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Rewriting the rules of music
Becca Mancari has lived a life of transition, from working as a janitor in South Florida to writing songs with train hoppers in the Blue Ridge Mountains and seeking spirituality in India. But it was her time in Virginia and Nashville where she found the roots music that would inspire her musical evolution. Her debut album, Good Woman, is hauntingly lonesome with dust-cloud swells of electric guitar and don’t-look-back lyrics revealing scenes from her well-travelled story, evoking the sound of city grit and the mountain music of her youth into a fresh, nostalgic sound. Becca’s music feels familiar, but pushes creative boundaries, rewriting the rules for her genre. It’s her refusal to subscribe to molds and trends that sets her apart while challenging everyone to create a new genre of music. In a short time, Becca has made a name for herself in Nashville and the southeast and has toured and played with Margo Price, Hurray For The Riff Raff, The Lone Bellow, SUSTO, Joan Osborne and The Weeks.
Before the Humming House concert
Free admission unless it’s stated that a ticket purchase is required. Open lawn seating on lawn chairs and blankets for all free concerts. For free concerts, picnics, snacks and coolers with beverages are allowed, including beer and wine, but no glass containers, please.
Paid-ticket concerts have different rules. If the concert you’re attending required you to buy a ticket, chairs will be provided for you, concessions will be sold (including beer and wine), and no pets will be allowed on the lawn. Please do not bring chairs, coolers, picnics, beverages or pets to a paid-ticket concert.
For more details about visiting the Levitt Pavilion, please see Your Visit.
The Levitt Pavilion is located in Founders Plaza, 100 W. Abram St., at the corner of Abram and Center streets. For directions and parking, please see Directions & Parking.