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Old Crow Medicine Show 

Winning over rapturous audiences with raucous live performances, Old Crow Medicine Show brings an undeniable urgency to folk music with classic tunes like “Wagon Wheel.” 

Thursday, Jun 13, 2024, 7:30 p.m.


  • A: $110.25
  • B: $93.25
  • C: $74.50

MEMBER BENEFIT: Members receive 10% off on all tickets to this performance.

Ticket prices are inclusive of all fees. 

Scottsdale Arts is the only authorized ticket-seller for this event.

About the Event

The members of Old Crow Medicine Show got their start busking on street corners in 1998, from New York state and up through Canada, winning audiences along the way with their boundless energy and spirit. Since that time, Old Crow Medicine Show has become one of the most potent and influential forces in American roots music. Over the last quarter-century, the two-time Grammy®-winning string band has brought its sublimely raucous live show to rapturous audiences around the world and toured with the likes of Willie Nelson and John Prine, all while amassing an acclaimed catalog that includes such standouts as the double-platinum hit single “Wagon Wheel.” 

The band members have been inducted as members of the Grand Ole Opry and have won two Grammys: Best Folk Album for Remedy (2014) and Best Long Form Music Video for Big Easy Express (2013). Additionally, the band’s classic single, “Wagon Wheel,” received the RIAA’s Double-Platinum certification in 2019 for selling more than 2 million copies, while the band’s debut album, O.C.M.S., has been certified Gold (500,000 copies). The band’s latest release is Jubilee (August 2023), released via ATO Records. 

Arriving as the Nashville-based six-piece celebrates its 25th anniversary, the 2023 album Jubilee finds the members of Old Crow doubling down on their commitment to creating roots music that bears an undeniable urgency. “In a lot of people’s minds, folk music seems to be relegated to a place of supposed purity, but we’ve always wanted our folk music to be the soundtrack to real living rather than something stuck behind the glass in a museum,” says frontman Ketch Secor. “We’d much prefer to smash that glass and take those instruments back to the street corners, maybe break some strings and bleed on them a bit. To us, music works best when you sing it loud and hard and lusty until your throat gets sore—it’s meant to hurt when it comes out right.” 


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