Find your Lynyrd Skynyrd tickets before they're gone! The popular southern rock band is hitting the road this summer alongside English rocker Peter Frampton. Playing at cities across the country throughout June and August, make sure you see the band when they stop at a venue near you. Take a look at the schedule below and buy your Lynyrd Skynyrd tickets today!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Feb 02, 2017
|Lynyrd Skynyrd||Detroit, MI|
Motorcity Casino Hotel
Feb 03, 2017
|Lynyrd Skynyrd||Grand Rapids, MI|
20 Monroe Live
Feb 09, 2017
|Lynyrd Skynyrd||Estero, FL|
Feb 10, 2017
|Lynyrd Skynyrd||Pompano Beach, FL|
Pompano Beach Amphitheatre
Mar 31, 2017
|Lynyrd Skynyrd||Thackerville, OK|
Apr 22, 2017
|Music and Miracles Superfest: Blake Shelton & Thomas Rhett||Auburn, AL|
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Apr 29, 2017
|Lynyrd Skynyrd||Corbin, KY|
Southeastern Kentucky Agricultural And Exposition Center
|Current Tour:||2016 Tour|
|Discography:||(Pronounced 'Leh-'nérd 'Skin-'nérd) (1973)
Second Helping (1974)
Nuthin' Fancy (1975)
Gimme Back My Bullets (1976)
Street Survivors (1977)
Lynyrd Skynyrd 1991 (1991)
The Last Rebel (1993)
Endangered Species (1994)
Edge of Forever (1999)
Christmas Time Again (2000)
Vicious Cycle (2003)
God & Guns (2009)
Last of a Dyin' Breed (2012)
In March 2016, Lynyrd Skynyrd announced a joint tour alongside Peter Frampton.
The tour will begin on June 3 at Times Union Center in Albany, NY. From there, the trek will make stops across the country, including at The Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia, the Grand Casino Hinckley Amphitheatre in Hinckley, MN, and the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. The final show will take place at Ironstone Amphitheatre at Ironstone Vineyards in Murphys, CA on August 21. It is speculated that additional tour dates will be added in the future.Get your Lynyrd Skynyrd tickets before they're gone!
At times, a rock band can change how the world sees music; Lynyrd Skynyrd is one of those bands. They, along with bands like the Allman Brothers, helped to define how southern rock is perceived. Through the highest of highs and the lowest of lows, Lynyrd Skynyrd has come to be regarded as one of the all time great bands.
The first incarnation of Lynyrd Skynyrd took place back in 1965, while the core members of the group were in high school in Jacksonville, FL. Under the original name My Backyard, the group jammed together and produced a sound that can only be described as a mixture of blues, country and rock & roll. By 1972, the group was gigging around the south but had yet to be noticed by any major record label, that is until MCA executive Al Kooper spotted them performing in Atlanta, GA. It was then that Lynyrd Skynyrd signed a deal, and it was only a year later that they released their debut Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd (1973). That same year, Lynyrd Skynyrd hooked up with The Who on tour and began to receive a major following. Their sophomore album, Second Helping (1974) reached #12 on the charts and was certified platinum. It featured the southern rock anthem "Sweet Home Alabama," a response to Neil Young's critical comments about the south. Following the release of Second Helping, Lynyrd Skynyrd would issue four more albums up until 1977, including Nuthin' Fancy (1975) and Street Survivors (1977).
Then tragedy struck. Just days after the release of their 1977 album, the plane that the band was traveling on crashed in Mississippi. The crash claimed the lives of three members of Lynyrd Skynyrd, including lead singer Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines and backup vocalist Cassie Gaines. The other members of Lynyrd Skynyrd were all seriously injured but ultimately survived. As they recovered from injuries, members would start forming new bands and acts, but the legend of Lynyrd Skynyrd was too big to die.
They reformed once again ten years after the tragic crash and have been recording ever since, keeping the Lynyrd Skynyrd sound alive. Along with releasing albums, the band continues to tour, giving fans more opportunities to get Lynyrd Skynyrd tickets and see them perform live.