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Hootie & the Blowfish - Summer Camp with Trucks Tour with Collective Soul and Edwin McCain at White River Amphitheatre (up to 54% off)

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Saturday, 7/20/2024

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White River Amphitheatre, 40601 Auburn Enumclaw Road...

Starting at

$54

$25

 

arts & culture

BEST PRICE

 

What you will experience

Bucket Listers is excited to partner with Live Nation to offer you exclusive ticket pricing:

💰 Starting at $25 per person 
🗓️ Saturday, 7/20/2024
🚪 Doors Open at 5:30 PM
⏰ Show Starts at 7:00 PM

📍 White River Amphitheatre: 40601 Auburn Enumclaw Road, Auburn, WA, 98092

All sales final; no refunds, cancellations, or reschedules.

Seating Section
Tickets purchased for a specific section will receive the best available seats for that section. Your party will be automatically seated together if reserved, and your seat assignments will be issued after the purchase is completed.

General Admission Lawn (up to 54% off retail pricing of $54.60)
201-203/209-211 Rows 22-32 (up to 50% off retail pricing of $67.45)
201-203/209-211 Rows 11-21 (up to 53% off retail pricing of $89.25)
204-208 Rows 21-32 or 201-203/209-211 Rows 1-10 (up to 47% off retail pricing of $111.50)
204-208 Rows 1-20 (up to 34% off retail pricing of $143.75)


*Retail pricing includes ticket price and all fees
 
Lineup
Hootie & the Blowfish
Collective Soul
Edwin McCain

About The Event:

Iconic pop-rock band Hootie & the Blowfish return to the road in 2024, as the foursome sets out on the Summer Camp with Trucks Tour produced by Live Nation featuring special guests Collective Soul and Edwin McCain.

The group comprised of Mark Bryan, Dean Felber, Darius Rucker and Jim “Soni” Sonefeld, who formed the band during their time as students together at the University of South Carolina, will visit 43 cities across the U.S. and Canada. This marks the first full tour since 2019 for the band whose chart-topping, GRAMMY-award winning career has featured more than 25 million albums sold, including their 2x Diamond-certified debut album Cracked Rear View – which remains among the top 10 best-selling albums in all of music history – plus 17 Billboard-charting songs to date.

“Basically overnight, our lives changed when Cracked Rear View did what it did – and yet as we quickly moved from vans and college bars to tour busses and arenas, not much else changed with how we approached making music and sharing it with our fans,” reflects Bryan. “Edwin McCain told someone at the time that touring with us felt like summer camp with trucks… and that’s exactly how we want next year to feel, too. We can’t wait for you to join us!”

About Hootie & the Blowfish

With the rich, bluesy vocals of Darius Rucker and gleeful harmonies of guitarist Mark Bryan, bassist Dean Felber and drummer Jim “Soni” Sonefeld, Hootie & the Blowfish have sold over 25 million records worldwide to date after their infectious melodies hit the airwaves in 1994 with hits such as “Hold My Hand,” “Let Her Cry” and “Only Wanna Be With You.” The quartet met at the University of South Carolina where endless gigs at frat houses and local bars built a major local buzz. Their blend of pop, folk, blues, soul and rock made them hard to pigeonhole, but easily accessible to anyone who loved good music.

Atlantic Records, impressed by their regional draw, signed them and released Cracked Rear View in 1994. The album had been out for six months before the band played on the Late Show with David Letterman which sent sales skyrocketing, eventually landing at No. 1 on the Billboard chart the following spring. Cracked Rear View and the band went on to win two GRAMMY Awards, an MTV Video Music Award, a Billboard Music Award and multiple People’s Choice Awards. Cracked Rear View also earned the band Billboard‘s Band of the Year Award in 1996 and the RIAA’s Diamond Award for sales in excess of 10 million units. At 21x Platinum, Cracked Rear View remains among the Top 10 best-selling studio albums in music history.

The band remained a top draw nationwide following their debut and released five more albums for Atlantic: Fairweather JohnsonMusical ChairsScattered, Smothered & CoveredHootie & the Blowfish and The Best of Hootie & the Blowfish, as well as Looking For Lucky on their own Sneaky Long Records and LIVE in Charleston, The Homegrown Concert Event DVD and CD. The band took a break from full-time touring in 2007, reuniting annually for a variety of philanthropic events while also pursuing solo projects. 2019 marked the band’s first full-time touring year in over a decade as they embarked on the sold-out Group Therapy Tour in support of Imperfect Circle, released in late 2019 under a new record deal with Universal Music Group’s Capitol Nashville, and 2024 will see them return to the road once again for the upcoming Summer Camp with Trucks Tour.

About Collective Soul

Hailing from Atlanta, Ga., Collective Soul is Celebrating their 30th anniversary! With 11 studio albums and eight No. 1 hits under their belt, frontman and chief songwriter Ed Roland is unwaveringly driven in his desire to double down on doing more of what he does best – making music, sweet music, both in the studio and onstage. Seeing eye to eye, and ear to ear, is part of the secret sauce of why Collective Soul continues to both record and play together at an uncompromised level of high quality. With electrifying newer material such as their most recent 2022 release of Vibrating, along with the everlasting Collective Soul classic hits like “Shine,” “December,” “The World I Know,” “Heavy” and “Where The River Flows,” these five fiery rockers are only just getting started with the next phase of their thriving career that has moved millions of records and wowed multitudes of fans across the globe. Working in tandem, sharing unbridled opinions, and listening to what everyone else has to say without recrimination are all key proponents in fostering Collective Soul’s perpetual harmony. As 2024 unfurls, it’s clear that heaven continues to shine its light down on Collective Soul, a formidable five-man band humming along in unison with many more good vibrations of their own to share with the masses far and wide. For more information, visit collectivesoul.com.

About Edwin McCain

From Charleston, S.C., Edwin McCain is going on over 30 years of hits and worldwide touring. He has been called a “street corner prophet” by USA Today, an “aching tenor” by Slate Magazine and a “great American romantic” by the New York Times, but McCain is much more than those things. After a long ride on a wave created by recording two of the biggest love songs in the history of music (“I’ll Be” and “I Could Not Ask For More”) and producing and starring in a TV series (“Flippin’ Ships” on Animal Planet), McCain slowed his road schedule to dedicate more time to his primary roles as husband to his wife and father to their three young teenagers. Well, the kids are grown-ish and McCain’s fans are still clamoring for more as his hit songs, authentic spirit and surprisingly affable sense of humor keep everyone coming back time and time again; not that McCain’s music ever slows down. “American Idol” and “The Voice” contestants still turn to his ballads year after year to help them win over judges and fans. Millions more have been turned on by pop icons Justin Bieber and Charlie Puth who have both covered his hit songs. McCain shares, “15-year-old me would have crawled through a river of fire to be the singer/songwriter that I am today, and I remember that. I am incredibly grateful to be able to do this.” For more information, visit edwin.com.


Live Nation Entertainment

Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV) is the world’s leading live entertainment company comprised of global market leaders: Ticketmaster, Live Nation Concerts, and Live Nation Sponsorship. For additional information, visit www.livenationentertainment.com.


For more information about White River Amphitheatre, please go here.
 

What to consider

 

What are the parking options at White River Amphitheatre?

Plenty of well-lit parking is available onsite. The parking fee is included in the ticket price. No fee is charged at the gate except for Star Parking. Star Parking is the paved lot closest to the entrance/exit and can be purchased on LiveNation.com. If Star Parking is available the day of the event, it will be sold at the entrance of the parking lot. Accessible parking is available on a first come first served basis in the paved lot closest to the main entrance.
 

Is there accessible seating?

Accessible seating is available as well as hearing and sight-impaired seating. Sign Interpreter available by request. Call 360-825-6200 for more information. White River Amphitheatre is a Barrier-Free facility. Entrance is at the main gate adjacent to the box office.
 

What are the general rules of White River Amphitheatre?

Shows go on ** Rain or Shine ** . Covered areas of this venue are the floor, 100 and 200 levels. The general admission lawn area is uncovered. No Smoking in the reserved seating area. Policies regarding what Guests can bring to a concert can vary by event. Please call 360-825-6200 for additional information. Items not allowed at all shows: No Weapons No Laser Pointers No Hard Coolers No Alcohol or Soft Drinks No Glass or Metal Containers No Food except as described below No large Backpacks No Umbrella’s Items generally allowed, but subject to change without notice: One factory sealed plastic bottle of water One small, gallon sized, clear plastic bag with snack foods. One gallon sized soft sided collapsible cooler Small blanket, no tarps please (may not be allowed at high activity shows) Low profile beach chair - seat no higher than 9” off the ground (may not be allowed at high activity shows or if the lawn is not open) Camera Policy: At the request of the artists, as a general rule small personal cameras are allowed. Not allowed are professional cameras or cameras with detachable lens. Video cameras are not allowed. No flash photography please. CALL THE VENUE AT 360-825-6200 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION No audio recording equipment permitted. All rules are subject to change without notice based on the event. At most shows the venue also rents lawn chairs for $10.00 each. Wide variety of food and soft drinks available for purchase. Beer and wine sold in designated areas only. Liquor is sold in the River Lodge. Must be 21 and over with valid I.D. Credit cards accepted at permanent stands. ATM's available.
 

Are children allowed?

Children 24 months and under are admitted free with a paid ticket but must sit on lap.
 

Where is the experience

White River Amphitheatre, 40601 Auburn Enumclaw Road Southeast, Auburn, WA 98092, USA

 

Starting at

$54

$25