David Bromberg Quintet Concert

Virtuoso guitarist and Americana godfather David Bromberg brings his Quintet to the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall.

Please Note: This event is from 2022

The Ponte Vedra Concert Hall presents Americana icon David Bromberg and his Quintet in a live concert at 8 p.m. Tuesday, February 22, 2022.

Hailed as the godfather of Americana music, Bromberg has been playing music for over five decades, with music legends like Bob Dylan, George Harrison and Jerry Garcia. Jerry Jeff Walker once said that Bromberg "is the reason man created stringed instruments," and he certainly can play quite a few, from guitar and fiddle to Dobro and mandolin. Bromberg even co-invented a music genre — Newgrass.

On his latest album, Big Road (Red House Records 2020), Bromberg and his band were determined to give fans "something of value" — in other words, a tangible, content-rich package of music, film, text and photos.

Bromberg's band is road-tested and filled with ace musicians. Its current lineup includes Mark Cosgrove (guitar, mandolin, vocals), Nate Grower (fiddle, mandolin, guitar, vocals), Josh Kanusky (drums, vocals) and Suavek Zaniesienko (bass, vocals). Joining David's core band for Big Road are keyboardist Dan Walker on piano, organ and accordion, a stellar horn section of Bromberg regulars Birch Johnson (trombone), Jon-Erik Kellso (trumpet), Matt Koza (tenor sax) and Bob Stewart (tuba) and Larry Campbell (mandolin and pedal steel).

Admission: Tickets are $41.50 to $43.50.

When: 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022. Doors open at 7 p.m.

Where: The Ponte Vedra Concert Hall is located at 1050 A1A North in Ponte Vedra Beach.

Parking Information: Parking will be available onsite. There will be a $5 parking fee for ticketed events and for free events parking will also be free. For events not produced by the St. Johns County Cultural Events Division, parking fees will be at the discretion of the event producer.

Admission | Ticket Prices

Reserved SeatingPrice
Rows A – K$43.50
All Remaining Rows$41.50

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