Concert Venues


Music Venues


Upcoming Artists

Wednesday, Apr. 16
Umphrey's McGee - Saenger Theatre of Mobile
Saturday, Apr. 19
Sons of Fathers - The Hangout
Underhill Family Orchestra - The Hangout
Saturday, Apr. 26
28 North - The Hangout
Joel Madison Blount - The Hangout
Darius Rucker - The Wharf Amphitheater
Eli Young Band - The Wharf Amphitheater
Corey Smith - The Wharf Amphitheater
Saturday, May. 3
The Unlikely Candidates - The Hangout
Vegabonds - The Hangout
Festival Expressions - The Hangout
Saturday, May. 10
The Mulligan Brothers - The Hangout
The Wild Feathers - The Hangout
Shannon Labrie - The Hangout
Friday, May. 16
The Killers - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
The Black Keys - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
OutKast - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Jack Johnson - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Flaming Lips - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Portugal. The Man - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Trombone Shorty - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
SOJA - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Moon Taxi - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Pretty Lights - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
The Avett Brothers - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
STS9 - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Amos Lee - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Queens of the Stone Age - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Modest Mouse - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Wiz Khalifa - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
NeedtoBreathe - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Zedd - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Childish Gambino - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Tegan and Sara - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Capital Cities - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Conor Oberst - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Thursday, Jun. 5
Zac Brown Band - The Wharf Amphitheater
Saturday, Jun. 21
Goo Goo Dolls - The Wharf Amphitheater
Daughtry - The Wharf Amphitheater
Plain White T's - The Wharf Amphitheater
Saturday, Jul. 19
Peter Frampton - The Wharf Amphitheater
The Doobie Brothers - The Wharf Amphitheater
Friday, Aug. 1
Phish - The Wharf Amphitheater


Eddie Money                  

In 1968, after serving as a New York City police officer for two years, Eddie Money moved to Berkeley, California and began performing at local clubs. He changed his surname from Mahoney to Money in 1976, and in 1977 he burst onto the scene with an eponymous debut album. Fans immediately fell in love with Money’s sound, and the album, which went double platinum, featured hits like “Baby Hold On” and “Two Tickets to Paradise.” Money followed the success of his debut album with a stream of Top 40 hits, as well as some of the era’s most creative videos for songs like “Think I’m in Love” and “Shakin.” In 1986, Money released Can’t Hold Back, which featured the classic, Grammy-Nominated duet with Ronnie Spector, “Take Me Home Tonight.” The song reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album went platinum and also featured the hit “I Wanna Go Back.” Ask any concert attendee and they’ll tell you he retains his signature style and performs with the same passion today as he did more than 30 years ago. As the years have passed, Money’s blue-collar brand of Rock n Roll has managed to transcend generations and continues to move audiences today. With more than 28 million record sales, Money’s songs have appeared in dozens of movies and television shows, and have recently been included in hit video games like Grand Theft Auto and Guitar Hero.

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