Friday, September 13

$40 Stage Front Standing (General Admission)
$35 Grandstand Seating (Reserved)
$25 Grandstand Bleacher Seating (General Admission)

Tickets on sale Friday, March 1

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Blues Traveler

Blues Traveler has released 14 studio albums and counting, four of which have gone gold, three platinum, and one six-time platinum- selling more than 10 million combined units worldwide. Over an illustrious career Blues Traveler has played over 2,000 live shows in front of more than 30 million people, and, in “Run-Around,” had the longest-charting radio single in Billboard history, which earned them a Grammy® for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. Blues Traveler’s latest effort, 2021’s Traveler’s Blues, is nominated for a Grammy in the category of “Best Traditional Blues Album,” bringing their 35-year journey full circle.

Spin Doctors

Formed in 1988 in New York City, in 1990 the Spin Doctors were signed to Epic Records/Sony Music by A&R executive Frankie LaRocka. The band’s epic debut EP Up For Grabs was recorded live at Wetlands in Lower Manhattan and released in January 1991. In August 1991, the Spin Doctors released their full-length debut album Pocket Full Of Kryptonite, co-produced by Frank Aversa, Peter Denenberg and Frankie LaRocka. Relentless touring and a wave of positive press kept the album alive into the next year when sales began to increase dramatically. …

Spin Doctors

Kryptonite was certified gold in September 1992 and received an additional boost from the band’s October appearance on “Saturday Night Live.” Reaching the one million mark in January 1993, …Kryptonite entered the Billboard Top Ten one month later. By June 1993, the album was triple platinum and had breached the Top Five among Billboard Pop Albums while spinning off two major hit singles: “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong” and the No. 1 Rock radio song of 1993, “Two Princes.” which also earned the band a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group. Ultimately, Pocket Full Of Kryptonite sold over five million copies in the US and another five million overseas. “[Their] popularity is based on universal rock & roll virtues,” said Rolling Stone, which put the band on the cover of its January 7, 1993 issue. “The Doctors aren’t trying to blaze new trails-they know we’ve been down this way with the Stones, Curtis Mayfield, and a few of their other touchstones. But the proof-plenty of it-is in the party.” In June 1994, the Spin Doctors released their second Epic album, Turn It Upside Down. Once again co-produced by Peter Denenberg and Frankie LaRocka, the album featured new originals like “Biscuit Head,” “Bags Of Dirt,” and “You Let Your Heart Go Too Fast.” The band set out on a three-month headlining tour and played to immense crowds at the Woodstock and Glastonbury festivals. Their cover of the Creedence Clearwater classic “Have You Ever Seen The Rain?” was a highlight of the multi-platinum Philadelphia soundtrack. In November/December 1994, the Spins opened for the Rolling Stones on a series of eleven North American stadium shows. In March 1995, their album hit the one million (platinum) mark in the US, moving an additional million copies overseas. The Spin Doctors’ next Epic album, You’ve Got to Believe In Something, was produced by Danny Kortchmar and released in May 1996; more touring followed. The band would release three more albums, 1999’s Here Comes The Bride, 2005’s Nice Talk to Me, and If the River Was Whiskey which was released in 2013. Thirty years. A thousand twists. But whatever happens down the road, rest assured that the Spin Doctors will always be the last men standing, still making music like their lives depend on it, still riding the bus, still shaking the room. Even now, plans are afoot for a seventh studio album to be released on Capitol Records in early 2025 and another swashbuckling world tour, adding to their tally of almost two thousand shows.