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Alabama Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 827,105
Category Bluegrass, Country, Country Blues, Bluegrass-gospel, Classic Rock, Country Gospel
Concerts
Jun
01
Dekalb VFW Fair Grounds
Fort Payne
Tickets
Jun
13
Live Oak Bank Pavilion
Wilmington
Tickets
Jun
15
Southeastern BBQ Showdown
Columbia
Tickets
Jun
22
Long Leaf Country Music Festival
Gay
Tickets
Jun
27
Alabama Live at Prairie Knights Casino
Fort Yates
Tickets
Jun
29
Dauphin's Countryfest 2023
Dauphin
Tickets
Jul
19
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville
Tickets
Jul
25
Ohio Expo Center & State Fair
Columbus
Tickets
Jul
27
The Amp at Log Still
Gethsemane
Tickets
Aug
08
Freeman Arts Pavilion
Selbyville
Tickets
Aug
10
Atlantic Union Bank After Hours at the SERVPRO Pavilion
Doswell
Tickets
Aug
17
Missouri State Fairgrounds Grandstand
Sedalia
Tickets
Aug
30
Frank Brown Park
Panama City Beach
Tickets
Sep
11
Pechanga Resort & Casino
Temecula
Tickets
Sep
13
Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys
Stateline
Tickets
Sep
18
Washington State Fair 2024
Puyallup
Tickets
Nov
08
St. Augustine Amphitheatre
St. Augustine
Tickets
Nov
09
St. Augustine Amphitheatre
St. Augustine
Tickets
About Alabama
It's been over 50 years since a trio of young cousins left Fort Payne, Alabama, to spend the summer playing in a Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, bar called The Bowery. It took Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook six long years of tip jars and word of mouth to earn the major label deal they'd been dreaming of, but then seemingly no time at all to change the face of country music. ALABAMA is the band that changed everything. They reeled off 21 straight #1 singles, a record that will probably never be equaled in any genre. They brought youthful energy, sex appeal and a rocking edge that broadened country's audience and opened the door to self-contained bands from then on, and they undertook a journey that led, 73 million albums later, to the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. ALABAMA & Friends commemorates that summer at The Bowery and catalogues the lasting influence the group has had on generations of Country stars who draw inspiration from the sparkling harmonies, irresistible stage presence and world-class songwriting and song selection that made them superstars. It brings together some of Country's biggest stars, each bringing a unique musical approach to classic ALABAMA songs that have influenced them. The diversity and star power of the artists speaks volumes about the breadth and depth of ALABAMA's legacy. Contributing their own versions of Alabama classics are Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Eli Young Band, Florida Georgia Line, Jamey Johnson, Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, and Trisha Yearwood. "I thank God I'm here to see these great artists see fit to sing some of the songs we did," says Randy, with the Everyman sincerity that has helped so many identify with the humbly born superstars. "It's very much an honor," adds Jeff, "that they'd take part in an ALABAMA tribute. We had a lot of fun working with them, and I think the finished product testifies to both the fun and the quality that went into it." The songs chosen for the project represent just the tip of the iceberg that is the band's catalog, but they speak, to hear Teddy tell it, to the key to the band's legacy. "More than anything," he says, "our longevity is a tribute to the hard work we did in selecting songs, because it's the songs that people remember." The songs here are, of course, among the most memorable in country history. Included are "My Home's In Alabama," the band's first major hit and the song that introduced them to the world; "Tennessee River," their very first #1; "Old Flame" and "Love in the First Degree," from their second RCA album; "Lady Down On Love," a harmony-laden example of Randy's songwriting prowess; "The Closer You Get," released halfway through their streak of 21 chart-toppers; "She And I," from the mid-'80s; and "Forever's As Far As I'll Go" and "I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)," which helped kick off the '90s, in which the boys earned 29 more chart hits, including 22 #1 or Top 5 singles. Capping the project are two new tracks by ALABAMA, songs that find the band making music that sounds both classic and relevant. They worked with legendary producer Harold Shedd, who worked with them in those golden early days and went on to discover Shania Twain, Toby Keith and many others. "I suggested to Jeff and Teddy that Harold work with us on the new stuff," says Randy, "and they agreed. It was spine-tingling when he said yes. It's a story-book episode in my life and in the career of ALABAMA to have Harold being on board and to see him as excited as we were after all these years." "We hadn't worked together in years," adds Shedd, "but within a couple of hours we had some things that sounded like ALABAMA did in 1980. It was like ALABAMA reborn." "I always worry about putting out anything new at this point," Teddy says with a laugh, "knowing it has to stand up to a pretty strong track record," but agrees the new material does just that. He calls "That's How I Was Raised" "right down the heart of the plate simple country song that showcases our harmonies," and "All American" "a song that says a lot of things that need to be said about our country." The project came about as the trio realized their 40th anniversary was at hand. "We got to talking and said, 'Let's do some shows and play some of the places we haven't played before, like the Ryman and the Fox Theatre in Atlanta,’" says Teddy. "We kicked off the tour in Myrtle Beach and took our music back to our fans," adds Jeff. "We've all done enjoyable projects separately in the years since our last tour, but we all realize we're stronger as a unit." "And then as we talked," says Randy, "we started talking about a CD project and maybe getting some other artists involved." The format they chose enables them to celebrate those humble beginnings and their stratospheric accomplishments. Of the former, Jeff says, "I don't think we thought too far ahead. We were more concerned with paying our bills at the end of the week playing music." The Bowery was a chance to get established outside their home turf, where they'd played a nearby theme park, opening for national acts like Bobby Bare. "We believed we had something pretty special from a vocal standpoint," says Teddy, "and we were looking for the opportunity to prove it. There were a lot of times when we wondered whether we might be better off going back home and getting jobs, but we just kept rehearsing and writing songs, trying to get better and believing we could do it." "I went to see them at The Bowery," says Shedd, "and the sound that these three guys could create together was just really something. I saw the crowd reacting to music they'd never heard before as though they had. They were doing some covers, but a lot of the ALABAMA show at the time was original material, including stuff that wound up on the first three albums we did together." The band was revolutionary in more than one sense. "We were renegades in sneakers and T-shirts," says Teddy. "We had long hair and played loud and some of the country folks resisted us for a while. But then of course they did accept us and then after that, our success made it lots easier for other bands to try it in country music." The fact that some of the heirs of that legacy--Eli Young Band, Rascal Flatts and Florida Georgia Line--are among the stars paying tribute on Alabama & Friends is part of their legacy as surely as the awards and plaudits they've earned through the years. And those, of course, have been legion. They include more than 150 major industry nods, including two Grammys, the Minnie Pearl Humanitarian award, Entertainer of the Year awards three times from the CMA and five times from the ACM, as well as the latter's Artist of the Decade award. They earned 21 Gold ®, Platinum ® and Multi-Platinum ® albums and were named the RIAA's Country Group of the Century. But awards are only a part of a legacy that finds its most important home in the hearts of listeners everywhere. Some of those are superstars in other genres, as Randy found out not long ago. "I was part of a benefit concert at the Ryman," he says, "and I look over there's Jon Bon Jovi. He walked over and said hello and it turns out he likes our music." Many more, of course, are everyday country fans. "A lot of fans will start a conversation with, 'I don't want to bother you,'" says Jeff, "but what they don't understand is that everything that's happened to us, every one of those awards, happened because we've been accepted and supported by our fans." Not long ago, Teddy was witness to a scene that shows that their legacy of song remains as fresh as it was when that streak in the '80s kicked it all off. "I was in Nashville," he says, "walking by this club full of young people--I'm talking 18 or 20. The band started playing 'Dixieland Delight' and everybody in the place started singing and sang all the way through. I had to smile at the longevity of the songs. Maybe some of those kids didn't even know who ALABAMA was, but they knew the music, and so I think that's a tribute to the fact that we spent a career putting out good songs that stand the test of time." With ALABAMA & Friends, all of us who agree get to celebrate that accomplishment and its legacy one more time.
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Genres
Bluegrass, Country, Country Blues, Bluegrass-gospel, Classic Rock, Country Gospel
Band members
Teddy Gentry, Randy Owen, Jeff Cook
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What fans are saying
Pennie
5 / 5
I love seeing you all very much.But i do come to see Jeff Cook we have been friends for 30 years Jeff Cook will always be in my heart and he knows wy. Call Pennie Brackett from Indiana 765 430 0037 we should talk Jeff
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Fort Wayne, IN
Jun 26, 2020
Alice
4 / 5
Absolutely wonderful, I was so impressed I never pick d up my phone. I al aye tape a song or 2 but I just enjoyed like the good ol days before we had our phones.
CenturyLink Center Bossier City, LA
Jul 12, 2019
Ann
5 / 5
The coliseum was very nice and the sound was great. All employees were exceptionally nice and carried you to your seats. Alabama was as good as ever.
Macon Centreplex, Coliseum & Auditorium Macon, GA
Jun 15, 2019
Jeremy
5 / 5
Loved it especially when Randy Owen brought young girl up on stage to have pictures took with him and teddy gentry just cause it was her first Alabama concert.
Colonial Life Arena Columbia, SC
Jan 23, 2022
Amanda
5 / 5
Seeing these legends was incredible! So patriotic and full of light! An all-American experience! All ages enjoy the greatest country band! So much fun to sing Dixieland Delight!
State Farm Arena Atlanta, GA
Apr 02, 2023
Sean
4 / 5
Even though time is catching up, they still put on a great show. Would have been 5 stars but for some reason they didn’t play Roll On.
Spokane Arena Spokane, WA
Jul 07, 2023
Jennifer
3 / 5
The coolest moment was during "Old Flame" as the whole Coliseum lit up. Loved it! It was great seeing so many people enjoying REAL country music!
Greensboro Coliseum Complex Greensboro, NC
Apr 07, 2019
Chris
4 / 5
It was a great show. Played a bunch of the hits. Wish it would have lasted longer than 1.5 hrs though.
Huntington Center Toledo, OH
Nov 11, 2018
Jackie
3 / 5
Very nice. One of the first concerts I ever saw in early 80s. They still sound the same.
Donald L. Tucker Civic Center Tallahassee, FL
Feb 24, 2022
Roger
5 / 5
Great show with our own Alabama bringing back the memories! Certainly hope the June Jam is back to stay.
Dekalb County VFW Fair Grounds Fort Payne, AL
Jun 05, 2023
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Alabama Tour Cities
Gethsemane, KY Nashville, TN Sedalia, MO Fort Payne, AL Columbia, SC Puyallup, WA Dauphin, MB Stateline, NV Temecula, CA Panama City Beach, FL Gay, GA Fort Yates, ND Wilmington, NC Columbus, OH Saint Augustine Shores, FL Selbyville, DE Doswell, VA

Frequently Asked Questions About Alabama

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Alabama on tour?

Yes, Alabama is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Alabama concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Alabama tour is scheduled for 18 dates across 17 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Alabama scheduled to play?

Alabama is scheduled to play 18 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Alabama tour start?

Alabama’s tour starts Jun 01, 2024 and ends on Nov 09, 2024. They will play 17 cities; their most recent concert was held in Fort Payne at Dekalb VFW Fair Grounds and their next upcoming concert will be in Nashville at Bridgestone Arena.

What venues is Alabama performing at?

As part of the Alabama tour, Alabama is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 01 - Fort Payne, AL @ Dekalb VFW Fair Grounds
Jun 13 - Wilmington, NC @ Live Oak Bank Pavilion
Jun 15 - Columbia, SC @ Segra Park
Jun 22 - Gay, GA @ Long Leaf Country Music Festival
Jun 27 - Fort Yates, ND @ Prairie Knights Casino & Resort
Jun 29 - Dauphin, MB @ Dauphin's Countryfest
Jul 19 - Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
Jul 25 - Columbus, OH @ Ohio Expo Center & State Fair
Jul 27 - Gethsemane, KY @ The Amp at Log Still
Aug 08 - Selbyville, DE @ Freeman Arts Pavilion
Aug 10 - Doswell, VA @ Atlantic Union Bank After Hours at the SERVPRO Pavilion
Aug 17 - Sedalia, MO @ Missouri State Fairgrounds Grandstand
Aug 30 - Panama City Beach, FL @ Frank Brown Park
Sep 11 - Temecula, CA @ Pechanga Resort & Casino
Sep 13 - Stateline, NV @ Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys
Sep 18 - Puyallup, WA @ Washington State Fair
Nov 08 - St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Nov 09 - St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre
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