Edgefield Concerts On The Lawn
- Edgefield - Amphitheater |
- Sunday, September 1, 2013
- 5 p.m. doors, 6:30 p.m. show |
- $37 advance, $38 day of show (no reserved seating) |
- All ages welcome
Tickets on sale now!
All tickets available through EdgefieldConcerts.com, in person at the Crystal Ballroom box office, Bagdad Theater, Edgefield Gift Shop and charge by phone at 1-800-514-3849. Ticketing services provided by Etix.com. (Subject to service charge and/or user fee.)
Edgefield proudly hosts the sixth year of Concerts on the Lawn, an outdoor music series that has become a summer tradition for fans throughout the Pacific Northwest.
For complete information about the acts, the venue, rules, policies and much more, please visit edgefieldconcerts.com. Check out photos from past shows at Edgefield, as well!
- Low-profile lawn chairs and blankets only
- No picnics or outside food or beverages
- No re-entry
- No pets
- No camping
- No RVs
- No unauthorized vendors
Cosmic forces were at work when MGMT's co-founders, Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser met over ten years ago at Wesleyan University. Drawn together by a mutual love of mystic paganism, the duo signed to Columbia Records in the eve of 2006. On a mission to sprinkle the music industry with weirdness and unpredictability the band delivered their debut album Oracular Spectacular in 2008. The record garnered the band three Grammy nominations, along with numerous accolades across the globe, including landing at #18 on Rolling Stone magazine's Top 100 albums of the decade.
2010's Congratulations was conceived even before Oracular Spectacular's release! The “musically adventurous” eclectic mixture of tracks may have sounded a little confusing to some, but that’s only because MGMT's unconventional pop structures reflect the chaotic vibrations of the world – and who can realistically make sense of that? Congratulations debuted at #2 on the US Billboard 200 and #4 in the UK, going on to become one of the most talked about albums of the past decade.
Performing live as a five piece, MGMT continue to entertain through multiple TV appearances (including covering Pink Floyd's “Lucifer Sam” on Jimmy Fallon in while decked out in hardened fisherman’s gear), a steady stream of music festival performances around the world, curating the latest edition of the Late Night Tales music compilation, and remaining precocious and curious under-30 wunderkind. Via their recorded music medium, the endlessly experimental and spontaneous duo have stayed true to their precarious nature.
In November 2011, MGMT performed two nights at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, creating a unique musical performance to coincide with the opening of Maurizio Cattelan's career retrospective “All” – an installation of over 100 art pieces dangling from the museum's ceiling through its legendary inner spiral space.
Last year MGMT conquered South America with their live show and in September Ben and Andrew performed as a two-piece for the first time in a decade, as part of the legendary Joshua Light Show. Listening in on the universe's stream of consciousness for inspiration, the duo are currently completing the third MGMT album due for an early summer release. As a band that exists in its own space and time, and is constantly defying expectation, there is no saying what magical gifts MGMT will bestow.