Jimmy Buffett Tickets 2020
Jimmy Buffett 2020 Tour Dates:
April 16, 2020 – North Charleston Coliseum – North Charleston, SC
April 18, 2020 – Coastal Credit Union Music Park – Raleigh, NC
April 23, 2020 – Colonial Life Arena – Columbia, SC
April 25, 2020 – PNC Music Pavilion – Charlotte, NC
May 13, 2020 Ascend Amphitheater Nashville, TN
May 16, 2020 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion The Woodlands, TX
May 23, 2020 Dos Equis Pavilion Dallas, TX
July 11, 2020 – Ruoff Music Center – Indianapolis, IN
July 14, 2020 – Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati, OH
July 16, 2020 – S & T Bank Music Park Burgettstown
August 1, 2020 – Jiffy Lube Live – Bristow, VA
August 4, 2020 – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh, NY
August 8, 2020 – Xfinity Center – Mansfield MA (Boston)
December 5, 2020 – Amway Center Orlando, FL
December 8, 2020 – VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville, FL
December 11, 2020 – Amalie Arena Tampa, FL.
More About Jimmy Buffett
Jimmy Buffett is best known for his music, which often portrays an “island escapism” lifestyle. Together with his Coral Reefer Band, Buffett has recorded hit songs including “Margaritaville” (ranked 234th on the Recording Industry Association of America’s list of “Songs of the Century”) and “Come Monday”. He has a devoted base of fans known as “Parrotheads”.
Aside from his career in music, Jimmy Buffett is also a best-selling writer and is involved in two restaurant chains named after two of his best-known songs; he owns the Margaritaville Cafe restaurant chain and co-developed the Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant chain.
Jimmy Buffett began calling his music “drunken Caribbean rock ‘n’ roll” as he says on his 1978 live album You Had To Be There. Later, Buffett himself and others have used the term “Gulf and Western” to describe his musical style and that of other similar-sounding performers. The name derives from elements in Buffett’s early music including musical influence from country, along with lyrical themes from the Gulf Coast. A music critic described Buffett’s music as a combination of “tropical languor with country funkiness into what some have called the Key West sound, or Gulf-and-western.” The term is a play on the form of “Country & Western” and the name of the former conglomerate Gulf+Western.