The Anomaly Tour featuring Lecrae with special guests Andy Mineo and DJ Promote is moving to a larger venue for the Raleigh concert. Due to delays in ongoing venue improvement at The Ritz, the Nov. 16 concert has moved to Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. All previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new venue, and additional tickets are now available! Click HERE to purchase your tickets! If you have purchased a ticket, no further action is needed.
The concert has moved just 4 miles from The Ritz at 2820 Industrial Drive to Raleigh's Memorial Auditorium at 2 E South Street. Memorial Auditorium is a 2300+ seat facility that is part of the renowned Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.
Called the "crown jewel" of North Carolina's performing arts, this historic theater was built in 1932 and renovated in 1990. The theater blends rich history and historical performances by the likes of Sinatra, Gillespie, Baryshnikov, Tony Bennett, Ray Charles and more, along with Broadway blockbusters such as The Phantom of the Opera. The theater boasts a dramatic atrium lobby, twin floating staircases and fantastic Doric columns. The recent renovations added state-of-the art technical amenities in sound and lighting.
interior of Memorial Auditorium
The Anomaly Tour has welcomed more than 47,000 concert-goers over the first 5 weeks of the tour, selling out all VIP and Deluxe tickets at each concert and packing in capacity crowds at many venues along the way. Lecrae, Andy Mineo and DJ Promote are on pace to bring the gospel to more than 70,000 people in 30 cities across the nation. The concerts are causing a social media frenzy, stirring up interest in a diverse mix of ages, cultures and ethnicities. As Lecrae posted to his nearly 1 million followers, "I'd rather be an outsider."
If you haven't bought your ticket for this historic tour, get your ticket now. Click HERE for all the details.
view of atrium
in Memorial Auditorium