Avett Brothers, Sheryl Crow, Lyle Lovett, Rhiannon Giddens, Jay Leno, Girl Named Tom Headline Initial Slate of Summer 2022 Concerts at Chautauqua
Amphitheater to Return to 100% Capacity; Tickets Available Now
CHAUTAUQUA, N.Y. — Chautauqua Institution today announced an initial slate of 2022 Amphitheater popular concerts, including appearances by The Avett Brothers (Aug. 24), Sheryl Crow (July 12), Lyle Lovett and His Large Band (July 29), Rhiannon Giddens with the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra (Aug. 23), comedian Jay Leno (July 22) and the first ensemble winners of NBC’s “The Voice,” Girl Named Tom (Aug. 19).
The summer concert season begins with a show by popular violin-voice duo Joshua Bell and Larisa Martínez (June 25) and closes with a week of concerts — including Punch Brothers (Aug. 22) and Emmylou Harris and Mary Chapin Carpenter (Aug. 25) — alongside the popular Chautauqua Food Festival. Midway through the summer, Chautauqua will present a special program, Carl Reiner at 100: Celebrating a Comedy Legacy (July 27), in partnership with the National Comedy Center, featuring Reiner’s children and comedy legend Mel Brooks.
As a special bonus exclusive to Chautauqua, three of the artists featured in the final week of Chautauqua’s season — Rhiannon Giddens (Aug. 22), Chris Thile (Aug. 23) of Punch Brothers, and Scott Avett (Aug. 24) — will also appear as speakers on the Chautauqua Lecture Series platform, which is also held in the Amphitheater at 10:45 a.m. weekdays. The three lectures are part of a series titled “A Vibrant Tapestry: Exploring Creativity, Culture, and Faith with Smithsonian Folklife Festival,” and the three artists will speak about their art making, roots of folk music, and the tradition they are moving forward.
More concerts will be added to the 2022 Chautauqua calendar throughout the spring. Tickets for all announced shows can be purchased now by phone at 716-357-6250 or in person at the Institution’s Main Gate Welcome Center at 1 Massey Avenue, Chautauqua, New York. Online sales will begin on May 3.
The 4,400-seat, open-air Chautauqua Amphitheater will return to 100% capacity in 2022; a determination on any vaccine, testing or other COVID-19 requirements for concert attendees will be announced as summer approaches.
Details on each concert can be found at concerts.chq.org, and more information on public health protocols is available at VacationSafely.chq.org. A full listing of all Chautauqua Institution arts and entertainment programming, including performances and productions by the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, Chautauqua Opera Company, Chautauqua Theater Company and in-residence professional dance companies, can be found at arts.chq.org.
Concert tickets permit access to the Chautauqua Institution grounds four hours prior to the scheduled start time of an event. Patrons are invited to arrive early and explore the grounds and other amenities, including free access to world-class art galleries, plus shops and restaurants.
2022 CONCERTS AT THE CHAUTAUQUA AMPHITHEATER
(Additional concerts to be announced)
- Saturday, June 25: Voice and the Violin: Joshua Bell & Larisa Martínez. $59–$119
- Tuesday, June 28: Ben Folds: In Actual Person Live for Real Tour. $45–$75
- Monday, July 4: Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra Annual Independence Day Celebration. $45–$55
- Tuesday, July 12: Sheryl Crow featuring special guest Keb’ Mo’ and Southern Avenue. $69–$124
- Friday, July 15: ABBA The Concert. $45–$65
- Friday, July 22: Jay Leno. $65–$140
- Wednesday, July 27: Carl Reiner at 100: Celebrating a Comedy Legacy. (Presented in Partnership with the National Comedy Center.) $45–$55
- Friday, July 29: Lyle Lovett and His Large Band. $45–$75
- Tuesday, Aug. 9: VOCES8. $45–$65
- Wednesday, Aug. 17: Matthew Whitaker. $45–$65
- Friday, Aug. 19: Girl Named Tom. $39–$69
- Saturday, Aug. 20: Hiss Golden Messenger & Aoife O’Donovan. $45–65
- This program will take place in Norton Hall rather than the Amphitheater
- Monday, Aug. 22: An Evening with Punch Brothers. $45–$85
- Tuesday, Aug. 23: Chris Thile on the Chautauqua Lecture Series. $30
- Tuesday, Aug. 23: An Evening with Rhiannon Giddens and the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. $50–$70
- Monday, Aug. 22: Rhiannon Giddens on the Chautauqua Lecture Series. $30
- Wednesday, Aug. 24: An Evening with The Avett Brothers. $65–$140
- Wednesday, Aug. 24: Scott Avett on the Chautauqua Lecture Series. $30
- Thursday, Aug. 25: A Very Special Evening with Emmylou Harris and Mary Chapin Carpenter. $60–$100
ABOUT CHAUTAUQUA INSTITUTION
Chautauqua Institution is a community on the shores of Chautauqua Lake in southwestern New York state that comes alive each summer — and year-round through the CHQ Assembly online platforms — with a unique mix of fine and performing arts, lectures, interfaith worship and programs, and recreational activities. As a community, we celebrate, encourage and study the arts and treat them as integral to all of learning, and we convene the critical conversations of the day to advance understanding through engaged dialogue.
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