Regionals Artist Series

Artist Series Updates

Steep Canyon Rangers with special guest Che Apalache originally scheduled for March 21, 2020, on the Middletown campus has been rescheduled to October 24, 2020. 

The HillBenders originally scheduled for April 11, 2020 on the Hamilton campus has been rescheduled to November 7, 2020.

The Dailey & Vincent show scheduled for April 25 on the Middletown campus has been postponed and we are working on rescheduling.

There is still a refund option for those who purchased tickets to those two shows and cannot or choose not to attend on the date they are rescheduled.

Contact Perry Richardson, perry.richardson@MiamiOH.edu, 513-785-3221 with any questions. 

The Miami University Regionals Artist Series presents eight outstanding shows for the 2019-20 season, with four shows each at auditoriums on the Hamilton and Middletown campuses.

How do I order tickets?

Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers/Michael Cleveland & FlameKeeper. 9.28.2919. Middletown Campus

Double bill featuring two traditional bluegrass bands of differing styles that complement each other on stage. Joe Mullins is a classic character and on-air radio personality backed by a stellar band. Michael Cleveland is considered one of the premier bluegrass fiddlers of his generation, making his Grand Ole Opry debut in 1993 as a guest of Alison Krauss.

Tickets are $32 for adults and $30 for seniors (62+), faculty and staff, students and kids 12 and under.

Ronda Vincent Smiling. 9.19.2019. Ronda Vincent and The Rage. Hamilton Campus.

Rhonda Vincent is a firecracker of talent who powers one of the hottest shows in any genre of music. World-class musicians and an award-winning voice set the stage for a breathtaking, one-of-a-kind performance that reaches beyond the boundaries of bluegrass music.

Tickets are $36 for adults and $34 for seniors (62+), faculty and staff, students and kids 12 and under.

Amy Helm standing on the side of the road. with her one hand on her hair and the other on her chest. 11.9.2019. Amy Helm Band. Middletown Campus

Amy Helm’s most recent album This Too Shall Light is marked by streaks of Americana, country, blues and gospel, and the kinds of four-part harmonies that can burst open a melody and close the loop of an octave. A lifelong musician and music lover, Helm’s parents – The Band’s legendary drummer and singer Levon Helm and singer/songwriter Libby Titus – guided her training and influences. This Too Shall Light includes two original tracks that pay homage to Levon.

Tickets are $32 for adults and $30 for seniors (62+), faculty and staff, students and kids 12 and under.

A black and white photo of David Bromberg laughing standing in front of a brick wall. 11.16.19 David Bromberg Quintet. Hamilton Campus

Americana godfather David Bromberg‘s incredible journey spans more than five decades and includes adventures with Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jerry Garcia and other all-time greats. Bromberg’s mastery of stringed instruments and multiple styles is legendary. In producing John Hartford’s hugely influential Aereo-Plain album, Bromberg co-invented a genre: Newgrass.

Tickets are $32 for adults and $30 for seniors (62+), faculty and staff, students and kids 12 and under.

2/22/2020 Over the Rhine. Hamilton Campus.

Comprised of the extremely talented musical couple, Karin Bergquist and Linford Detweiler, Over the Rhine, will quickly bring you under the spell of Karin’s timeless voice that “has the power to stop the world in its tracks.” (Performing Songwriter). According to Rolling Stone magazine, Over the Rhine is a band "with no sign of fatigue, whose moment has finally arrived."

Tickets are $36 for adults and $34 for seniors (62+), faculty and staff, students and kids 12 and under.

2 photos of the Steep Canyon Rangers and Che Apalache. 3.21.2020. Middletown Campus.

The Steep Canyon Rangers push and pull the boundaries of bluegrass music. Their most recent release, Out in the Open, is the band’s sixth album to earn the top spot on the bluegrass charts. Spontaneity adds spark and texture to an energetic set list - every show is refreshingly different. Opening act Che Apalache is a string band based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Their most recent album, set for release in August 2019, was produced by Bela Fleck.

Tickets are $38 for adults and $36 for seniors (62+), faculty and staff, students and kids 12 and under.

The Hillbenders band members standing in a line. 4.11.2020. Hamilton Campus.

The HillBenders present Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry. Originally composed by guitarist Pete Townsend of The Who as a rock opera, this classic of classic rock albums has now been fully realized as a full-length bluegrass tribute paying total respect to its creators. Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry has received ringing endorsements from Rolling Stone magazinee and Mr. Townsend.

Tickets are $32 for adults and $30 for seniors (62+), faculty and staff, students and kids 12 and under.

Dailey & Vincent standing back to back. 4.25.2020. Middletown Campus.

Grand Ole Opry members, five-time GRAMMY® award winners individually and three-time GRAMMY® award nominees collectively. Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent are backed by one of the best bands on tour today, some of the most reputable and elite entertainers in American music  – bluegrass, traditional country, and gospel.

Tickets are $38 for adults and $36 for seniors (62+), faculty and staff, students and kids 12 and under.

Order Tickets

Via Mail 

Please make checks payable to Miami University and send to: Miami University Regionals Artist Series, 1601 University Blvd, Hamilton, Ohio 45011.

Via Online

www.miamioh.edu/boxoffice (Fees apply)

Via Phone

  • Miami Middletown Cashier’s Office (513-727-3412)
  • Miami Hamilton's Cashier's Office (513-785-3162)
  • Box Office on the Oxford Campus (513-529-3200)

Questions?

Contact Perry Richardson, Director, Miami Regionals Artist Series at RegArtistSeries@MiamiOH.edu.