Sunday, June 26, 2022

Trombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown

with special guests Tank & The Bangas, Cyril Neville, George Porter Jr. & Dumpstaphunk, and The Soul Rebels

Venue: Pavilion
Donor Gates Open:
3:30 PM
Public Gates Open:
4:00 PM
Concert Starts:
6:00 PM
Media Sponsor XRT 2022


Reserved Seats: $75—$105
Premium Lawn Blocks: $64*
General Lawn Admission: $44^

* Price per person, space must be reserved for two, four, or six

^ Ticket price increase by $5 on the day of the event

Parking $25

Ravinia’s main public parking area is located at 201 Ravinia Park Road. This lot can reach capacity quickly for highly attended events. Cost of parking is $25. More Info.

When the West parking lot is full, you will be directed to our free Park and Ride lot at 1710 St. Johns Ave., where a shuttle bus will take you to the park. Please plan ahead for shuttle wait and travel times. More info.

Lineup Update: Big Freedia is sorry to be missing her fans at Ravinia on June 26, but that same day she’s going to be presenting on the BET Awards. She looks forward to dropping back in on Chicago soon and hopes everyone will enjoy the incredible show even while she won’t be taking the stage.

About the Artist

Trombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown is the beloved singer, songwriter, horn-blower, and Orleans Avenue bandleader’s ode to New Orleans—a curated mini-fest of music respecting Crescent City traditions while pushing their boundaries with pop, rock, and hip-hop influences. “Allen Toussaint told me, ‘Learn everything you can, take everything you can from us, but don’t be us,’ ” Shorty says. “The responsibility put on me is to move the music forward.”

The other artists on the Threauxdown—Tank and the Bangas, Cyril Neville (the Uptown Ruler), George Porter Jr. and Dumpstaphunk (playing the music of The Meters), and The Soul Rebels—are of the same mindset. Together, they represent different generations coming together to celebrate and advance the sounds of New Orleans in one jam-packed night of live music and collaboration. “These are people that I grew up listening to, people I came up with, and people who have been inspired by me and my band,” Shorty adds. “It’s the full package, and an expression of what is unique and beautiful about New Orleans.”


Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
Tank & the Bangas
Cyril Neville
(The Uptown Ruler)
George Porter Jr. and Dumpstaphunk (playing the music of The Meters)
The Soul Rebels


Food Trucks at the Picnic Grove

Be sure to stop by the Picnic Grove tonight to catch Mexican favorites like burritos and street tacos at Mario's food truck.  Also try spring rolls, Thai tea and other Thai foods at the Chicago Lunchbox food truck.

Plan Your Visit

Traffic and wait times are nothing to worry about when you plan ahead


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