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Best Concerts in Burlington

Pentatonix at Champlain Valley Expo


Three-time Grammy winners Pentatonix are hitting the road! The four-piece who found success through NBC's The Sing-Off, have been at the forefront of the recent a capella revival. With record-breaking albums behind them, the kings and queen of a capella jingle across the country with their 'Pentatonix: The World Tour'.

Allison Russell at Higher Ground

Allison Russell

The self-taught singer, songwriter, poet, activist, and multi-instrumentalist has redefined 21st-century artistry and is a force to be reckoned with. Two solo albums and three Grammy Award nominations later and Alison is back, channeling the rhythm-first, improvisational energy of great female artists everywhere! Not only has Alison carved a legacy for herself in the music industry through soul-stirring music, but she has also used her platform to elevate, educate, and inspire.

Spoon at Higher Ground


For the oft critically acclaimed Spoon, it's all about the song. For over two decades, they have quietly topped the critics' record and song of the year lists, whilst retaining their control over their independent sound. With smart, stylish grooves and artful lyricism, Spoon embody doing things for the right reasons, and have seen their music featured everywhere from The Simpsons to The OC and still kept their inherent coolness.

John Vincent III at Higher Ground

John Vincent III

This fall, folk Americana musician John Vincent III is taking The Roadtrip tour across the United States and Canada. The Highway Woman singer will make a start in Los Angeles' Fonda Theatre, make his way up to Canada, and head back down again, finishing off in Atlanta, Georgia. You've got plenty of time to listen to his songs for the road, but don't hesitate to get your tickets before they drive away!

Graham Nash at Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

Graham Nash

One third (or fourth, depending on who is feuding with whom) of folk rocks biggest super-group, Graham Nash is often credited with being the glue that keeps the trio making sweet music together, and having penned some of their greatest hits including Marrakech Express and more. This summer the former Hollie heads out on tour once more, bringing you an evening that delves far into his remarkable six-decade career, to show you the real Graham Nash.

Pink Martini at Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

Pink Martini

Pink Martini are the brainchild of Thomas Lauderdale, who in the early 1990s was thinking of running for Mayoral office. But he slowly became frustrated and fascinated by the musical entertainment during political society events. So he formed Pink Martini to address this and make music that appeals to everyone, from liberals to conservatives, all over the world. Over 20 years later, they're still going strong!

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