Blackberry Smoke Plays At AT&T Field Nov. 14

Thursday, October 22, 2020
Blackberry Smoke
Blackberry Smoke

Blackberry Smoke will blow into town Nov, 14 for an outdoor socially distant show at AT&T Field.

Review for Blackberry Smoke:

The Atlanta based band has become known for a singular sound indebted to classic rock, blues, country and folk. That fluidity has paid off handsomely in the form of two Billboard chart-topping country albums, 2015’s “Holding All The Roses” and 2016’s “Like An Arrow.”

Blackberry Smoke will headline the show at 4 p.m. with Chris Roberts opening at 3 p.m.

Review for Chris Roberts:

Chris Roberts’ sound is a blend of his Texas roots and his artful life in the mountains of Colorado. Roberts is ready to share his self-described “Rock n’ Roll –hippie-country” sound with the world with his first musical release “Feather.” 

The show will follow the public safety mandates set forth by the Hamilton County mayor and the Hamilton County Health Department.

General admission seating will be designated by the number of people in a group and established for maintaining a physical distance from other groups. Ushers will assist fans with seating their groups when needed.

Concession foods, beer, and cocktails will be available.  Gates open at 2 p.m.

Get tickets at General admission is $37.50.  VIP tables and suites are available as well.  For more information email or call 756-2211.

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