Outdoor concert season is officially here.

According to a press release from Live Nation, Saratoga Performing Arts Center's box office is opening on Saturday, May 11, 2019, at 10 a.m. To kick off the season, Live Nation will be offering customers the chance to buy tickets at the SPAC box office with no additional fees.

The press release states that the no-fee option is only available at the SPAC box office on May 11, 2019, from 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. Only available while supplies last and does not include lawn 4 packs. This offer is only valid at the Route 50 box office.

Here are the concerts at SPAC this summer:

  • Chris Young – Saturday, May 25th
  • Cardi B -  Sunday, May 26th
  • Dead & Company – Tuesday, June 18th
  • Phish – Tuesday, July 2nd & 3
  • Jackson Browne  – Friday, July 5th
  • GNA Countryfest w/ Old Dominion  – Saturday, July 6th
  • Luke Bryan w/ Cole Swindell  – Thursday, July 11th
  • Dave Matthews Band – Friday, July 13th & Saturday, July 14th
  • Tedeschi Trucks Band – Sunday, July 14th
  • Heart w/ Sheryl Crow  – Sunday, July 21st
  • Rob Thomas  – Wednesday, July 24th
  • Brad Paisley w/ Chris Lane  – Thursday, July 25th
  • Train / Goo Goo Dolls   – Friday, July 26th
  • Joe Bonamassa – Saturday, July 27th
  • Kidz Bop Kidz  – Sunday, July 28th
  • Breaking Benjamin – Tuesday, July 30th
  • KORN / Alice in Chains  – Sunday, August 11th
  • Beck / Cage the Elephant -  Monday, August 12th
  • The Australian Pink Floyd Show -  Sunday, August 18th
  • Slipknot  – Wednesday, August 21st
  • Santana w/ The Doobie Brothers  - Friday, August 23
  • KISS – Saturday, August 24th
  • Zac Brown Band  – Friday, August 30th
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd w/ Hank Willliams Jr.  – Saturday, August 31st
  • Peter Frampton  – Sunday, September 1st
  • Jason Aldean w/ Kane Brown – Thursday, September 5th
  • Steve Martin & Martin Short -  Friday, September 13th

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