Everyone is looking to do something during the spring time, right? Sure you have to plan things a little differently but that’s okay.
The main goal is to make the perfect plan that will run smoothly.
So, how about considering some entertaiment options?
Most specificially, how about attending the Cola Concert Series once again!
That’s right, the Cola Concerts are back. The live entertainment series is announcing two new shows today.
First up Blackberry Smoke and North Mississippi Allstars will be coheadlining a show on April 23.
Blackberry Smoke has been out touring, but this will be the first show of the year for the North Mississippi Allstars.
Blackberry Smoke, made up of Charlie Starr (vocals, guitar), Paul Jackson (guitar, vocals), Richard Turner (bass, vocals), Brit Turner (drums) and Brandon Still (keyboards), has become known for a singular sound indebted to classic rock, blues, country and folk.
Since their debut in 2004, the Atlanta-based band has independently released six full-length albums and toured relentlessly, building a strong and loyal community of fans.
The North Mississippi Allstars
The North Mississippi Allstars started out in 1997, touring with blues great RL Burnside.
They broke onto the national stage with the release of Shake Hands with Shorty in 2000.
In the two decades that followed they have released nine more studio albums, three of which were nominated for Blues Album of the Year Grammys
What To Expect
Featuring two massive high definition LED screens flanking a festival-quality stage, the Columbia Speedway Entertainment Center has been designed to seamlessly present live comedy and music along with live broadcast of professional and collegiate sports.
The state-of-the-art screens are more than 40-feet wide that can also be viewed during daylight hours.
Operating on the site of the Columbia Speedway, the new entertainment center is built to meet the highest COVID standards.
The venue features COVE seating, small sections roped off and socially distanced from other guests.
The Cola Concert Series includes the following:
- Greg Gutfeld Live Sunday, April 18
- Blackberry Smoke & North Mississippi Allstars Friday, April 23
- Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires Saturday, April 24
- Wynonna Judd on Sunday, April 25
- Shovels & Rope Saturday, May 1
- Mt. Joy Saturday, May 15.
- Any additional shows will be announced soon!
Blackberry Smoke and North Mississippi Allstars will perform as part of the Cola Concert Series on Friday, April 23.
Tickets range from $36.25 to $51.25 and go on sale this Friday, February 12 at 10:00 AM at ColaConcerts.com.
Mt. Joy will perform as part of the Cola Concert Series on Saturday, May 15.
Tickets range from $42.50 to $61.25 and go on sale this Friday, February 12 at 10:00 AM as well.
Tickets will also be available the night of show at the gate, subject to availability.
Each ticket will cover the cost of one seat in a COVE and patrons must purchase at least four tickets at checkout.
Guests can add up to four additional people to their COVE for $40 per person.
Fans are encouraged to sign up for Cola Concerts Speedway Club at ColaConcerts.com to get all show announcements and early access to ticket presales.