Creed, Tonic & Finger Eleven at Ascend Amphitheater

Creed Tickets

Ascend Amphitheater | Nashville, Tennessee

Creed

Relive the youthful days of the new millennium through Creed’s long-awaited concert comeback on Tuesday, August 13, LIVE at the Ascend Amphitheater, with special guests Tonic & Finger Eleven! Finally, following much anticipation, the multi-awarded alt-rock band returns to North American roads on the 40-city “Summer of ‘99 Tour,” their first outing in over ten years. Welcome Scott Stapp, Mark Tremonti, “Flip” Phillips, and Brian Marshall as they shake off the rust and proceed to blow crowds away with their group’s greatest Mainstream Rock chart-toppers as if we’re back to the idyllic early 2000s. Listen to a live soundtrack composed of Creed’s multi-platinum albums, My Own Prison, Human Clay, and Weathered, backed by show-stopping performances of their unapologetic hard-rock classics, such as “What’s This Life For,” “My Sacrifice,” and the GRAMMY Award-winning “With Arms Wide Open.” Nashville’s #1 hotspot for outdoor entertainment invites you to experience this event through its impeccably acoustic ambiance, so go ahead and grab your tickets now!

After a dozen years on hiatus, a certain GRAMMY Award-winning band confirms a return to the road that’s about to take 2024 by storm! Put on a thunderous round of applause as Creed sets off on their long-overdue “Summer of ‘99 Tour,” a Live Nation-produced series of shows slated to hit 40 cities across North America, featuring a supporting cast of rock icons.

The tour’s stop in Nashville will land on a Tuesday night, August 13th, at the Ascend Amphitheater — an intimately staged 6,800-capacity outdoor venue sporting fantastic sightlines and world-class acoustics under the breathtaking expanse of the Tennessee sky.

Join frontman Scott Stapp, guitarist Mark Tremonti, drummer “Flip” Phillips, and bassist Brian Marshall in a reunion celebrating Creed’s contributions to the history of rock music! This forthcoming concert will allow audiences to revisit their genre-shaping discography, which features a legendary string of multi-platinum albums during the turn of the new millennium: My Own Prison (1997), Human Clay (1999), and Weathered (2001).

During the wake of a stagnant post-grunge era, Creed separated themselves from the pack with an unapologetic hard-rock approach led by Stapp’s soaring vocals, earning them two Favorite Alternative Artist wins from the American Music Awards. Listen to the group’s #1 Billboard Mainstream Rock hits, such as “What's This Life For,” “Higher,” “My Sacrifice,” and the 43rd GRAMMY Awards’ Best Rock Song “With Arms Wide Open,” in a night teeming to the brim with acoustic adrenaline and cathartic nostalgia.

“I feel like I’m as strong as I’ve ever been vocally, and looking forward to sharing the stage with the guys again,” shared lead vocalist Scott Stapp in the band’s official press release.
Alternative rock band Tonic, best known for their 1997 Mainstream Rock #1 single “If You Could Only See,” will play a special opening act rife with a rootsy post-grunge reverb that originated from their Platinum-certified Lemon Parade LP.

Meanwhile, Juno Award-winning quintet Finger Eleven will follow up with the dance funk-infused alt-rock efforts that defined their iconic 2007 album Them vs. You vs. Me and its 5x Platinum Canadian Rock #1 hit “Paralyzer.”

A rockfest for the ages awaits you on Tuesday, August 13th, in Creed’s “Summer of ‘99” concert LIVE at the Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville, Tennessee. Tickets are selling fast — click the link above to secure yours ASAP!

Creed at Ascend Amphitheater


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