Freeman Arts announces more artists for 2021 season

Acts include Tedeschi Trucks and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

Delaware State News
Posted 6/1/21

SELBYVILLE — Freeman Arts Pavilion recently released more shows to its 2021 season and announced the public on-sale date for all August and September performances.

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Freeman Arts announces more artists for 2021 season

Acts include Tedeschi Trucks and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

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SELBYVILLE — Freeman Arts Pavilion recently released more shows to its 2021 season and announced the public on-sale date for all August and September performances.


The fundraising arts nonprofit revealed a dozen more performances to its 14th season, which now totals 63 events. Performances will go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, June 7, or Thursday, June 10.


The acts include, Locals Under the Lights on July 7; The Reagan Years on July 8; Mike Super — Magic & Illusion on July 15; Dark Star Orchestra on July 28; Hollywood Nights: A Bob Seger Experience on July 30; United States Coast Guard Band on Aug. 2; country music artist Lee Brice on Aug. 5; Journeyman: A Tribute to Eric Clapton on Aug. 6; Grammy Award winners Tedeschi Trucks on Aug. 17; Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue on Aug. 20; The University of Delaware Music Spectacular on Sept. 16 and the annual Arts and Jazz Festival returns on Sept. 18.


In addition to the newly announced shows, performances also on-sale include Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Tower of Power, Foreigner, Steve Earle and Los Lobos, The Commodores, Melissa Etheridge, Blackberry Smoke and more.



This season will feature pod seating, to allow for proper physical distancing and can seat up to four patrons. Patrons will also bring their own chairs to all performances.


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