This years “I Don’t Know” tour tee shirt has a show in San Francisco listed. We don’t know the venue that Buffett will be performing at but in the past he has performed at The Fillmore. Details on the show will be announced soon.
No fooling! Hide the lamp shades! It’s an April fools day show tonight with Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band. They will be performing at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas as part of the 2017 “I Don’t Know” Tour.
Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band will make a stop in Cincinnati as part of Buffett’s “I Don’t Know” tour.
Buffett will perform at Riverbend Music Center on Saturday, July 8 at 8 p.m. This is the first time in several years for Buffett to perform on a weekend in Cincinnati. Tickets go on sale March 31 at 10 a.m.
The Tri-State is home to a loyal Buffett fan-base. He’s played upwards of 50 shows in Cincinnati throughout his career.
From Pacific San Diego: “Jimmy Buffett to Play Surprise Show at the Belly Up”
History does repeat, at least when it comes to Jimmy Buffett and the Belly Up.
The tropical-pop troubadour and his band, The Coral Reefers, will perform at the Belly Up Tuesday as a warm-up date for their April 1 concert at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Tickets go on sale at noon today, Thursday, online only. More information appears below.
In 2013, Buffett and his band played at the 600-seat Belly Up as a warm-up date for their subsequent show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
That Belly Up date sold out in two minutes, as an estimated 20,000 fans tried to buy tickets. Expect an equally swift sell-out when tickets for Buffett’s Tuesday Belly Up show go on sale.
All tickets are priced at $95, plus service charges. They will be available only online through frontgatetickets.com.
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: There was a time when Alpine Valley Music Theatre was among the most elite music venues in the nation.
In its prime in 1989, the East Troy amphitheater hosted some of the biggest acts in the world: the Rolling Stones and the Who and the Grateful Dead and Metallica. The Dead played 20 shows there in the ’80s, and Pearl Jam brought its 20th-anniversary festival to Alpine in 2011.
But for its 40th anniversary year this summer, the 27,100-capacity Alpine Valley won’t host a single concert. It will be closed for an entire season for the first time in its history.
Jon Reens, vice president of marketing for Midwest music for Live Nation, which manages Alpine, said the usual acts that swing through Alpine chose to play different venues instead.
“We started in the middle of 2016 working on the 2017 calendar. We went and discussed with a multitude of artists about playing the building for the first time in their careers, and it was met with universal acclaim,” Reens said. “It just didn’t work out. Artists wanted to play different venues. There was a definite desire with some of the artists to play stadiums. And in some cases, the production didn’t fit in the building.”
Wrigley Field also got into the concert business in 2005, and will have its busiest season yet this summer. Among the 10 headliners: Alpine regulars Zac Brown Band (which also booked a Summerfest show for its 50th season) and Jimmy Buffett. Dead & Company, the Grateful Dead spinoff that played Alpine last summer, also opted for the Friendly Confines.