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The Broadcast

July 09, 2016 at 7pm


The Broadcast quickly propelled themselves into the live music spotlight with their award-winning independently released debut album Dodge the Arrow, which has sold nearly 10,000 copies to date. 

The band has an even brighter future ahead as they prepare to release their sophomore effort From The Horizon, out this June. Produced and engineered by multi-GRAMMY award winner Jim Scott (Wilco, Tom Petty, Sting, Johnny Cash, Foo Fighters, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Grace Potter...etc.), From The Horizon is loaded with crossover potential and finds the band delving deeper into the realm of Americana while still firmly rooting their sound in the traditional rock 'n' roll sound that fans have come to love.

Led by female powerhouse Caitlin Krisko, The Broadcast is breaking new ground across the country with their infectious energy and authentic approach to rock 'n' roll. Drawing much of their sound from 70's classic rock n roll, this dynamic ensemble is known for their explosive live performances.


Opening Act

Starting at 6pm

Molly McGinn & Quilla


In the spring of 2016 Americana artist Molly McGinn and electronic producer Quilla released a captivating new single “Wild and Kind,” an unprecedented collaboration by two of Greensboro’s most celebrated musical mavens. Lyricist Molly McGinn delivers a powerful vocal performance, drawing the listener in through the lens of intimate storytelling, and her guitar work is complemented by Quilla’s lush atmospherics, beats, synths and backing vocals. Acoustic and electronic elements, along with the duo’s vocal harmonies, come together to create a little slice of heaven. This will be one of their first extended-length, public performances together. 



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1500 Dans Rd, Greensboro, NC 27401, United States
Jimmie I. Barber Park
1500 Dans Rd, Greensboro, NC 27401, United States



Location Info

For all concerts, grounds will open at 5pm, with the opening act starting at 6pm and the headliner starting at 7pm—unless indicated otherwise. All concerts should end by 8:30pm.


Over 250 paved parking places are available within Barber Park. Overflow parking will be made available at the Hayes-Taylor YMCA. Volunteers and signage will be on-site to help you find safe and convenient parking.

Please refrain from parking along streets in the surrounding residential neighborhoods.

Park Rules

Alcohol will be on-sale, therefore North Carolina law stipulates that no outside alcohol may be brought into the event. All alcohol purchased at the event must be consumed within the confines of the amphitheater/designated event area.

  • No weapons or firearms
  • No animals or pets
  • No fires or grills
  • No unauthorized vehicles driving or parking on unpaved surfaces

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