Are you ready to set sail on the high seas? Peter Beckett, the voice of Player and the number one hit “Baby Come Back”, will be in Lincoln
Are you ready to set sail on the high seas? Peter Beckett, the voice of Player and the number one hit “Baby Come Back”, will be in Lincoln City this Saturday, September 2, along with the Monsters of Yacht for a night of some of the smoothest classic rock ever made. Very special guests and local favorites Five Under will kick things off at 6:30 p.m. with Monsters of Yacht and Beckett following at 7:30 p.m. The second of two Indiana dates dubbed as an official “Yacht Rock Radio Cruise”, the evening will be hosted by Yacht Rock Radio’s Captain Adam and is being presented in part by longtime Lincoln Amphitheatre sponsor Kimball Electronics.
Both General Admission ($21.95) and a limited amount of VIP ($26.95) tickets are still available for this special performance at www.LincolnAmphitheatre.com, directly at bit.ly/YachtRockRadioCruise, or by calling 812-937-2329. VIP tickets include a free drink voucher good for beer and wine for our guests 21 and over or for Pepsi products, as well as preferred seating in the venue’s center section.
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Monsters of Yacht delivers a typical playlist that features the likes of Christopher Cross, Toto, Hall & Oates, Steely Dan, and so much more. For additional information about Monsters of Yacht, visit www.monsterofyacht.com and for additional information about Peter Beckett, visit www.peterbeckett-player.com.
Tickets for this and all Lincoln Amphitheatre events, including the Sunday, October 1 matinee solo acoustic tribute to the great James Taylor and the Sunday, October 8, Kings Highway bluegrass matinee, can be purchased at www.LincolnAmphitheatre.com, directly at bit.ly/LincolnAmphitheatre2023, or by phoning the box office at 812-937-2329.
About the Lincoln Amphitheatre
As one of the largest fully-covered amphitheaters in the United States, the Lincoln Amphitheatre is a majestic 1,500-seat venue located conveniently just off of Interstate 64 halfway between Evansville, Ind., and Louisville, Ky., within Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City, Ind.—the boyhood home of Abraham Lincoln. The venue, a crown jewel for live outdoor entertainment and events in southern Indiana, has been under the management of the Indiana Destination Development Corporation since 2015. For additional information, please call 812-937-2329 or email [email protected].