Umphrey’s McGee rock the amphitheater in Louisville tonight
September 22, 2012 by Sarah
Prog-rock sextet Umphrey’s McGee has being performing since back in the 1990s and brings powerful music back to life. With a massive presence both on stage and back in the studio, the band is lauded by many of the critics, adored by its fans, and is set to light up Louisville tonight.
Drawing listeners from around the world, the band continually adds new listeners to its fan base. With quick tempo changes, outstanding playing, and stunning rhythmic shifts the hallmarks of its sound, Umphrey’s McGee never fails keep the audience awe-inspired. This is a band that the crowd will no doubt truly appreciate and enjoy, talking about the truly memorable hooks and intriguing guitar lines on the way home.
The Iroquois Amphitheatre is a handicap-accessible and truly state-of–the art outdoor performance theater. Seating 2,366 people and often hosting a wide variety of cultural activities and performing arts, it is located in Iroquois Park and is the only official amphitheater to the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Flyer printing and poster printing may have been used to advertise and promote this exciting act to the residents in this community and surrounding communities. Admission to this performance cost $22.50 to $25, depending on seating selection.
It will take place tonight, September 22, at 7:30 pm at the Kentucky Kingdom Festival’s Iroquois Amphitheatre located at 1080 Amphitheatre Road in Louisville. To learn more about this festival, as well as Umphrey’s McGee, please visit the Iroquois Amphitheatre website.