Please Note: Due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict this event has been moved to Saturday, September 28, 2024. If you are unable to attend the new date, you can refund your tickets until October 15, 2023. If you’re still able to attend the new date, your current tickets will still work. You don’t need to do anything other than update your calendar. We apologize for the inconvenience.
It’s a night of classics as The Family Arena presents The Legends of Country Rock. Don’t miss an unforgettable experience as Pure Prairie League, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Richie Furay, and Firefall take the stage to perform their iconic hits.
From their beginnings in mid-Sixties Ohio as a group of friends playing cover tunes to the present-day unit featuring founding member/pedal-steel innovator John David Call, propulsive drummer/vocalist Scott Thompson, keyboard master/vocalist Randy Harper and featuring new members Jared Camic on bass and vocals, plus ace guitarist/vocalist Jeff Zona, Pure Prairie League continues to embellish the rich 43-year history of one of Country-Rock’s pioneering forces.
Formed from the cream of Atlanta’s studio musicians, the Atlanta Rhythm Section (actually hailing from nearby Doraville, Georgia) came together in 1970 after working on a Roy Orbison recording session. In 1977, “So In To You” became the band’s breakthrough single, reaching the U.S. Top 10, and the album from which it came, A Rock And Roll Alternative, went gold. Their platinum follow-up album, Champagne Jam, broke into the Top 10 in 1978, together with the blockbuster single “Imaginary Lover” (“I’m Not Gonna Let It Bother Me Tonight” was another major hit from the same album).
Richie Furay is an American music luminary, a Colorado Music Hall of Fame and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee. He is celebrated for pioneering Country-Rock as founding member of the legendary and quintessential groups Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and the Souther-Hillman-Furay band. He wrote “Kind Woman,” “My Kind of Love,” and “Nobody’s Fool” for Buffalo Springfield and “A Good Feelin’ to Know,” “Anyway Bye Bye,” and “Do You Feel It Too” for Poco.
In 40+ years of making exceptional music, Firefall has distinguished themselves as one of the top bands from the genre of music called Americana. They helped spearhead the birth and continuation of the country rock/folk rock sound of the 70’s. Firefall is as vital as ever, standing out as one of the few remaining torchbearers for harmony laden rock; a welcome blast from the past focused firmly on the future.
Parking at The Family Arena - $15
There are approximately 3,500 parking spaces on a lighted surface lot adjacent to the Family Arena. Handicapped parking is available in the southwest corner of the arena lot. Parking fees can vary based on event needs and are specified on each event listing on our site. Please see the event page for show specific information.
VIP Parking - $30
VIP parking is located on the south side of the arena across from the main entrance. VIP parking is an additional fee. Guests wishing to be dropped off or picked up before or after an event should use the South parking entrance. A separate two-lane drive with a turn-around lane allows guests to be easily picked up or dropped off. This area also provides temporary parking for purchases at the ticket office.
12-person suite: $1,000
24-person suite: $2,000
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