You can find the new visit rules via this link. To visit the exhibitions you must buy a timed ticket online in advance. 

9 July 2018
Guests arrive at 20:00
Concert starts at 21:00


Aspiring soul star invites audience on a retro music trip around America.

The singer-songwriter from Texas is not yet thirty, but his debut album Coming Home will take you back to the American sixties. With vintage melodies, a laid-back rhythm, soulful brass, a dusty pipe organ, and doo-wop backing vocals, his light voice brings to mind some of the greatest R&B and soul singers of the past, such as Sam Cooke and Otis Redding.

Curiously, Bridges claims that at the time he started his musical career he knew nothing of Cooke and Redding. A shy Detroit kid, he grew up on the radio pop of the nineties and was only intuitively drawn to the retro style, which now shows itself even in his high-waisted trousers and fifties-style boots. Although the geography of his songs will seem familiar to any black music connoisseur, Louisiana, New Orleans, and Mississippi are as related to his personal and family history as they are to the history of a large part of the nation. 


Mosaic Music is part of Garage Live—a special program of events that reflect on the Museum’s building and its architecture. The program features concerts, artist interventions, performances, and lectures.


We are so sorry to let you know that tickets to see Leon Bridges in concert are now sold-out.
We strongly suggest that you avoid buying Mosaic Music concert tickets from resellers as entrance cannot be guaranteed.

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