Lanco at Revolution Concert House

Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 8 PMGarden City
Due to the fire at Knitting Factory, the LANCO concert on January 17, 2019 will be moved to Revolution Concert House on the same date. All tickets will be honored at the new venue on the night of the show.

Skybox and Balcony Ticket Holders: Your tickets will be honored at Revolution as VIP Balcony. Tables are first come, first served. All sight lines will be unobstructed and a cocktail server and private bar will be available to you.

Knitting Factory & AEG Presents: LANCO – Hallelujah Nights Tour

Tickets On Sale NOW!

Tickets are available at the Record Exchange, by calling 866-468-7624
and online at www.TicketWeb.com or www.KnittingFactory.com.

Tickets: $22.50 In Advance, $25 Day of Show
$55 VIP Balcony

– General Admission, All Ages, Full Bar w/ ID –

One singer might be a force, but five is a family. It’s impossible to deny: there’s just something about the power of a band, where songs form a bond thicker than blood. Which speaks to so many different corners of the music lover’s heart. That experience is at the core of LANCO – singer and lyricist Brandon Lancaster, Chandler Baldwin (bass guitar), Jared Hampton (keyboards), Tripp Howell (drums) and Eric Steedly (guitar) – and their version of modern country that’s fit for arenas but sounds equally sweet on the jukebox of a local honkytonk. It’s a collective effort from five artists with solid southern roots that rocks and twangs equally, making songs like “Greatest Love Story,” their newest single, resonate like few others: one part classic, one part cutting edge and completely honest.

“A song like ‘Greatest Love Story’ defines the reason we are in country music,” says Lancaster. “We all relate to it. Anyone who knows about finding love or losing love, there is a piece of their story in the song. We’ve already seen how much it impacts people, and it means the world.” “Greatest Love Story,” is pure LANCO, showcasing Lancaster’s smooth vocals alongside the band’s infectious melodies. Anchored by lush acoustic guitar, a thumping drumbeat and hints of John Mellencamp-style rock, it’s the kind of song that makes the listener optimistic about love – and the future of country music.

North Glenwood Street 4983
Garden City 83714 ID US
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Thursday 8:00 p.m

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