The veteran 12-piece band was slated to play the bowl in August 2018, but inclement weather moved that show to Pinnacle Bank Arena.
A new ticket office, spotlight towers and other improvements are going in at Pinewood Bowl as a $1.8 million renovation project continues in its fourth year.
Pioneers Park will not have water service beginning Wednesday due to a water meter replacement project. The project is scheduled to be complete by Friday, weather permitting.
The Struts set the tone with their first Lincoln visit, then touring veterans Shinedown really rocked the Pinewood Bowl crowd.
Not surprisingly, the crowd of 2,600 was up and dancing, fully connecting with Crow’s rock ’n’ roll in her superb first-ever Lincoln show.
Best known as a singer/songwriter and a great, great singer, who once backed Michael Jackson, Sheryl Crow’s also a rock-and-roll frontwoman of the highest order.
Repeatedly in the short letters he writes to everyone from his kids and band members to his running buddies, poker victims -- Woody Harrelson -- and cannabis, he talks about his determination to get back “On The Road Again."
Wednesday has been portrayed many times -- first in the TV sitcom and then on the silver screen and most recently the stage – but never has she been more vulnerable, more human or more capable of love.
“The Addams Family” will play eight shows over the next two weekends at Pinewood Bowl, continuing a summer tradition that dates to 1949.
Thursday’s program was a showcase for some of the world’s best dancers to demonstrate their skills and how a classic base can expand into vivid contemporary performance.
“We didn’t know exactly when it would all hit,” said arena general manager Tom Lorenz. “I think some of it is still coming. With COVID still being around on the coasts, some tours are looking at 2022."
Thirty years into her career, Sheryl Crow will make her Lincoln debut Sept. 7 at Pinewood Bowl -- the eighth announced show for the Pioneers Park amphitheater this summer and fall.
As was the case five years ago, Wednesday’s show will be at “An Evening With” affair. That translated to two hours of about 30 songs that were, not surprisingly, the songs that the 4,000 people at the bowl came to hear.
Styx will release a new album, "Crash of the Crown," and play Pinewood Bowl on Thursday.
Broadway star Kelli O'Hara enthralls Lied Center crowd Saturday.
Kasey Tyndall looked out at the 4,400 people who filled Pinewood Bowl on Friday evening.
Outlaw country's Jamey Johnson will return to Lincoln for a Friday Pinewood Bowl show that will be the first major concert in the city in 2021.
The Aug. 10 Avett Brothers/Willie Nelson Pinewood Bowl concert is essentially sold out, providing evidence of the pent-up demand for live in-person shows that will, over the next couple months, start to be met.
The band, formed in Omaha in 1990, will return to live performances after playing monthly livestream concerts during the pandemic, while performances by Shinedown and Jamey Johnson will give the Pioneers Park venue seven 2021 shows to date.
Tickets go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m.
“Definitely, we hope, by the end of the season, (to have) as many as eight to 12 shows,” general manager Tom Lorenz said. “We have four more for sure and two or three more could drop in."