WWR Presents: N. Wayne Pavilion

Come out to enjoy a FREE Winding Way Records Presents socially-distanced outdoor concert featuring Ella Beyer, Cookie Rabinowitz, Jodi Valentin and Jacob Vanko. It will be held at the North Wayne Avenue Pavilion Tent at 118 North in Wayne, PA on September 12th at 3:00- 6:00 PM. Please reserve your free tickets here.

Jacob Vanko, Jodi Valentin, Ella Beyer & Cookie Rabinowitz

Meet the Performers

Ella Beyer

Ella Beyer is an 18-year-old singer-songwriter from Pasadena, CA who is inspired by experience, emotion, and the art of those who came before her. Citing artists like Carole King, The Beatles, Ingird Michaelson, and Sara Bareilles, Beyer’s music uses smart, relatable lyrics and unforgettable hooks to explore young adult experiences with relevance to both teenagers and adults alike. Don’t miss this rising star!

Cookie Rabinowitz

Cookie Rabinowitz, “Soulman, Philanthropist, Optimist,” is a singer-songwriter from Philadelphia. His intoxicating, unique sound is a blend of funk, pop, and R&B. Cookie’s most recent release is a two-song EP entitled Bitter Days . It’s an exciting blend of sounds and production techniques that creates a body of work that is truly unique and mesmerizing. 

Jodi Valentin

Jodi Valentin grew up in New York City, attended NYU, and played all the coveted venues in the lower east side. She is a pop artist often found singing heartfelt, story-based ballads behind a piano. Jodi has been fortunate enough to work under the thumb of Roger Waters of Pink Floyd and Nigel Godrich during an internship program at Soundtrack Studios, and worked with producer David Kahne (Paul McCartney, Taking Back Sunday, Tony Bennett, Matisyahu, etc.) on her 2015 single, “The Radio”. Fortunately, she also sat beside Maggie Rogers at NYU Clive Davis, where they’d critique each other’s songwriting.

Jacob Vanko

Jacob Vanko came into his own as a Virginia songwriter in his 20’s, drawing inspiration from Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, and John Prine. Not only did he open for Dwight Yoakam, Bob Lewis, Sister Hazel, and the Mallett Brothers Band, but he performed at the Winter Blues and Jazz Festival, The Neptune Festival, and even headlined at The Big Bluesy Festival. His music is a combination of traditional blues, folk, country, and bluegrass mixed with grunge and rock. Vanko has a unique sound that is able to attract a large crowd with an even mix of soulful Americana and powerful Rock & Roll.

How Ticket Reservations Work

This concert is free – Pick your party size from 1 to 20 persons then reserve the number of tickets (total quantity). You only need one reservation order for your party. 

To be as green and efficient as possible, no tickets will be mailed or printed but with your eTicket reservation we will be notified with your name and party size. On the day of the event, we will have greeters at the park to make sure you can find a spot.

Please reserve your tickets here.

COVID Safety

All of our staff and performers are vaccinated, if you are not vaccinated or prefer to wear a mask please do so as a courtesy to  others. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available free of charge.

N. Wayne Pavilion (Parking Lot Tent) Google Map Location Here

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