Wednesday, September 6, 2023 | 6:30 pm
Dawn Landes is a force to be reckoned with. This multi–talented American singer–songwriter, musician, and producer has five full–length albums and five EPs under her belt. From touring with roots music band Hem and Sufjan Stevens to producing and engineering music in New York City, her unique blend of musical talent and production expertise has landed her nationwide acclaim and partnerships with giants of American roots music.
The New Yorker describes Landes’ voice as “quiet, flush with breath, almost conversational, but powerfully anchored. It filled the room.” We look forward to hearing this remarkably talented artist’s voice fill the American Tobacco Campus as she kicks off our 2023 Duke Arts at American Tobacco series. See you there!
Arrive early for a free public appearance of Close Act Theatre’s Birdmen beginning in front of Mellow Mushroom at 6 p.m.
The 2023 Duke Arts at American Tobacco series features free live concerts every Wednesday in September at American Tobacco Campus in Downtown Durham. The series is presented by Duke Arts in partnership with American Tobacco Campus.
These outdoor concerts are free; no registration is needed. Bring a chair, a blanket, and visit Parker & Otis, Boricua Soul, Zweli Ekhaya and Mellow Mushroom and other Campus restaurants for drinks and dinner. Alcoholic beverages are allowed ONLY if they have been purchased from an establishment participating in The Bullpen Social District; all other alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited. The stage is located under the iconic Lucky Strike water tower, and the closest parking is at the South Parking Deck at ATC.
Concerts are weather permitting, with notice of cancellation announced at dukearts.org and via Duke Arts social media accounts on the day of the event.