RESCHEDULED FROM 1/21/21
Please be advised that the Widespread Panic concerts originally scheduled to take place at ACL Live in 2020 and moved to January 2021 are being rescheduled to Thursday, May 27, 2021; Friday, May 28, 2021; and Saturday, May 29, 2021. Taking into account the current status of things, we felt this was the best decision for fans, artists, staff and the community. We understand that this is a constantly evolving situation, so we want to assure you that if we’re unable to gather in May, we are prepared to move to August 12-14 to keep everyone involved with these shows safe.
All tickets purchased for the June 4, 2020/July 23, 2020/January 21, 2021 show will be honored on the rescheduled date of May 27, 2021; all tickets for June 5, 2020/July 24, 2020/January 22, 2021 show will be honored on the rescheduled date of May 28, 2021; and all tickets purchased for the June 6, 2020/July 25, 2020/January 23, 2020 show will be honored on the rescheduled date of May 29, 2021.
Your tickets will be valid for the newly rescheduled date and will not need to be re-purchased exchanged.
Patrons not able to attend the new dates are eligible for refunds through their account at Ticketmaster.com.
We look forward to your continued patronage of ACL Live.
Widespread Panic has been together over three decades. Formed by vocalist/guitarist John Bell, bassist Dave Schools and late lead guitarist Michael Houser in the mid-1980s while the three attended the University of Georgia, over the next several years band’s lineup expanded to include drummer Todd Nance, percussionist Domingo Ortiz, and keyboardist John Hermann. The current lineup now includes lead guitarist Jimmy Herring and drummer Duane Trucks.
Attaining true road warrior status, Widespread Panic has broken attendance records across the country, including a staggering 60 consecutive sell-outs at legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 18 sell outs at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, additional records in the UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, Birmingham’s Oak Mountain Amphitheater, New Orleans Jazzfest and The Fox Theatre in Atlanta. Panic has headlined most of the major U.S. festivals including Bonnaroo (eight times), Lollapalooza, ACL Festival, LOCKN’, Outside Lands, Forecastle to name just a few.
Over the past 30 years, Widespread Panic has sold over 3 million albums, 4 million downloads. Twelve years ago the band opened its vault and began to release live recordings through its Archive series of releases, spotlighting exceptional shows spanning the band’s entire career. In 2008 was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame and continues to sell out shows across the country.