Tickets for Widespread Panic go on sale Friday, February 4, 2011, at the Kovalchick Complex website for their performance on April 3.
Following the release of their acclaimed eleventh studio album Dirty Side Down (career high and Billboard chart topper), Widespread Panic has announced their April 3 debut at the Kovalchick Complex in Indiana, Pennsylvania. The rock band from Georgia has risen to elite status among Americans as an authentic jam band.
Tickets are $37 for the general public and $27 at the box office for students with valid ID. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 4, at 10:00 a.m. For tickets, go to the Kovalchick Complex website or call the Kovalchick Complex Box Office at 800-298-4200. Prices do not include a $2 facility fee.
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Widespread Panic’s John Bell (vocals and guitar), Jojo Hermann (keyboards), Todd Nance (drums), Domingo Ortiz (percussionist), Dave Schools (bass) and Jimmy Herring (guitar; also former ABB guitarist) are ready to rock the new 5,000-seat multipurpose venue in Indiana, Pa.
After twenty-five years, Widespread Panic continues to be one of the top touring acts in the country, playing sold-out venues and packed houses and setting attendance records throughout the U.S. Panic’s live performances have become legendary over the years with hits like Let’s Get Down To Business, Space Wrangler, and Already Fried.
As 2011 unfolds, Widespread Panic will be announcing more shows to celebrate their Silver Anniversary.