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Better Than Ezra presents Live A Little Tour
Fri May 24, 2024 8:00 pm CDT (Doors: 7:00 pm )
$33.50 - $76.00
Doors open at 700 and show time at 800.

Tickets are $33.50 in advance and $36 day of show (if available).  Seated Side Riser tickets are $76 (ltd qty). These prices include $1 per ticket charity to THE BETTER THAN EZRA FOUNDATION.

Get adv tickets starting Friday March 15th at 10am at or by calling 866.777.8932.

Under 18 with a parent only.  Anyone under 21 pays $5 surcharge at the door.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.
Songs, albums, live performances — some are simply timeless. From their early roots, circa 1988, playing house parties at Louisiana State University, Better Than Ezra have made their mark on the music world in a major way. Yes, the New Orleans quartet, founded by Kevin Griffin [lead vocals, guitar, piano] and Tom Drummond [bass, backing vocals], who unleash hummable melodies, unshakable guitar riffs, and confessional lyrics, have stood the test of time — from 1995’s #1 hit “Good” all the way to Taylor Swift’s famous 2010 cover of the Better Than Ezra classic “Breathless.” And they’re still going strong: after headlining monumental live shows all throughout 2023, the band is now gearing up for the release of their highly anticipated tenth studio album Super Magick, due out May 3rd via Round Hill Records. Named one of the “100 Greatest Alternative Artists of All Time” by Billboard, with a legacy that includes inspiring a classic Saturday Night Live skit, Better Than Ezra recently shared the first batch of singles from Super Magick: “Mystified,” “Contact High,” and “Live A Little.”

Formed by brothers Ben Ford and Michael Ford, Jr., Airpark is a Nashville-based duo whose songs explore the wide expanse of forward-thinking pop music. It's a sound that's both timely and timeless, rooted in sharp grooves one minute and dreamily rounded edges the next. Over the course of time, the Fords have created music that's honest and ever-evolving, glued together by nuanced arrangements, an attention to melody, and the refusal to make the same record twice.


With the release of their debut album, Prehistoric Feeling - featuring production from Tennis, St. Lucia, and Eric Cannata (Young The Giant) - Ben and Michael double down on their unique brand of pop. Appearances from Eric Cannata (Young The Giant), Jean-Philip Grobler (St. Lucia) and Jessie Baylin provide inimitable flourishes to the eleven song debut. 


Their follow up offering - a tight yet eclectic EP entitled, ‘Dream Girl 101’ - stands in strong opposition against today’s exponentially growing use of AI created and enhanced recordings.  Rather, the Ford Brothers have gone the complete opposite direction, leaning heavily into recording carefully crafted songs live-to-tape in a room full of musicians. In doing so, they’ve fully embraced the charm, mystery, imperfections, and vulnerability that this approach undoubtedly yields. It’s an alchemy utilized by the greats and explains why those recordings still resonate so strongly decades later. The end result is undoubtedly the brothers most arresting and unfiltered work to date.