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CruCon Cruise Outlet Main StageJETHRO TULL
40TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR
SECOND STAGE: BOTTOMS UP (5:00 PM)
Extra InformationParking Opens: 4:00 PM
Doors Open: 5:00 PM
Audio Recording: No
Video Recording: No
Flash Photography: No
Food & Drink: No
*Non-Professional photography / no zoom lenses larger than 2 inches / no detachable lenses
OnSales & PreSales
General Public Onsale: Saturday, February 16th, 2008 10:00 AM
Want to get in earlier?
Inner CircleBecome part of the Inner Circle and always be the first group to get in. Members also get their own entrance, own bar lounge and their own private restrooms!
|Reserved Seating (Covered Pavilion)||$65.00||$9.00||$74.00|
|Skyy Vodka Club Seating (Covered Including Cocktail Service)||$80.00||$10.25||$90.25|
|Upper Reserved (Uncovered Bench Seating -- No Seat Backs)||$45.00||$6.75||$51.75|
|Lawn Seating (Uncovered-General Admission)||$35.00||$6.00||$41.00|
|Lawn Party Pack (Lawn Seat + Party Tent Access + T-Shirt + Koozie)||$50.00||$8.25||$58.25|
Early in 1968, a group of young British musicians, born from the ashes of various failed regional bands gathered together in hunger, destitution and modest optimism in Luton, North of London. With a common love of Blues and an appreciation, between them, of various other music forms, they started to win over a small but enthusiastic audience in the various pubs and clubs of Southern England. The breakthrough came when they were offered the Thursday night residency at London’s famous Marquee Club in Wardour Street, Soho.
Frampton has long been since been a mainstay on the rock scene. He played in such late ‘60s-early ‘70s bands as Herd and Humble Pie, as well as appeared on George Harrison’s classic All Things Must Pass album. Frampton’s debut solo album, Wind of Change (A&M), was released in 1972. Prior to releasing Frampton Comes Alive!, the prolific songwriter had recorded a handful of well-received solo albums, with the gold-selling Frampton reaching #32 on the U.S. charts in 1975. This is the studio recording that yielded the classics, such as “Show Me The Way” and “Do You Feel Like We Do,” that would help drive the enormous success of Frampton’s live opus.