Tuscaloosa Amphitheater History
The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater in Tuscaloosa, Alabama broke ground in 2009 and finally
opened in 2011, providing Alabama with a state of the art outdoor concert venue. Since opening it has become one of the most
popular destination for arts and entertainment in the area while it is in operation from the month of April through September.
The venue opened with a spectacular two nights of concerts. On April 1, 2011 the Avett Brothers and Band of Horses played
the opening night followed by a performance by Patti LaBelle and the O'Jays on the 2nd. Since it is an outdoor venue its schedule
typically runs from April through September, leaving concert goers a little over five months to experience the wonder of taking
in a concert at this popular venue.
Tuscaloosa Amphitheater Events
Since its opening weekend which featured
headlining performances by Patti LaBelle and the Avett Brothers, Tuscaloosa Amphitheater has established itself as the number
one place in all of Alabama to attend a concert featuring a big name headliner. Acts like Styx, Foreigner, Brantley Gilbert,
Rascall Flatts, R. Kelly, Thomas Rett, and Mercy Me have all graced the stage at Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. If you are looking
to attend one of the best concerts in the Tuscaloosa and Birmingham area get tickets to the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater from StubHub
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The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater is located just outside of Birmingham,
Alabama which is one of the metropolitan centers of the state. As the largest city in Alabama, Birmingham is bristling with
entertainment options for both residents and visitors to the city. The Alabama Ballet, the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, the
Birmingham Concert Chorale, the Birmingham Ballet, and Opera Birmingham all call the city home and offer plenty of options
for high quality performing arts. Kids will want to check out the Alabama Children's Theater which is one of the oldest children's
theaters in the country. The Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame is located inside of Carver Theater which regularly hosts some of the
best jazz, blues, and R&B concerts to be found anywhere. If you are looking to take part in the Birmingham nightlife,
head out to Five Points South or Lakeview.
Tuscaloosa Amphitheater Seating Layout
seats more than 7,000 guests for its big time concerts, and gives concert goers the opportunity to choose between assigned
seating or general admission seating on the lawn. During most concerts you will have the option to spread out on the grass
and find your own spot and the venue even has lawn chairs available for rent during the concert, or you can choose to pay
extra for reserved seats closer to the stage. Either way you are in for a treat when you attend a concert at Tuscaloosa Amphitheater.
How could any music fan not want to go see a spectacular concert under the stars in beautiful Birmingham?
Amphitheater was slated to open in August of 2010, but months of heavy rains forced the opening to be pushed back until Spring