April 23, 2021 | 7:30 pm
David Archuleta became a star at the age of 16 when more than 30 million television viewers fell in love with his angelic voice as the runner-up on season seven of American Idol. Now a resident of Nashville with nine studio albums under his belt, he spends his downtime collaborating with other songwriters and musicians. His most recent album, Therapy Sessions, narrates Archuleta’s lifelong struggle with mental health and was hailed by Billboard as “his most vulnerable music yet.” Following his well-received UGA Presents debut in 2018, this fan-favorite brings his immeasurable talent and endearing charm back to Athens for an intimate performance of music of reflection and hope.
HOW TO WATCH THIS PERFORMANCE:
Attend in Person – This live performance will take place in Hodgson Concert Hall at the University of Georgia Performing Arts Center. Audience capacity will be significantly reduced. Social distancing and face coverings are required at all times. Click here to learn more about the in-person experience.
Tickets are available for purchase online in singles and doubles only. To buy more than two tickets in a group (same household only), please contact the box office directly at (706) 542-4400. All seats are assigned.
60 minutes (approx.)
The Performing Arts Center Concert Fund