The Piano Guys at SPAC

The Piano Guys musical act

The pop classical act The Piano Guys will be at SPAC August 7. Tickets go on sale this Friday, February 9 -- they're $41.50 and up. (It's a pavilion-only show.)

The Piano Guys play mashups of classical and pop music in an all very modern way. Genetically engineered for virality and incubated in social media cultures, they've racked up almost 6 million subscribers on Youtube and than 1.4 billion plays. (One of their videos is a joint with Lindsey Stirling -- 18 million views for a Mission: Impossible mashup -- because of course it is.)

Other SPAC pop shows announced so far...

+ May 25: Kevin Hart stand-up show (on sale January 31)

+ June 9: Kendrick Lamar

+ June 15: Kidz Bop

+ June 16: Foreigner, with Whitesnake and Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience

June 27: Keith Urban, with Kelsea Ballerini *

+ June 30: Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers

+ July 3: Tedeschi Trucks Band

+ July 7: GNA Countryfest featuring Rascal Flatts and others to be announced *

+ July 13-14: Dave Matthews Band (on sale February 2)

+ July 15: Jason Aldean, with Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina *

+ July 22: Charlie Puth, with Hailee Steinfeld

+ August 5: Dierks Bentley, with Brothers Osborne and Lanco *

+ August 19: Luke Bryan, with John Pardi and Morgan Wallen *

+ August 23: Chris Stapleton

* County Megaticket shows -- currently on sale as package. Individual ticket sales to come.

photo via The Piano Guys Facebook

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