Alabama Reschedules “50th Anniversary Tour” Nashville Concert; Adds Second Show

ALABAMA ANNOUNCES RESCHEDULED “50TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR” CONCERT IN NASHVILLE; ADDS SECOND SHOW DUE TO HIGH DEMAND

Previously Postponed SOLD OUT Concert Set for Friday, July 17 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena Second Show Announced for Saturday, July 18; Tickets Go On Sale Via Ticketmaster this Friday, November 22 at 10 AM CT

Nashville, Tenn. (November 18, 2019) — ALABAMA, the most successful band in the history of country music, has rescheduled its sold out “50th Anniversary Tour” concert in Nashville and has added a second show due to popular demand. The previously postponed live concert will take place next year at Bridgestone Arena on Friday, July 17 with the second show to follow on Saturday, July 18.

Band members Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry and Randy Owen have recruited Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels to join them at both events.

“We know fans will be thrilled that ALABAMA and the Charlie Daniels Band were able to add this second night at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena,” says Outback Presents company President Mike Smardak. “It’s a honor for Outback Presents to be the promoter of this magical weekend.”

Tickets for the second concert go on sale this Friday, November 22 at 10 a.m. / CT.

ALABAMA will announce all rescheduled “50th Anniversary Tour” 2020 live concert dates in the coming weeks.

Article Courtesy of Country Music News Blog

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