The Righteous Brothers (Bucky Heard, left and Bill Medley) will perform at the Lied Center for Performing Arts Friday.
The Righteous Brothers concert scheduled for the Lied Center for Performing Arts on Saturday has been postponed to next year because of a medical emergency.
The emergency is not COVID-19 related, those connected to the concert said.
The concert has been rescheduled for July 8. Tickets for Saturday’s show will be honored on the rescheduled date. Ticketholders do not need to take any action if they wish to attend then.
Refunds and account credits can be obtained at the Lied box office, by phone at 402-472-4747 or by emailing
Lincoln's most requested musical acts
Bridging the gap between punk rock and pop, Green Day has been around since 1986 before becoming a sensation with 1994's "Dookie." Since then, they've released eight albums and a number of chart-topping singles. Unfortunately, the band chose Omaha for a 2017 concert.
While he may be synonymous with New Jersey, Lincoln residents overwhelmingly requested The Boss, Bruce Springsteen, to come to the Capitol City. A wide variety of
chart-topping songs and classic albums make it easy to understand why, as well as an album called "Nebraska."
Since forming in the wake of Nirvana's breakup in 1994, the Foo Fighters have been one of rock's most
consistent modern acts. They've also made a big impression on Lincoln listeners and were our most requested group.
A record-breaking recording act, Adele has sold out shows and become one of the top-selling recording artists of the past decade on the strength of her second album, "21." She's toured more or less since then, stopping only briefly to record the similarly successful followup, "25."
After a host of songs from the band's debut album, "Night Visions," made Imagine Dragons a household name, the group has been touring near constantly.
While Jack White may have started his musical career in a garage in Detroit with his ex-wife as a part of the
White Stripes, he's become one of the biggest names in music through bluesy guitar solos, garage-rock anthems and collaborations with some of the biggest names in music, new and old.
Taylor Swift's a long way from her start as a niche singer-songwriter country act. Over the course of only a few years, she has blossomed into one of today's biggest, most recognizable musical acts. Her willingness to
experiment and not be tied to one genre or style has led her to be a favorite across generations of fans.
After leaving The Police in 1981, Sting began to find solo success at the end of the decade, eventually overshadowing his early success with songs like "
All this Time" and "We'll be Together."
British pop-rock act Coldplay was requested repeatedly. The band is best known for songs "Yellow" and "Viva la Vida." Unfortunately, the band doesn't plan to tour anytime soon.
Critical darling Ellie Goulding rapidly ascended the British pop charts when she burst onto the scene in 2009. Since then, she's toured with U2, collaborated with Skrillex and had music on the
"Fifty Shades of Grey" soundtrack.
One of the many bands to find popularity in the early days of MySpace,
OneRepublic has released three albums and been touring almost constantly since 2008.
What began as an experiment in blending classic rock with the then-popular sound of electronica and punk rock eventually turned into one of the world's biggest bands,
U2. Nearly 40 years and 13 albums after forming, the group is still making headlines and selling out shows on some of the planet's biggest stages.
As known for her work with the ASPCA as her career as a singer-songwriter, Sarah McLachlan's still going
strong after more than 20 years.
Bolstered by near constant play on MTV, singer-songwriter
Tori Amos became a sensation with ballads promoting feminism and empowerment and attacking political and religious institutions.
She's performed twice in Lincoln already, but pop-provocateur
Pink is still a draw.
One of the most consistently controversial metal bands,
Slayer is still pumping out anti-establishment anthems the same way they have since 1981. Slayer came to Omaha on Nov. 18.