3 Reasons Why You Should See a Concert at Sand Mountain Amphitheater
The Sand Mountain Amphitheater is hopping all concert season long! You can find a concert in all genres including country, hip-hop, rock ‘n’ roll and more. With the concert season in full swing, here are three reasons why you need to buy tickets ASAP!
Big Name Artists
You may have never heard of Albertville until recently, but they are making moves by bringing in some of the top country, rock and hip-hop artists. Last year, they opened up their first concert series with country music singer and songwriter Lee Brice and followed up in September with the one and only TLC (with other artists in between, of course).
This year, they continue to bring in some artists you probably have jammed to at one point. So, “come on and take a ride with me” and listen to the ‘Country Grammar’ singer Nelly take the stage May 20, 2022 bringing Chingy, Baby Bash and DJ Skribble. If you’re into rock, well the one and only 3 Doors Down will rock Sand Mountain Amphitheater on June 4. Country music singer Martina McBride will headline the American Made Music Fest June 10-11 along with Diamond Rio and many more artists. And lastly, if you’re an old soul, well August 12 is going to be the night you are going to want to be at SMA. The Commodores are bringing the ‘Brick House’ down!
We get it! Concerts can be extremely expensive, and in today’s world it’s hard to want to spend a little money on yourself. However, concerts at Sand Mountain Amphitheater are affordable for everyone. Some tickets start as low as $20 depending on the artist and where you choose to sit. If you want to have your front row seat experience, that is available too! Once again that depends on the artist. You can find pricing for their concerts here. So, go ahead and splurge a little money on a concert at Sand Mountain Amphitheater.
The small town of Albertville has a homey feel for everyone. And that is brought into Sand Mountain Amphitheater. It’s the singing loud with your friends jamming to TLC singing ‘No Scrubs’ or slow dancing to Lee Brice serenading the crowd with ‘Hard to Love.’ You get lost in the moment hearing your favorite tunes from throughout the years. Sand Mountain Amphitheater can hold over 7,000 people creating the perfect low-key concert feeling, too. Hearing thousands of voices singing the same song as they light up their cellphones gives you a sense of peace as everyone is there for the exact same reason as you. The memories made will last a lifetime.
Are you convinced to join in at a Sand Mountain Amphitheater concert? We hope so; go buy your tickets now! Tag us in your concert pics afterward and use the hashtag #explorelakeguntersville. For more information on our area, click here.