Greenville concerts: Summer performances by Willie Nelson, 'Weird Al' Yankovic, and more
Summer is officially here, and the concert calendar is heating up to go along with it. There's a whole lot of music on tap for the next couple of months, from New Kids on the Block to Ted Nugent to Chris Botti.
Here's a look at the upcoming season of entertainment:
June 23, Shinedown, CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park. $29-$125. The Attention Attention World Tour brings the Florida rockers to town.
June 28, “Weird Al” Yankovic, CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park. $25-$75. The king of song parodies such as “Amish Paradise” and “Like a Surgeon” plays Simpsonville.
July 6, Tedeschi Trucks Band, CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park. $18-$199. The blues-rockers hit the road with their Wheels of Soul Tour.
July 10, New Kids on the Block with Debbie Gibson, Naughty by Nature, Salt-N-Pepa, and Tiffany, Bon Secours Wellness Arena. $39-$159. Jump into the wayback machine for a musical blast from the late 1980s.
July 13, Marcus King Band Hometown Throwdown, Peace Center. The Greenville guitar phenom’s hometown show is sold out, but the Peace Center’s website says that more tickets may be released closer to the date of the show.
July 20, An Evening With Chris Botti, Peace Center. $45-$65. The Grammy Award-winning trumpeter blends many genres, including rock and jazz.
Aug. 16, Willie Nelson and Family and Alison Krauss, Bon Secours Wellness Arena. $39.50-$250. The country icon and the bluegrass legend join forces for a show that's sure to be memorable.
Aug. 17, Ted Nugent, CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park. The guitar shredder comes to town with his The Music Made Me Do It Again! Tour.
Aug. 20, Gladys Knight, Peace Center. $65-$85. The Empress of Soul has one of the most iconic voices in R&B.
Aug. 24, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Peace Center. $65-$95. Isbell has become one of the premier Americana artists and songwriters of the past decade.
Sept. 1, SpiritFest 2019, Bon Secours Wellness Arena. $15-$52. The annual gospel extravaganza features performances by Tye Tribbett, the Clark Sisters, the Rance Allen Group and more.
Sept. 6, An Evening with the Steeldrivers, Peace Center. $35-$45. The Steeldrivers mesh bluegrass with soul and other musical flavors.
Sept. 8, Judah and the Lion, Bon Secours Wellness Arena. $31-$51. The alt-music trio’s sound blends folk, rock, bluegrass and a dash of hip-hop.
Sept. 10, Indigo Girls, Peace Center. $35-$55. The indie-folk duo is known for songs such as "Closer to Fine" and "Watershed."
Sept. 10, Peter Frampton, CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park. $22-$350. Baby, if you love his way with a guitar, you should plan to be at this concert; Frampton is calling this a farewell tour.
Sept. 19, Keb’ Mo’ Solo with Jontavious Willis, Peace Center. $25-$45. The rootsy blues guitarist hits the stage as a solo artist.