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Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia, MD
Headline Shows: 13 | Date Range: All

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Date Artist Comments | Likes Event Info
Sun 08/16/15 Phish

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Wed 08/19/15 Willie Nelson

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Old Crow Medicine Show

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Fri 08/21/15 O.A.R.

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Allen Stone

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Sat 08/22/15 Darius Rucker

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Sun 09/13/15 Death Cab For Cutie

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Explosions In The Sky

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Fri 09/18/15 Alabama Shakes

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Drive-By Truckers

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Sun 09/20/15 Of Monsters And Men

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Comments

  1. mel2001 wrote:

    08:29 AM, Feb 27, 2009

    merriweather for years has been one of the best outdoor venues in the US. Have seen Hendrix, Led Zep, Who, to Marilyn manson, Iron Maiden. Bands love playing there, Just don't get lawn seats unless you want a hassle.

  2. trapper85 wrote:

    10:12 PM, Feb 12, 2009

    I agree. The lawn is oversold for major acts and the on roof auxillary speakers may not work or are overpowered by the crowd noise. The owners have tried to sell the property for years but the planned community in Columbia has put the brakes on it so they just hang on and a quality has suffered. The venue is good for smaller acts and traffic is better than the Nissan.

  3. sleonard1001 wrote:

    06:22 AM, Feb 08, 2009

    I've found the sound dreadful, general admission tickets oversold to the point of people jammed on walkways, the staff non-existant once the performance starts, and email inquiries unanswered.

  4. Anonymous wrote:

    03:56 AM, Jan 15, 2009

    Merriweather Post Pavillion is a wonderful place to get a great listening experience to a wide range of musical guests. I go to concerts here every year and I have never had a bad experience! The MPP staff is tops and they are always trying to make your experience even more enjoyable. I highly reccommend this venue.

  5. bparks5115 wrote:

    08:36 AM, Dec 02, 2008

    This is an awesome outdoor venue to enjoy under the stars in Columbia Maryland

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Merriweather Post Pavilion
10475 Little Patuxent Pkwy.
Columbia, MD 21044
United States

Phone Number:
301 596 0660

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