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THE SHOW MUST GO ON AND THE PALLADIUM IS GOING TO MAKE IT HAPPEN

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Palladium Live! brings your favorite artists and performers right to your HOME.

[St. Petersburg, FL, February 2021]

The Palladium is thrilled to announce their brand-new streaming series, Palladium Live! While traditional in-person live shows remain on hold for a while, the Palladium is staying live with their new streaming series of performances, featuring your favorite Palladium artists and performers doing shows you can enjoy in the comfort of your own home.

Jeremy Carter

“It was vitally important to all of us at the Palladium that we adapt and continue to innovate so that we can continue our long history of providing quality performances to our patrons,” said Paul Wilborn, Palladium Executive Director.

The Palladium has made a substantial investment in technology to capture these performances using multiple high-definition video cameras and professional sound equipment for the shows to be presented online through their streaming partner, Mandolin. Shows can be viewed online with any computer or internet-capable device. Patrons can purchase tickets through the all-new Palladium website, www.mypalladium.org.

Palladium Live Schedule:

  • March 5 – A concert by the Palladium Chamber Players, featuring Jeffrey Multer, Marika Bournaki and Julian Schwarz.
  • *March 19 – Saxaphonist Jeremy Carter, with his Rubber Band, featuring two keyboard players and a powerful rhythm section.
  • *March 26 – Tampa Bay’s best bluesman, Damon Fowler, appears with a five-piece band.
  • *April 9 – Our favorite jazz trio, La Lucha, appears with James Suggs and Ken Peplowski.
  • *April 16 – An Evening of Dance Featuring Artists from BEACON.
  • *April 23 – A special bossa nova show featuring Daniela Soledade and Nate Najar, plus an all-star band.
  • April 30 – This Bird Has Flown, a jazz tribute to the Beatles, led by singer Ona Kirei.

*Members of the Palladium Creative Class of 2021

With its two venues, the 815-seat main concert hall Hough Hall, as well as its intimate award-winning 175-seat candlelit listening room The Side Door, and now event streaming, The Palladium fosters artistically and culturally diverse performing arts, educational and film programs that bring artists and audiences together in a first-class professional, affordable setting.


ABOUT PALLADIUM LIVE!

To watch the show, please create an account on watch.mandolin.com using the email address used to purchase your tickets. YOU WILL ONLY BE ABLE TO WATCH THE SHOW IF YOU CREATE AN ACCOUNT WITH THE SAME EMAIL ADDRESS USED TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS.

If you previously created an account on watch.mandolin.com for an earlier Palladium LIVE! concert, you do not need to create a new account, providing you use the same email address for your ticket purchase now.

Tickets are generated 1-5 days before the start of the event (depending on the date and time of purchase). Once your tickets have been generated, you will see the show in your account on watch.mandolin.com.
If you have any issues accessing the show, please email help@mandolin.com.

If you miss the livestream at 8pm, your unique streaming link will still be active for 48 hours following the show. Enjoy!

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