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2019 Spring Season

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Terri Hendrix BandTerri Hendrix Band
with Lloyd Maines

Friday, February 8, 2019 | 8:00pm
Stateside at the Paramount

Terri Hendrix is a pioneering Texas songwriter who spins sorrow into joy and wrings wisdom from the blues, with a poetic grace and engaging melodic flair that has endeared her to three generations of loyal fans around the globe.

A classically trained vocalist and accomplished multi-instrumentalist, Terri is a truly prolific songwriter — having averaged nearly an album a year going all the way back to her 1996 debut, Two Dollar Shoes. Terri is currently in the midst of running a “sonic marathon” she calls “Project 5,” which by the time she finishes it will comprise four thematically-linked albums and a deeply personal memoir about her lifelong battle with epilepsy.

Her shows at the Stateside Theatre – where she’s backed by her amazing band and the mighty Lloyd Maines – always sell out, so be sure to grab tickets early.

Tickets: $25-$35

Price Level 1) $35: Orchestra
Price Level 2) $25: Back of Orchestra

Delbert McClintonDelbert McClinton
and the the Self-Made Men

Saturday, February 9, 2019 | 8:00pm
Paramount Theatre

Lyle Lovett has said, “If we could all sing like we wanted to, we’d all sing like Delbert.”

The multi-Grammy Award-winning artist is at the top of his game with his latest studio album, 2017’s Prick of the Litter, which captures the balance of soulful energy and restraint that the legendary performer has been delivering in his live performances for decades.

This February, witness Delbert’s signature rhythm and blues sound with a newer jazz influence inspired by Johnny Mercer, Nat King Cole and other legendary crooners. His band, the Self-Made Men, provide a hard-driving rhythm section, powerful guitars and innovative piano, accented by punched-up horns that take the performance to a whole other level.

Tickets: $28-$58

Price Level 1) $58: Orchestra, Mezzanine
Price Level 2) $38: Mezzanine, Balcony
Price Level 3) $28: Upper Balcony

AUSTIN HONORS DELBERT WEEKEND

We are proud to partner with The Nobelity Project to present Austin Honors Delbert Weekend, a special celebration that will bring together music fans from across the city to honor Texas’ beloved rock and blues legend all weekend long, Feb 8–10.

Fri, Feb 8: Attend a rare event as we unveil a Marquee Star for Delbert on Congress Avenue in front of our theatre doors. This occasion will mark only the third star given to a musician and the fifth ever, with previous honorees including Lyle Lovett, Jerry Jeff Walker, Jaston Williams and Joe Sears.

Sat, Feb 9: Revisit Delbert’s impressive catalog when he takes the Paramount stage with the Self-Made Men for a can’t-miss evening of music.

Sun, Feb 10: The Nobelity Project will hold their annual Feed the Peace Awards at The Four Seasons. This year, they are thrilled to present the Feed the Peace Award to Delbert, an artist who has been a dedicated supporter of many great charitable causes in Texas and a leading example for all.

Arlo GuthrieArlo Guthrie:
Alice’s Restaurant – Back By Popular Demand Tour

Thursday, February 21, 2019 | 8:00pm
Paramount Theatre

When legendary folk music icon Arlo Guthrie took to the road to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of his seminal song “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree,” he was incredibly moved by the feedback from fans. Alice’s Restaurant — Back By Popular Demand Tour will coincide with the 50th Anniversary of the feature film Alice’s Restaurant, originally released in 1969.

Folk songs enduring many decades of change only become classics when storylines remain just as relevant today as they were when originally composed. “Alice’s Restaurant” is of this ilk; it’s now weaved into the fabric of American society. However listeners interpret the quintessential tune, you can rest assured that people of all different walks of life come together to sing that famous chorus.

Don’t miss Arlo perform one of America’s greatest musical treasures in Austin, only at the Paramount Theatre.

Tickets: $20-$68

Price Level 1) $68: Orchestra, Mezzanine
Price Level 2) $48: Mezzanine, Balcony
Price Level 3) $28: Upper Balcony
Price Level 4) $20: Upper Balcony


Woodward and BernsteinWoodward & Bernstein:
Power, The Press, and The Presidency

Wednesday, March 20, 2019 | 8:00pm
Paramount Theatre

From breaking the Watergate story that led to President Nixon’s resignation to Bob Woodward’s revealing new book about Donald Trump and his presidency, few journalists have impacted American history like Pulitzer Prize winners Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein.

For more than 45 years, their collective works have focused on the enduring themes of Watergate: secret government, abuses of power and the role of the press.

Now they’ve joined together for a historic speaking event to point out parallels from our past and provide unparalleled insights for our future—pulling back the curtain on Washington as only Woodward and Bernstein can.

Moderated by Evan Smith, the CEO and co-founder of The Texas Tribune, a pioneering nonprofit, nonpartisan digital news organization that specializes in deep coverage of Texas politics and public policy. Evan is also the host of Overheard with Evan Smith, a weekly half-hour interview program that airs on PBS stations around the country.

Tickets: $55-$110

Price Level 1) $110: Orchestra
Price Level 2) $90: Orchestra
Price Level 3) $75: Orchestra, Mezzanine
Price Level 4) $55: Balcony

Anita HillAnita Hill:
Speaking Truth to Power

Sunday, March 24, 2019 | 7:00pm
Paramount Theatre

Anita Hill made sexual harassment a national issue by testifying at the Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Clarence Thomas in 1991. Her bravery empowered thousands of women to bring their own sexual harassment lawsuits and helped revolutionize the treatment of women in the workplace.

Today, Ms. Hill continues her mission and trailblazing efforts by fighting for institutional change to increase parity and protection for women and minorities.

Ms. Hill is Professor of Social Policy, Law and Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies at Brandeis University and she also leads the Hollywood Commission on Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace, composed of leading executives in the entertainment industry. The committee is examining the pattern of sexual abuse in Hollywood that the #MeToo campaign has exposed since Harvey Weinstein was accused of abuse in October 2017.

Be part of an unforgettable, impactful night when Ms. Hill speaks about lessons learned and progress won since her testimony, how institutions can step up to promote equality—from colleges holding students and fraternities more accountable, to companies punishing abusive employees and executives. And why it’s more important than ever before to keep fighting for vigorous enforcement of the law and creative positive change within organizations.

Tickets: $24.50-$69.50

Price Level 1) $69.50: Orchestra, Mezzanine
Price Level 2) $49.50: Balcony
Price Level 3) $34.50: Upper Balcony
Price Level 4) $24.50: Upper Balcony

David Ball and That Carolina SoundDavid Ball & That Carolina Sound
featuring Warren and Marshall Hood

Friday, March 29, 2019 | 8:00pm
Stateside at the Paramount

Grammy Award-winning David Ball is the sole surviving member of the Austin/Carolina country-jazz trio (and Lyle Lovett favorite) Uncle Walt’s Band. Here, he teams up with Austin violinist Warren Hood—son of Uncle Walt’s Band fiddler Champ Hood—and Warren’s cousin, Marshall, for a project paying tribute to that unforgettable music: Uncle Walt’s Band Album Release.

Uncle Walt’s Band’s success wasn’t limited to the South. They gained a cult following around the world while inspiring numerous house favorites like Robert Earl Keen, Shawn Colvin, Jessie Colter, Jerry Jeff Walker, Marcia Ball, Joe Ely, and the aforementioned Lyle Lovett. Those boys from Carolina, they sure enough could sing…

Guaranteed to be a night that brings back fond memories of the late, great Walter Hyatt, Ball will also play songs from his solo career, adapted to the acoustic trio style.

Tickets: $25-$48

Price Level 1) $48: Orchestra
Price Level 2) $25: Back of Orchestra


Pink MartiniPink
Martini

Tuesday, April 9, 2019 | 8:00pm
Paramount Theatre

Perennial Paramount favorite Pink Martini is a “little orchestra” that draws inspiration from the romantic Hollywood musicals of the 1940s and ’50s while spanning genres to make an eclectic, modern sound. Their arrangements of Latin music, jazz, cabaret, and cinema scores have endeared them to both national and international audiences, selling out venues worldwide. You’ll be mesmerized by Pink Martini as they perform their multilingual repertoire on the Paramount stage.

“Pink Martini is a rollicking around-the-world musical adventure… if the United Nations had a house band in 1962, hopefully we’d be that band.” – Thomas Lauderdale, bandleader/pianist

Tickets: $35-$65

Price Level 1) $65: Orchestra, Mezzanine
Price Level 2) $45: Mezzanine, Balcony
Price Level 3) $35: Upper Balcony

PilobolusPilobolus:
Come to Your Senses

Thursday, April 11, 2019 | 8:00pm
Paramount Theatre

Pilobolus returns to the Paramount with a new, multisensory experience that features live performances of Pilobolus works alongside digital creations. Engage with childlike wonder in the miracle of your senses via repertory that leads you through a spectacular immersion of body and biosphere.

For 45 years, Pilobolus has tested the limits of human physicality to explore the beauty and the power of connected bodies. The beloved company continues to propel the seeds of expression via human movement and dance, growing and changing each year while exploring new visual and musical planes.

This performance may contain partial nudity.

Tickets: $45-$75

Price Level 1) $75: Orchestra
Price Level 2) $65: Orchestra
Price Level 3) $55: Mezzanine
Price Level 4) $45: Balcony

Jackie VensonAntone’s Presents
Jackie Venson: CD Release

Friday, April 12, 2019 | 8:00pm
Paramount Theatre

Joy, gratitude, a love for music and Texas: that’s who guitarist Jackie Venson is at her core. Over the last year, she has lit up the stage at some of the most historic venues across the globe. Join Jackie in celebration of her brand new album, Joy, and bear witness to what will surely be a milestone in her career. The history of a rising Texas star will be written at the Paramount on April 12, 2019.

Tickets: $19.50-$24.50

Price Level 1) $24.50: Orchestra
Price Level 2) $19.50: Mezzanine, Balcony

Piff the Magic DragonMoontower Comedy Presents
Piff the Magic Dragon

Saturday, April 13, 2019 | 7:00pm
Stateside at the Paramount

Piff the Magic Dragon combines jaw-dropping magic with incredible comedy. Think Larry David in a dragon suit: funny, grumpy and utterly baffling. Piff rose to fame on NBC’s America’s Got Talent. He now has his own show at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

Piff is joined by Mr Piffles, The World’s Only Magic Performing Chihuahua who is as cute as Piff is grumpy. Hilarious and surreal, the dynamic duo have performed all over the world in iconic venues such as Radio City Music Hall, Shakespeare’s Globe, the O2, London and Sydney Opera house.

“A stunningly good magician” according to Penn & Teller, Piff the Magic Dragon is one of the most original comedy acts you will ever see.

Tickets: $35-$42

Price Level 1) $48: Orchestra
Price Level 2) $25: Back of Orchestra

JB SmooveMoontower Comedy Presents
JB Smoove

Friday, April 19, 2019 | 7:00pm
Paramount Theatre

Triple threat JB Smoove delivers his unique brand of comedic funk to Austin. From Saturday Night Live, Def Comedy Jam, Last Comic Standing, Pootie Tang, and more, you’ve had plenty of chances to see him on big and small screens. But it’s his breakout role as Leon on Curb Your Enthusiasm that has firmly planted him as one of the best comedic improv actors today. No matter the medium, Smoove certainly knows how to bring the ruckus. You won’t want to miss his trademark stand-up style.

Tickets: $32

Price Level 1) $32: Orchestra, Mezzanine, Balcony, Upper Balcony

Chick Corea and Béla FleckChick Corea
& Béla Fleck Duet

Saturday, May 4, 2019 | 8:00pm
Paramount Theatre

Chick Corea & Béla Fleck, two master songwriters, musicians, and band leaders meet in a historic duet of piano and banjo. The Grammy Award-winning duet will combine Corea and Fleck’s most recognizable tunes with music from their Latin Grammy-winning album, The Enchantment, and their extraordinary live set Two (originally released in 2015 and now available on vinyl as well). With a mix of jazz and pop standards crossing a myriad of genres, from jazz, bluegrass, rock, flamenco and gospel, this will be a casual, intimate evening with two legends from different musical worlds.

Tickets: $35.50-$78.50

Price Level 1) $78.50: Orchestra, Mezzanine
Price Level 2) $58.50: Mezzanine, Balcony
Price Level 3) $35.50: Upper Balcony

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