PineCone reserves a full week for our members to reserve tickets to our Down Home Concerts before tickets go on sale for the general public. This year’s Down Home Concerts lineup features:
- Friday, Jan. 6, 2017: Sierra Hull – Fletcher Theater
- Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017: Kruger Brothers with Kontras Quartet – Meymandi Concert Hall
- Friday, Feb. 24, 2017: Dom Flemons with Kaia Kater and Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton – Fletcher Theater
- Friday, March 31, 2017: Billy Strings – Fletcher Theater
- Friday, April 7, 2017: Mountain Faith – Fletcher Theater
- Friday, April 21, 2017: Sarah Jarosz – Fletcher Theater
Tickets for PineCone’s Down Home Concerts can be purchased three ways:
- BY PHONE: Call PineCone’s Box Office: 919-664-8302 – let our friendly, knowledgeable staff help you choose the seats that best fit your needs! Plus, PineCone only charges a flat, $5.34 PER ORDER handling charge!*
- IN PERSON: At the Duke Energy Center Box Office, located on the Wilmington Street side of the building.
- ONLINE: via Ticketmaster.com – choose your seats in real-time! You will need your PineCone member password (e-mailed to PineCone members Aug. 8 & Aug. 15), and your order will be subject to Ticketmaster’s fees.
*PineCone staff will make every effort to meet any specific seating requests; however, we only have one ticket terminal in the office, so we can only process one order at a time, and the first day of our pre-sale is ALWAYS the busiest ticketing day of the year. And there are only 3 of us on staff, so checking phone messages also slows down our ability to take your orders over the phone. We LOVE talking with our members during the pre-sale, but we also want to ensure that we are serving each of you who calls us as efficiently as possible, so if you can’t get through right away, we recommend that you call us back instead of leaving us a message. Learn more about PineCone’s ticket policies and options
PineCone’s Down Home Concerts celebrate how music crosses cultures and borders while also acknowledging North Carolina’s unique cultural heritage.
These concerts showcase artists from around the state, nation, and globe whose music finds connection and expression here. Since 2004, PineCone has been a resident company at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, alongside the North Carolina Symphony, North Carolina Opera, Carolina Ballet, and North Carolina Theatre.