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Leah Marlene Takes the Stage at Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center for a Night to Remember
The 2023 concert season will start on Friday, April 28 at 7 PM ET with the incredibly talented Leah Marlene, and we couldn't be more excited!
Leah Marlene is a one-of-a-kind artist, songwriter, and producer, who creates music that defies genre boundaries. Her signature style blends elements of soul, jazz, rock, pop, funk, folk, and more, creating a sound that is truly unique and captivating.
Leah gained national recognition last season on "American Idol," where her original songs, including "Wisher to the Well" and "Flowers," wowed the judges and earned her a spot in the finals. Katy Perry herself described Leah as "the whole package."
This unforgettable performance will take place on Friday, April 28, at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tickets will be available for purchase on Tuesday, February 21, at 8:00 AM ET, and can be bought online, over the phone, or in person.
For an additional $5 per ticket, limited preferred seating options will be available, so act fast to secure your spot at this must-see event!
Preferred Seating One of the best seats in the house! • GSMHC will reserve your spot in the center section in the first two rows.
About Leah Marlene:
Leah Marlene is an artist who is constantly pushing the boundaries of music. Her desire to create something new and unique is evident in every aspect of her work. She is not content to simply follow trends or stick to one particular genre. Instead, she blends different styles and influences to create a sound that is all her own.
Her voice is one of the most distinctive aspects of her music. It is both powerful and vulnerable, capable of conveying a wide range of emotions. Whether she is singing about love, loss, or hope, her voice always feels authentic and sincere.
As a songwriter, Leah Marlene is equally impressive. Her lyrics are often introspective and poetic, exploring the complexities of the human experience. She has a knack for writing songs that feel both personal and universal, connecting with listeners on a deep level.
If you want to experience the unique and captivating music of Leah Marlene, be sure to check out her songs and albums on your preferred music streaming platform before buying tickets. Give yourself a chance to be swept away by her one-of-a-kind sound and support an independent artist with a true passion for creating unforgettable music. Website, YouTube, Spotify, and Pandora
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center's concerts:
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center is a hub for music, culture, and entertainment. Every year, the center hosts a variety of festivals, concerts, and special events, set amidst ten acres of historic structures and green spaces. The unique setting offers a perfect backdrop for private or public outdoor events, such as the popular Summer Concert Series on Friday evenings, the Blue Ribbon Country Fair, the Holiday Handcrafter’s Festival, Christmas in the Village, and the Storytelling Festival.
The highlight of the music scene is the annual Sunset Music Series, which takes place at the center's 350-seat outdoor covered amphitheater. This Friday night concert series begins at 7 PM and lasts for about two hours, featuring the best new and established musical groups, ranging from bluegrass, jazz, blues, Americana, country, or a combination of genres. Concessions are available on-site for a hassle-free experience.
The main building is fully equipped with air conditioning and accessibility features to accommodate all guests. Additionally, referrals for catering, tent and table rentals, music, and other special services are available, making the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center the perfect destination for music lovers and event organizers alike.
About Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center:
The Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center is a museum and cultural center located in Townsend, Tennessee, near the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The center is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the history and culture of the region, including the traditions of the Cherokee people and the early pioneers who settled in the area.
The Heritage Center features a variety of exhibits and interactive displays that explore the natural history, cultural heritage, and folk art of the Great Smoky Mountains region. The exhibits cover a wide range of topics, including the history of the Cherokee people, the region's early pioneers and the development of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
In addition to its exhibits, the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center offers a range of educational programs and events for visitors of all ages. These programs include guided tours, hands-on workshops, and cultural demonstrations that provide a deeper understanding of the region's history and culture.
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