Umphrey’s McGee with guest Spafford
There is not a lot that the American rock band, Umphrey’s McGee, cannot do. Whether it be the way they smoothly transition from genre to genre without the sound becoming too jarring to the ear or letting their fans know how deeply loved they are by taking them on ski trips and having albums dedicated to them personally, Umphrey’s McGee is the full package. They started their marvelous careers as college kids in 1997 and steadily built up their fame by first becoming well-known in their area of Notre Dame then eventually being able to sell over 5 million albums and perform over 2,000 gigs. Now, on the night of August 18, they are coming to the St. Augustine Amphitheatre which will be an exhibition of pure delight. Umphrey’s McGee will make sure the night is filled with endless energy and mesmerizing performances that will guarantee to make not only the long-time fans, but also the newcomers feel truly keyed up!
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre has always been known to bring in gloriously exceptional artists, whether they are well-known to the general public or talented individuals that are on the brink to making it big in the music industry. On August 25, the venue is presenting Rick Springfield, a Grammy-winning artist that some may consider a rock-and-roll legend. Springfield is most notable for his hit “Jessie’s Girl,” selling over millions of albums over the span of his 40-year career. Along with Springfield being the main event, he is also bringing several gifted musicians to play alongside with him, including power pop band Tommy Tutone, the phenomenal Loverboy, and rock musician Greg Kihn. Four amazing performers in one night is something the people of Florida do not want to miss at all. Come get your tickets now!