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2022 Lincoln Amphitheatre Schedule

Posted on February 17, 2022

Lincoln Amphitheatre announced its performance schedule for the 2022 season—and it’s packed with returning favorites, new names, and a celebration of Abraham Lincoln 35 years in the making!
The season kicks off on Saturday, May 14, with Garrison Keillor Tonight, an evening of stand-up, storytelling, and singalongs. Midnight Rider, an Allman Brothers tribute band, will wrap up the regular-season performance schedule on Saturday, October 1.
A Sunday afternoon concert series called Amp Unplugged will feature a trio of unique events. And an October movie event is being considered.
One of the largest roofed amphitheatres in the country, the 1,500-seat Lincoln Amphitheatre marks its 35th anniversary in 2022.

2022 Performance Schedule 

Saturday, May 14 - Garrison Keillor Tonight
Saturday, May 21 - Electric Avenue: The 80s MTV Experience SOLD OUT Saturday, June 4 - Henry Lee Summer
Saturday, June 11 - Dirty Deeds: A Tribute to AC/DC SOLD OUT Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, June 23-25 - Making a Home on Pigeon Creek: A Celebration of Lincoln Amphitheatre Musicals
Saturday, July 16 - Ana Popovic
Saturday, July 23 - The Lone Bellow
Saturday, July 30 - Creedence Revived: A Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival SOLD OUT Saturday, August 13 - Here Come the Mummies
Sunday, August 28 - Kentucky Shine, An Amp Unplugged Event Saturday, September 3 - Rumours: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac SOLD OUT Sunday, September 11 - "American Roots" by Members of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra, An Amp Unplugged Event Saturday, September 24 - Who’s Who: A Tribute to The Who
Saturday, October 1 - Midnight Rider: A Tribute to the Allman Brothers
Sunday, October 9 - Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio, An Amp Unplugged Event

Tickets are available to purchase online at

Make it a Weekend 

A show at Lincoln Amphitheatre makes a great date night. Or make it a weekend with a relaxing place to stay, great places to eat, and even more fun things to do

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