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Three Fall Concerts at The Amp Announced
Mark your calendars for three standout performances.
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Tickets are on sale now!

The Amp Ballantyne™ will welcome an array of acts that promise unforgettable nights for Charlotte music fans.

Mark your calendars for three standout performances: Turnpike Troubadours on Saturday, September 14, Ben Rector with Rayland Baxter on Friday, October 4, and Trampled by Turtles with Houndmouth on Saturday, October 5. Each concert brings a unique flavor to The Amp, ensuring a season of diverse entertainment.

Turnpike Troubadours – Saturday, September 14

Known for their blend of country, red dirt and Americana, the Oklahoma-based band has captivated audiences with their storytelling prowess and energetic performances. Hits like "Long Hot Summer Day" and "Gin, Smoke, Lies" showcase their signature style. Turnpike Troubadours' return to touring after a hiatus is highly anticipated, and their show at The Amp is sure to be memorable.

Ben Rector with Rayland Baxter – Friday, October 4

Fans of indie pop and singer-songwriter tunes will be treated to an evening with platinum-selling record artist Ben Rector. Celebrated for his heartfelt lyrics and catchy melodies, Rector is known for connecting with audiences through songs. His vibrant stage presence and genuine engagement make each performance special.

Joining Rector is Rayland Baxter, whose unique blend of folk, rock and Americana adds a distinctive edge to the lineup. His soulful voice and introspective songs complement Rector perfectly.

Trampled by Turtles with Houndmouth – Saturday, October 5

Rounding out the trio of concerts, Trampled by Turtles and Houndmouth will offer a mix of bluegrass, folk rock and indie sounds. Known for their high-energy performances, Trampled by Turtles has carved out a niche in the bluegrass and folk scenes.

Opening for Trampled by Turtles, Houndmouth brings a different yet complementary vibe with their indie rock and alternative sound. Songs like "Sedona" and "Golden Age" exhibit catchy, reflective tunes that resonate with a wide audience.

Doors will open at 6 p.m., and the shows will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets for all three concerts are on sale now. Reserved seating starts at $74, and general admission lawn tickets are $54.

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