen to the Hollywood Bowl's Fireworks Season Finale. A few of their members can also be spotted guesting in the Oceans 11 movie trilogy!

Dirty Heads at Dr Pepper Park

Dirty Heads

Blending multiple genres together under one banner, Californian reggae fusion outfit Dirty Heads are back on tour after the release of their eighth album, 2022's Midnight Control. They dropped their first 'Greatest Hits' album in 2021, showcasing the best music from the band's 15-year back catalogue. Don't miss the chance to see them live this year.

Blue October, Switchfoot, and Matt Nathanson at Salem Civic Center

Blue October, Switchfoot, and Matt Nathanson

You've heard of a double headliner, but have you ever heard of a triple headliner? Matt Nathanson, Blue October, and Switchfoot will be hitting the road across the United States on the Help From My Friends tour this summer. In another touring first, the bands will switch up the running order each night, so no show will be the same. Set to be an unforgettable night like no other, get your tickets now!

Aaron Lewis at Dr Pepper Park

Aaron Lewis

Aaron Lewis is a founding member and the frontman of the popular rock band Stained and a Grammy Award-nominated songwriter. See him live this year as he takes to the road around the US as a solo artist performing his own country-influenced material. Not to be missed for fans of this very talented musician!

Old Crow Medicine Show at Elmwood Park Amphitheater

Old Crow Medicine Show

Discovered busking in North Carolina by the legendary Doc Watson, the Old Crows were showing off their retro string sound when they were invited to play at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. From these auspicious beginnings, they went on to weave a pattern of old-time soul and blues across the country, inspiring the new folk wave, as well as a collaboration on the now platinum song 'Wagon Wheel' with Bob Dylan. Old Crow Medicine Band are a spectacular link to the past, with a contemporary vibe.

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