General Admission Lawn Seating: $35
Reserved Seating: $45, $55 and $65
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In his opening notes on I Know I’ve Been Changed, the artist known to millions of devoted fans worldwide as Aaron Neville stands before the microphone not as a musical legend, but as an ordinary man appealing to an eternal God. His signature vibrato rises and dips in a musical prayer full of passion, utterly sincere.
It is perhaps the most powerful moment on a uniquely moving album—his first gospel recording since Hurricane Katrina ripped through the city he cherished, destroying his personal home, and forever altering so much of the life he knew.
Despite that tragic backdrop, the project plays not as a mournful reflection, but rather as a hopeful celebration of the three things that have shaped Aaron Neville most of all—his hometown, his music and his faith.
In grand New Orleans style, I Know I’ve Been Changed celebrates Aaron Neville’s 50th year in recorded music. The album brings the artist’s career full circle, returning him to the music he loved first—gospel music—and reuniting him with Allen Toussaint, the legendary songwriter, musician and producer who produced Aaron’s first recording session in 1960.
In 1977, The Dirty Dozen Social and Pleasure Club in New Orleans began showcasing a traditional Crescent City brass band. It was a joining of two proud, but antiquated, traditions at the time: social and pleasure clubs dated back over a century to a time when black southerners could rarely afford life insurance, and the clubs would provide proper funeral arrangements. Brass bands, early predecessors of jazz as we know it, would often follow the funeral procession playing somber dirges, then once the family of the deceased was out of earshot, burst into jubilant dance tunes as casual onlookers danced in the streets. By the late ’70s, few of either existed. The Dirty Dozen Social and Pleasure Club decided to assemble this group as a house band, and over the course of these early gigs, the seven-member ensemble adopted the venue’s name: The Dirty Dozen Brass Band.
Thirty-five years later, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band is a world famous music machine, whose name is synonymous with genre-bending romps and high-octane performances. They have revitalized the brass band in New Orleans and around the world, progressing from local parties, clubs, baseball games and festivals in their early years to touring nearly constantly in the U.S. and in over 30 other countries on five continents. The Dirty Dozen have been featured guests on albums by artists including David Bowie, Elvis Costello, Dr. John, Buckwheat Zydeco, Dave Matthews Band, Modest Mouse, Widespread Panic, and the Black Crowes.
Online ticketing is now closed, but there are still lawn tickets available. Stop by the Ticketing Office at Deer Valley and pick some up!
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Deer Valley Resort’s Snow Park Amphitheater, Park City, UT. Venue Details
For early admission to snag your desired General Admission Lawn Spot:
Park City Performing Arts Foundation $100 Memberships include special members-only admission to each performance, so you don’t have to wait in line, and you get admitted to the lawn ahead of the General Public. Highly recommended.
To save money on your lawn tickets:
Buy a General Admission Lawn Seating Punch Pass of 10 Tickets Redeemable for any show, and save $5 per ticket.
To get other special savings:
Park City Performing Arts Foundation Members at all levels save $3 off the purchase price of each ticket. (Memberships start at $25.)
Children under 3 are free on the lawn. Children 16 and under pay half price, and seniors 62 and over get a 20% discount when you buy your tickets at the box office or by calling 435-655-3114.
Only Full-Priced tickets are available online. For Children, Senior and Member discounts or punch card redemptions, patrons must contact the box office.
Reserved Ticket Pricing & Row Locations:
For this performance: $45 (rows R,S,T,U,V), $55 (rows M,N,O,P,Q), $65 (rows K,L). PCPAF reserves the right to add additional rows to any performance.
For special privileges with your Reserved Tickets:
Buy a Reserved Seating Punch Pass for $900, which gives you 8 Reserved Section tickets, 4 reception passes and 2 reserved parking passes.
For seating in the first 10 rows of any show:
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