Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival Concerts
BIG name acts will take the stage in June during Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival Concerts including country music sensation Scotty McCreery and Hunter Hayes. As well as pop music star, Andy Grammer. Concerts will be at 7:30 pm in the park’s Royal Palace Theatre. Concerts are included with park admission but limited seating is available and not guaranteed. Reserved Seating info below.
Remaining concerts for this season are as follows:
June 30: Andy Grammar
Multi-platinum selling pop artist Andy Grammer has taken the music world by storm. His debut album featured the platinum singles Keep Your Head Up and Fine By Me. Andy’s second album, Magazines or Novels, featured triple platinum hit Honey, I’m Good and certified gold anthem Good To Be Alive (Hallelujah). Andy’s third full length album, The Good Parts, released in December 2017. The record includes his global smash hit single “Fresh Eyes,” and the catchy summer jam featuring LunchMoney Lewis, “Give Love,” as well as his latest single “Smoke Clears.”
FREE TICKETS: Complimentary general seating wristbands will be available on a first-come, first-served basis on June 9 at Guest Relations, before you walk into the park. Ticket distribution begins when the park opens and continues until there are none left. Only one ticket per guest will be provided. Admission required to attend concert.
RESERVED SEATING: Guarantee an up-close seat at this concert for an additional fee. Choose between Concert Reserved Seating (concert seat only) or Concert Prime Reserved Seating (meal in the park + concert seat).
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