The Wallflowers add 2nd concert in Homer after first sells out


The Wallflowers have added a second concert in Central New York due to high demand.

The Jakob Dylan-led rock band will perform at the Center for the Arts in Homer on Monday, May 23 at 8 pm According to the venue’s website, the first concert, scheduled on May 22, has sold out.

Tickets for the May 23 performance will go on sale today (Friday, March 18) at 10 am through Eventbrite. Prices start at $63, plus fees.

The Wallflowers are best known for late ’90s rock hits like “One Headlight,” “The Difference,” “Three Marlenas” and “6th Avenue Heartache.” The Grammy-winning band released its seventh album last year.

The Wallflowers were previously set to join Matchbox Twenty at the St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview in 2020, but the show has been postponed three times due to Covid concerns. Matchbox Twenty is now scheduled to play the St. Joe’s Amp in Syracuse on July 29, 2023, and The Wallflowers are not currently listed as the opening act.

Other upcoming Center for the Arts shows include Henry Rollins (March 18), Cowboy Junkies (April 8), Shawn Colvin (May 8), Jesse Cook (June 13) and Nick Lowe & Los Straitjackets (June 14).


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