Matchbox Twenty + Counting Crows at SPAC

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Counting Crows

This is becoming a regular thing: Matchbox Twenty and Counting Crows are set to return to SPAC August 25. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 31 -- they're $29.50 and up. (There's also a limited supply of lawn four-packs for $88.)

The opener for the show is Rivers and Rust.

While we're on the topic, here's how the SPAC pop show calendar is shaping up so far -- it's getting full...

May 18: Brad Paisley (with Dustin Lynch, Chase Bryant, Lindsay Ell)

June 16-17: Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds

June 18: Train (with O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield)

June 20: Dead and Company

July 1: Third Eye Blind (with Silversun Pickups)

July 3: Tedeschi Trucks Band (expanded to include lawn)

July 10: Nickelback (with Daughtry, Shaman's Harvest)

July 16: The Moody Blues

July 18: Foreigner with Cheap Trick

July 19: Straight No Chaser + Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox (pavilion only)

July 21: Kidz Bop Kids

July 22: Rod Stewart (with Cyndi Lauper)

July 23: Florida Georgia Line (with Nelly, Chris Lane)

July 25: Chicago and The Doobie Brothers

July 26: Kings of Leon (with Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats)

July 29: The Australian Pink Floyd Show

August 1: One Republic (with Fitz & The Tantrums, James Arthur)

August 15: Joe Bonamassa

August 20: Goo Goo Dolls (with Phillip Phillips)

August 26: Luke Bryan (with Brett Eldredge, Craig Campbell)

September 2: Zac Brown Band
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Earlier:
+ SPAC 2017 classical performances
+ Saratoga Jazz Fest 2017 lineup

Live Nation advertises on AOA.

photo: Danny Clinch

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