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JOHN FOGERTY AND ZZ TOP

Main Stage

BLUES AND BAYOUS TOUR
JOHN FOGERTY AND ZZ TOP
RYAN KINDER

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Parking Opens: 4:30 PM
Doors Open: 5:30 PM
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DescriptionPriceSvcChgTotal
Reserved Pavilion Seating (Sect 1 and 2)$85.00$14.75$99.75
Reserved Pavilion Seating (Sect 3 Front)$75.00$14.75$89.75
Dreaming Tree Club (Reserved Covered Including Cocktail Service)$100.00$16.75$116.75
Reserved Pavilion Seating (Sect 3 Rear)$45.00$14.75$59.75
YUP! Lawn (Uncovered-General Admission)$29.00$10.75$39.75
Pavilion Access General Admission VIP (Must Be 21 or Older)$69.00$16.75$85.75
National Concert Week $20 All-In Tickets (General Admission-Lawn)$15.00$5.00$20.00
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John Fogerty

John Fogerty was born on May 28, 1945, in Berkeley, California. One of five brothers, Fogerty developed his early musical capabilities on the family piano and received his first guitar at age 12. At 14, he formed a band called the Blue Velvets with two classmates, drummer Doug Clifford and bass player Stu Cook. Fogerty's older brother Tom eventually joined the band as a rhythm guitarist and co-vocalist. Renamed the Golliwogs after signing with Fantasy Records in 1964, the band scored a minor local hit with "Brown Eyed Girl" in 1965. Fogerty was drafted shortly afterward, and he later recalled the seemingly endless marching drills with the Army Reserve as a catalyst for all sorts of creative imagery. He rejoined his bandmates with a renewed focus on writing, and the group changed its name to Creedence Clearwater Revival in 1967.

Fogerty recorded his debut 1973 solo album under the pseudonym the Blue Ridge Rangers, and his sophomore effort, John Fogerty (1975), yielded a hit with "Rockin' All Over the World." Even as he neared his 70th birthday, the rock legend showed no signs of slowing down. He embarked on a "His Songs from 1969 and More" tour in late 2014, and in 2015 he joined the cast of Season 9 of The Voice as a mentor for Adam Levine's team. Fogerty's long-awaited autobiography, Fortunate Son: My Life My Music, hit bookstores that autumn. Since then, he continues to perform regularly.

ZZ Top

ZZ Top began as a rough-and-ready blues-rock power trio from Texas that became a huge mid-1970s concert attraction. Their real commercial peak didn't come, however, until the 1980s, when the "Little Ol' Band from Texas" became MTV superstars and sold multiple millions of albums. ZZ Top was built around guitarist Billy Gibbons, whose career began with the popular Southwestern band Moving Sidewalks, whose "99th Floor" was a regional mid-'60s hit. They opened one night for Jimi Hendrix, and he later mentioned Gibbons on The Tonight Show as one of America's best young guitarists. After Moving Sidewalks broke up, Gibbons and manager/producer Bill Ham recruited Frank Beard and Dusty Hill from a Dallas band, American Blues.

One of the few rock & roll groups with its original members still aboard after four decades, ZZ Top play music that is always instantly recognizable, eminently powerful, profoundly soulful, and 100 percent American in derivation. With the trio still a firm fixture on the worldwide touring circuit, ZZ Top continue to perform all over the word.



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