Alabama reschedules Nashville date (and adds one too)
Monday, November 18, 2019
– Alabama has rescheduled its sold out "50th Anniversary Tour" concert in Nashville and has added a second show.
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. Outback is presenting the concerts.
Charlie Daniels will join Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry and Randy Owen at both shows. "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," said 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, Nov. 22 at 10 a.m. central and will be available for purchase via Ticketmaster.com, by phone at 800-745-3000, all Ticketmaster locations and the Bridgestone Arena box office.
ALABAMA will announce all rescheduled "50th Anniversary Tour" 2020 live concert dates in the coming weeks.
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