Charlottesville, VA is home to quite an up-and-coming music scene.
When many people think of Charlottesville, they think of rolling hills and country vineyards. Of Skyline Drive and rocky hiking trails. Of Thomas Jefferson, his university, and Edgar Allan Poe.
So it’s no surprise that the nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Charlottesville is hosting some big names in music this summer. If you were an alt rock/emo kid in the early 2000′s, don’t miss Death Cab For Cutie this weekend. Check out the complete summer lineup for more awesome shows that will be heading to town soon.
When it comes to live concerts, it’s all about the experience of sharing it with the artist, your friends, and the other fans in the crowd.
Fans attending a concert at the Charlottesville Pavilion can use the app to capture moments and share them – either by photo or 140-character tweets. Everyone in the audience that night will be able to see the live feed of comments and photos in real-time. The app broadcasts an amped-up version of everyone’s social activities via a mobile JumboTron. So no one will get lost in the crowd.
And come on- who wouldn’t want to see their name (or Twitter handle) in lights? :)
Plus, you won’t have anymore scream-into-your-friend’s-ear-but-she-still-can’t-hear-you-over-the-loud-bass-solo moments. Just use the app to tweet a photo of the amazing moment when Chris Daughtry looks right at you.
The Pavilion app also gives you a great way to tap into knowledge about the band from the rest of the audience. You can ask a question of anyone in the crowd through a live chat feature, or post information to @cvillepavilion, the venue’s Twitter handle.
Even if you’re not attending a concert or event at the Pavilion, the app allows you to browse, search and view the upcoming concert schedule, check out the artist bios, and easily purchase tickets.
You’ll never want to experience another show without it.