Red Hat Amphitheater History
The Red Hat Amphitheater first opened in 2010 in Raleigh, North Carolina and in a
relatively short time has become one of the top music venues in the country, bringing in some of the biggest acts in the world.
The people of North Carolina have flocked to the popular outdoor venue during the spring and summer months, making it one
of the hottest tickets in town. There is nothing that quite matches the experience of seeing one of your favorite performers
take the stage under the stars on a warm North Carolina night, but tickets to all of the big shows at Red Hat Amphitheater
tend to sell out quickly so be sure to get yours from StubHub today.
Red Hat Amphitheater Events
are looking to see some of the best musicians in the world perform in an unbelievable setting look no further than Red Hat
Amphitheater. Many of the top performers to pass through North Carolina hit the stage at Red Hat including Slightly Stoopid,
David Gray, Old Crow Medicine Show, Lorde, Boston, Sugar Ray, Smashmouth, and more. The amphitheater also is home to fantastic
performances by the North Carolina Symphony as well as some of the biggest musical festivals to pass through town including
the Under the Sun Tour. There is always something great happening at Red Hat Amphitheater, just take a look at the schedule
of events and decide which ones you would like to attend.
Raleigh, North Carolina
As the capital city
of North Carolina, Raleigh is one of the busiest metropolitan areas in the state and there is always plenty going on and plenty
to see. Raleigh has earned the nick name City of Oaks, and the second you enter the city and start driving down the gorgeous
tree-lined roads you will see exactly why. There are ample performing arts companies in the city including the North Carolina
Symphony, Theatre in the Park, the Opera Company of North Carolina, Burning Coal Theatre Company, Broadway Series South, the
North Carolina Theatre, and the Carolina Ballet, providing for a vibrant cultural scene in the city.
Amphitheater Seating Layout
Re Hat Amphitheater seats up to 5,500 guests and offers two different types of seating
options. If you would like to sit near the stage reserved seats are for you, but if you would like to stretch out and have
the option of mingling with friends during the performance you may want to get lawn seats. Wherever you find yourself seated
during a performance at Red Hat Amphitheater you are sure to have an unforgettable time that will have you eager to come back
again. This state of the art venue was designed not only to be aesthetically pleasing but also for functionality with the
experience of the patron in mind. There is literally not a bad seat in the house no matter what event you choose to attend.
The Red Hat Amphitheater was previously known as the Raleigh Amphitheater until 2012 when Red Hat paid
1.125 million dollars to secure naming rights for the venue.