Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band with be bringing the easy-going summer beach vibe to Baltimore on Friday to kick off the “I Don’t Know 2018″ Tour to Royal Farms Arena.
The concert follows a rehearsal show at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis on Wednesday that wasn’t listed on his official tour schedule. While in Annapolis, Buffett received the Navy’s Superior Public Service Award for his support of the men and women serving in the Navy.
On Friday, the fun begins long before the door opens at every Buffett show – and Baltimore is no exception. The official Parrot Head Tailgate Party runs from 2 p.m. -7 p.m. at Hopkins Place next to the arena, with food, drinks, the Budweiser Clydesdales and the Jimmy Buffet cover band, Panama Rex.
Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.
Greta Van Fleet to rock Rams Head Live on May 9
When older rock fans talk about seeing that one legendary band that sells out arenas way back in the day, this is exactly the kind of show they’re talking about.
The young Michigan foursome with a sound reminiscent of classic Led Zeppelin played with a modern edge stops in Baltimore on May 9 in support of their recent release “From The Fires.”
If you slept on getting tickets to this, you’re too late, you’re out of luck – all shows on the tour are sold out.
Or are they?
The band announced it will be releasing a limited number of held back tickets this Saturday. Here’s the deal: In an effort to get these tickets into fans’ hands instead of scalper’s, tickets are only going to be made available at the Rams Head box office. There is a two-ticket limit.
Chris Swanson is a live music and sports fanatic and a long-time Maryland resident. He holds tightly to what some consider an unreasonable affection for the Baltimore Orioles and older music venues. Chris has a Communications Degree from the Franciscan University of Steubenville.