Here are all the 2018 Tuscaloosa Amphitheater shows announced so far

Here are all the 2018 Tuscaloosa Amphitheater shows announced so far

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Despite the recent frigid weather and ice skating rink still occupying Tuscaloosa Amphitheater’s pit seating, the venue has released a lineup for its upcoming Coca-Cola Concert Series starting in March. The Amphitheater offers Tuscaloosa and surrounding areas a wealth of prominent and successful performers, in the past which have included Sturgill Simpson, Phish, My Morning Jacket and John Mayer. The upcoming spring and summer series will be no different with current artists spanning various genres.

Brantley Gilbert with Aaron Lewis and Josh Phillips - Mar. 24

Gilbert, the 32-year-old country singer from Georgia, will be making his way to Tuscaloosa following the release of his 2017 album, "The Devil Don’t Sleep." 

Styx and REO Speedwagon with Don Felder - Apr. 8

Styx and REO Speedwagon, two veteran Illinois rock bands, will stop in Tuscaloosa for their United We Rock tour.

Chris Young with Kane Brown, Morgan Evans and Dee Jay Silver - Apr. 19 

Chris Young’s Losing Sleep 2018 World Tour following the Tennessean country-singer’s 2017 album release of "Losing Sleep."

Casting Crowns with I AM THEY - Apr. 20

The Christian rock group Casting Crowns will roll their tour into Tuscaloosa with I AM THEY, an alternative Christian rock band.

Jack Johnson - May 1 

Renowned Hawaiian musician, Jack Johnson, with an extensive musical catalog, including the "Curious George" soundtrack, will soothingly rock the Amphitheater with his catchy, heartwarming tunes. 

Alan Jackson - May 4

Veteran country star Alan Jackson will storm into Alabama on May, which also happens to be Star Wars Day and UA graduation. 

Tedeshi Trucks Band with Drive-By Truckers and Marcus King Band - June 30

This trio of successfully brilliant country rock  jammers will put an extra jig in the step of the Tuscaloosa community as they perform at their high caliber of perfection. 

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