Innsbrook Pavilion returns for 2015 summer season with mass of dad-friendly acts

by | May 28, 2015 | ART

Innsbrook After Hour, a seasonal concert venue for central Virginia residents, is celebrating their 30th year anniversary by bringing back plenty of artis

Innsbrook After Hour, a seasonal concert venue for central Virginia residents, is celebrating their 30th year anniversary by bringing back plenty of artists and offering new VIP ticket options for those who want to upscale their experience into a more convenient one.

Ticket prices are standard for general admission: early bird (1st week on-sale) is between $10 and $15, 2nd tier (after 1st week of on-sale) is $15 and $20, 3rd tier (within 7 days of show day) is between $20 and $30, at the gate is between $25 and $35, and if you want the best seats in the venue, the gold circle tickets go from anywhere between $40 and $99.

Tickets can be purchased online, here or at the gate the day of the show.

With enough seating for 6,500 people whether their seated or on the lawn, and kids free if they’re under 10, then there’s no great excuse for not bringing the family along.

For all events unless noted, gates will be opening at 5p.m. and the show should be beginning with openers by 6p.m. Some fun events include happy hour from 5 to 6p.m. and a Beer pong championship game from 5p.m. to 7p.m. with registration for it being between 5 and 5:30p.m.

Editors note: We’ve only listed these acts as part of our broader commitment to informing our audience about live music coming to town – personally I find the idea of promoting a 311 show physically nauseating, but yea, some of you might be into it.

Check out this summer’s line up below:

May 29th Foreigner

May 30th Lee Brice Live

May 31st Rusted Root & The Wailers

Jun 4th George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic

Jun 10th – Michael McDonald

Jun 25th – Chris Young

Jul 1st – Buddy Guy

Jul 15th – Justin Moore

Jul 22nd – 311

Aug 1st – Hank Jr Live Concert

Aug 6th – Andy Grammer & American Authors

Aug 12th – Tyler Farr

Aug 13th – ZZ Top Live Concert

Aug 19th The Beach Boys

Aug 20th – OAR

Aug 27th – Boyz II Men

Sep 9th – Jamey Johnson

Sep 17th – Hunter Hayes

Sep 23rd – Willie Nelson

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