*Tickets starting at $58.00 | On sale December 6 at noon | Ticket limit of 8.
LN presale December 4 at 10am to December 5 at 10pm
Facebook presale December 4 at 10am to December 5 at 10pm
Please note: Online ticket sales end one hour prior to the performance start time. Tickets may be available from the box office.
Please note that the ability to Select Your Own Seat will not be active online during the presale because of the high demand for this event. If you have specific seating requests, please contact the box office.
“The Clarence Greenwood Foundation serves to provide the tools and resources to encourage youth to pursue the arts. Through a diverse giving network, the foundation funds theatre and talent shows and donates musical equipment to schools, while also providing grants for students who choose careers in the arts or in arts-related businesses.
$1 of every citizen cope ticket purchased goes towards supporting the Foundation.”
Ask him how he knew it was time to record a new studio album and Clarence Greenwood, the trailblazing artist and producer better known as Citizen Cope, has a simple answer: “It was time.”
Cope has built an entire career on trusting his gut and following his muse, and if his new album, ‘Heroin & Helicopters,’ is any indication, his instincts are sharper now than ever before. As technically innovative as it is emotionally resonant, the record arrives at a uniquely challenging moment in modern American culture, when profound political polarization and social divisions seem to grow deeper by the day. Rather than dwell on our differences, though, Cope tunes in to what unites us here, drawing on everything from Chuck Brown and The Beatles to Randy Newman and Bill Withers, aiming his unique brand of urban‑folk inwards to reflect on the personal journeys we all undertake to embrace ourselves despite our flaws.
“I think we’re all on a mission to find some inner peace,” he reflects. “We’re all going towards this collective consciousness, and even though it’s dark right now, I believe we’re going to reach that place together. Peace and harmony and understanding, that’s how you combat the darkness, and that’s what this record is all about.”
Respect is ultimately what it all comes down to for Cope: respect for the art, respect for each other, respect for ourselves, respect for our instincts. At the end of the day, we all want the same things, and no matter how much the culture conditions us to believe that peace and happiness can be bought and sold, there’s no price tag because they come from within. Change, growth, and satisfaction require patience, work, and love. Seven years in the making, ‘Heroin & Helicopters’ is proof of that.