Aug. 24 – Labor Day, Sept. 4, 2023
147 Days 18 Hours 41 Mins
• Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2023 at 7:00 pm
At the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, Brandi Carlile won three more awards, bringing her total number of Grammy wins to nine. This year’s awards included Best Americana Album (“In These Silent Days”), Best Rock Song (“Broken Horses”) and Best Rock Performance (“Broken Horses”).
Inspired by the mining of Carlile’s own history while writing her #1 New York Times best-selling memoir “Broken Horses,” “In These Silent Days” was released last fall to overwhelming acclaim. The album follows Carlile’s 2018 breakthrough Grammy Award-winning album “By The Way, I Forgive You.” In the years since – in addition to collaborative projects with Elton John, The Highwomen, Tanya Tucker, Soundgarden, Alicia Keys, Dolly Parton, Barry Gibb, Leslie Jordan, Brandy Clark and more – she has been recognized for her work as a performer, songwriter and producer. She has been awarded Billboard’s Women In Music Trailblazer Award, Country Music Television’s Next Women of Country Impact Award, and she’s received multiple recognitions from the Americana Music Association Honors & Awards, including 2022’s Song of the Year (“Right on Time”); 2021 and 2019’s Artist of the Year; and 2020’s Album of the Year (“Highwomen”), Group of the Year (The Highwomen) and Song of the Year (“Crowded Table”).
Adding to an already triumphant career, this year Carlile will perform at her inaugural “Mothership Weekend,” a three-day Mother’s Day celebration festival; headline her once-in-a-lifetime “Echoes Through the Canyon” weekend at Washington’s Gorge Amphitheatre; and she’ll join P!NK on her “Summer Carnival 2023” stadium tour later this year.
In addition to their work as a band, Carlile and the Hanseroth twins remain committed to social activism and advocacy. Together, they are founders of the Looking Out Foundation, which amplifies the impact of music by empowering those without a voice, including campaigns focused on Children in Conflict/War Child, The IF Project, Fund Racial Justice and more. To date, they have raised more than $3 million for grassroots causes. Each ticket for Carlile’s Grandstand concert includes a $2 donation to the foundation.
$199, $109, $99 & $79 (All seats reserved)