Down Home Concerts

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 2005, 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. Down Home Concerts primarily take place in Fletcher Theater (600 seats), and we occasionally utilize Meymandi Concert Hall (1600 seats) and Memorial Auditorium (2200 seats).


 

Member Pre-Sale: 2018 Down Home Concerts

Tickets for PineCone's 2018 Down Home Concerts go on sale on Wednesday, Aug. 16 at 10 am for PineCone members; the pre-sale runs through Tuesday, Aug. 22. The 2018 season will be announced in August 2017! Tickets will be available online via Ticketmaster.com, in person at the Duke Energy Center box office (2 E South St, Raleigh), or by calling PineCone's Box Office (M-F, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.): 919-664-8302. PineCone charges a flat, $5 per-order handling fee - no per ticket fees!

Fletcher Theater at the end of the 2016 concert with I Draw Slow - band members stand together on stage smiling and looking toward backstage while the audience in the background gives them a standing ovation at the end of the concert.

Down Home Concerts On-Sale

Tickets for PineCone's 2018 Down Home Concerts go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, Aug. 23 at 10 a.m. The 2018 season will be announced in August 2017! Tickets will be available online via Ticketmaster.com, in person at the Duke Energy Center box office (2 E South St, Raleigh), or by calling PineCone's Box Office (M-F, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.): 919-664-8302. PineCone charges a flat, $5 per-order handling fee - no per ticket fees! Learn more about PineCone's ticket policies

Fletcher Theater at the end of a PineCone Down Home Concert with the Duhks - the band is seen on stage from behind, lit by stage lights; house lights are still dark; in the background, the audience gives them a standing ovation.
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