Madison Concert Ticket Giveaway + Free MP3 Download: Bela Fleck & The Marcus Roberts Trio

Bela Fleck Marcus Roberts

Bluegrass and jazz are arranged to be married onstage next Tuesday (October 16) during the captivating can’t-miss performance from Bela Fleck & The Marcus Roberts Trio at the Capitol Theater.

We have a pair of tickets to give away to one very lucky blog reader.  Read on to find out how to enter to win!

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Bela Fleck & The Marcus Roberts Trio + Old 97’s Ticket Bundle Discount

Old 97s

If you’ve been itching to see both Bela Fleck & The Marcus Roberts Trio and Old 97’s (pictured) when they come to town next week, listen up! We’re offering a discount to both shows when purchased as a bundle for $40.  (That’s a savings of nearly $20!)

Click here to take advantage of this limited time offer.  

Concert Ticket Presale: Bela Fleck & The Marcus Roberts Trio

Bela Fleck Marcus Roberts

Tickets to see Bela Fleck and the Marcus Roberts Trio in Madison this October at the Capitol Theater go on sale to the public this Friday (July 27, 2012) at 11:00am.  Our blog readers will be able to beat the rush and snag tickets during the presale, which will go live at 10:00am tomorrow (Thursday, July 26).

Don’t end up getting shut-out during a sell-out!  Click here to take advantage of the presale.
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Just Announced Madison Concert: Bela Fleck & The Marcus Roberts Trio, 10.16.12

Tuesday, October 16, 2012


Bela Fleck Marcus Roberts

Capitol Theater – 7:30pm

Reserved Seating Tickets $35-$49 – All Ages

Tickets available through our Music Calendar on Friday, July 27 at 11am.

Rave Reivew For Bela Fleck and The Flecktones’ Holiday Show In Madison

We promised an unforgettable holiday music performance from Bela Fleck, and his Flecktones, and boy, did they deliver!  You don’t have to take our word for it though.  Just listen to what’s Rob Thomas had to say:

“Fleck is no stranger to playing in Madison, but Sunday’s show was truly special. The Flecktones’ approach to Christmas music not only showcased the incredible creativity and ability of every member of the band, it let you appreciate songs you’ve heard a billion times as music again, instead of just big-box store background noise.”

Click here to read the full review.

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