21st annual festival of rock and country features headliners such as Train, Hunter Hayes, Creedence Clearwater Revisited and Blues Traveler
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$30 for one three-day pass to the American Music Festival (up to $48.85 value)
When: Friday, August 29–Sunday, August 31 at 7 p.m.
Hunter Hayes: The country crooner behind “Somebody’s Heartbreak” and “I Want Crazy” plays over 30 instruments and has earned an exhaustive list of awards, including four Grammy nods, two American Music Awards, and two American Country Awards. The fact that he’s only 22 lends credence to the rumor that he’s actually Ponce de León. (Friday)
Creedence Clearwater Revisited: swampy classics such as “Fortunate Son” and “Proud Mary” as performed by Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Stu Cook and Doug “Cosmo” Clifford of the original CCR, with John “Bulldog” Tristao taking the vocal reins from John Fogerty (Saturday)
Blues Traveler: expect Grateful Dead-like improvisational skills and harmonica solos galore in a freewheeling live show from the jam band who penned “Runaround” and “Hook” (Saturday)
Train: the Grammy-winning trio of “Drops of Jupiter” and “Hey, Soul Sister” fame returns to the American Music Festival by popular demand (Sunday)
Also Appearing: Foghat
Big Sam’s Funky Nation with Anthony Rosano & the Conqueroos