This event is all ages.
$129.50 – Reserved Seating
$89.50 – Reserved Seating
$59.50 – Reserved Seating
*plus applicable service fees
Due to public safety and the fires in the area, we are bummed to have to announce that we must postpone our show with ALABAMA in LAKE TAHOE @ HARVEYS OUTDOOR ARENA scheduled for this Saturday, September 4th.
We have RESCHEDULED this date for September 9th 2022, so hang on to those tickets as they will be honored for the new date.
If you are unable to attend the new date, you will be able to request a refund from Ticketmaster for a 30 day period.
Please visit our website for the latest updates.
A note from ALABAMA:
“Lake Tahoe! We’ve been advised by local officials that the fires are making conditions too unsafe for us to perform this Saturday and South Lake Tahoe is currently under evacuations in the area. We have worked with the casino to reschedule the date for September 9, 2022.
Our thoughts and prayers are with y’all in Lake Tahoe. Be safe and we’ll see you soon! RollOn!”
Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys is an all ages venue. Everyone is required to have a ticket for both Reserved and General Admission shows, and we discourage infants attending.
All doors & show times subject to change.
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It’s the kind of story you read about in books and watch on the big screen at the movies. For the band ALABAMA, it’s not just a story, it’s their life. It’s a classic American tale of rags to riches. From humble beginnings picking cotton in the fields, to international stars that went on to sell millions of albums while changing the face and sound of country music.
It’s been 50 years since Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry and Randy Owen, left the cotton farms of Fort Payne, Alabama, to spend the summer playing in a Myrtle Beach, South Carolina bar called The Bowery. Having grown up working in the fields, the cousins were no strangers to hard work. They didn’t flinch when it took six long years of working for tips and living hand to mouth playing in the bar.
Of the early days and their humble beginnings, Jeff says, “I don’t think we thought too far ahead. We were more concerned with paying our bills at the end of the week and playing music.”
Finally, word of mouth earned the major label deal they’d been dreaming of. In 1980 the band broke through with their first Top 20 hit “My Home’s In Alabama.”
ALABAMA is the band that changed everything. They brought country music to the mainstream and from side stage to the main stage. ALABAMA introduced rock style guitars, lights, pyrotechnics and sounds to the country audience.
“We were renegades in sneakers and t-shirts,” says Teddy. “We had long hair and played loud and some of the country folks resisted us for a while. But then of course they did accept us and then after that, our success made it lots easier for other bands to try it in country music,” he concluded. Bands benefiting from that breakthrough include the Zac Brown Band, Florida Georgia Line and the Eli Young Band.
They have also inspired many of today’s brightest country stars including Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan as well as pop and rock stars from Ed Sheeran to Jon Bon Jovi.
“I was part of a benefit concert at the Ryman,” Teddy says. “And I look over there’s Jon Bon Jovi. He walked over and said hello and it turns out he’s a fan of our music.”
ALABAMA’s reach goes far beyond their impact on other artists; their music is timeless and can be heard today as a part of every cover band’s set list in nearly every college town in America.
Not long ago, Teddy was witness to a scene that reminds us that their legacy of song remains as fresh as it ever was.
“I was in Nashville,” he says, “walking by this club full of young people… I’m talking 18 or 20. The band started playing ‘Dixieland Delight’ and everybody in the place started singing and sang all the way through. I had to smile at the longevity of the songs. Half the crowd at our shows is young people, under 25 years old. So I think that’s a tribute to the fact that we spent a career putting out good songs that stand the test of time.”
While their musical legacy continues to thrive, their numbers and stats are beyond compare. The band has sold over 80 million albums. They have charted 43 #1 singles including 21 #1 singles in a row, a record that will likely never be surpassed in any genre. They have won over 200 industry awards and still counting. They’ve earned 21 Gold ®, Platinum ® and Multi-Platinum ® albums and were named the RIAA’s Country Group of the Century. They are members of the Country Music Hall of Fame and have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. They are also world-class philanthropists who have raised over 800 million dollars for charity.
The band continues to perform to legions of loyal fans, selling out venues night after night. They were honored with the ACM Career Achievement Award at the Ryman Auditorium in the Fall of 2015 and took home “Album of the Year” at the 2015 Dove Awards for ANGELS AMONG US: HYMNS & GOSPEL FAVORITES.
ALABAMA continues to thrill fans as their 50th Anniversary Tour rolls throughout 2019 in the US and Canada.
“We never thought playing for tips at The Bowery in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, that 50 years later we would still playing arenas, stadiums and festivals,” says Randy Owen. “Teddy, Jeff and I are humbled at the amount of fans that are coming out to see us. We are finding out that we are playing to three generations of fans who have followed us and our music from day one. The fans are the ones responsible for our continued success on the road and we love them.”