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Herbie Hancock

Wednesday, April 17, 8

Experience a night under the spell of Herbie Hancock, jazz’s most versatile and influential keyboard player. As pianist for Miles Davis in the mid-1960s, Hancock helped pioneer a groundbreaking new sound in jazz. A trained engineer, he was among the first bop players to explore the potential of electric instruments and combine jazz with funk and rock. Hancock has garnered a Kennedy Center Honor, an Academy Award for his Round Midnight film score and 14 Grammys, including a prestigious Album of the Year for his 2007 tribute River: The Joni Letters. Stay tuned for a killer band lineup to back this jazz legend.

Due to the recent water damage at The Granada Theatre and out of an abundance of caution, the venue for the following events has changed to the Arlington Theatre, located at 1317 State Street. The performance dates and times remain the same.

Tickets listing the Granada Theatre as the venue will NOT be valid for admission at the Arlington Theatre.

Order confirmation emails with new seat information will be sent by Monday, March 11. (This order confirmation email is not your ticket.)

Tickets that were originally held at Will Call will be replaced and stay at Will Call.

All other tickets will be mailed (via USPS) on Wednesday, March 20. The A&L Ticket Office will be in touch to confirm the correct mailing address. If you do not receive your tickets by Monday, April 1, please contact us.