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Our first annual benefit concert, all proceeds go toward supporting the Pioneer Works Residencies in Music, Tech, Narrative Art, and Visual Arts.

Before The Lumineers take the stage, join us for a happy hour for music, activations, art, food, and drink. Happy hour will include food from Red Hook Lobster Pound pop-up, a DJ set from Miho Hatori (Cibo Matto & Gorillaz), a performance from comedian Ian Fidance, and an art installation from P. Spadine.

Happy hour is available for all ticket types, but join our VIP ticket holders and get access to VIP lounges for a bird’s-eye view of the show; an open bar with beer, wine, and specialty cocktails; and our 2nd and 3rd floor galleries featuring an exhibition from Sally Saul as well as open studios and installations from current Residents Tamar Ettun, Avram Finkelstein, Lorena Barrera Enciso, and Jess Johnson.
$400 of VIP ticket price is tax-deductible as no good or services were exchanged for this amount.

This concert is ages 21+

 

About The Lumineers

Two-time GRAMMY-nominated band The Lumineers have enjoyed substantial commercial success: their 2012 self-titled debut featured the hit single, “Ho Hey,” and was certified triple-platinum in 2018, the same year their 2016 sophomore album, Cleopatra, was certified platinum and hit #1 on the Billboard Top 200. They’ve had 18 #1 hits on Triple A, Alternative, and other radio charts, including “Ophelia” maintaining #1 for 13 weeks on Triple A. The band has sold out tours across the world, with over 300,000 tickets sold on 2017’s Cleopatra World Tour and ended with 27 sold out arena shows. The Lumineers will release their new album, III, a cinematic piece presented as a narrative in three chapters, with each one centering on one main character, through Dualtone/Decca Records on September 13. Their latest single from the forthcoming album, “Gloria,” is available now and has seen early critical praise. The band plans to tour across the U.S. and Europe following a string of festival dates later this year.

Photograph by Danny Clinch