Oak Mountain Amphitheatre | Pelham, Alabama
Rock fans will experience the raw power of the multi-platinum band Nickelback this summer as the Canadian rockstars bring another highly-anticipated tour. Dubbed the "Get Rollin' Tour," the Chad Kroeger-led band will get you rolling ecstatically as they perform in some of the major venues in the U.S. and Canada. Kicking things off in Quebec earlier this June, the "How You Remind Me" hitmakers will bring the excitement of the tour to over 40 venues, including Birmingham, Alabama's Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, on September 16. This is definitely one of the best Saturdays of September as the Grammy-nominated band turns the venue into a haven of high-energy performances of their chart-topping hits and anthems that have made an indelible mark in the alternative rock genre. Joined by rising country music stars Brantley Gilbert and Austin Snell, the band will make this concert unforgettable. Expect to be singing along to the band's career-defining hits, as well as to the newest singles from their latest album, "Get Rollin'." If you haven't got your tickets already, this is your chance to book one for you and your friends. Hit the "Get Tickets" link to reserve yours today.
Nickelback is an award-winning Canadian rock band that rose to popularity in the 2000s. Formed in 1995, the Chad Kroeger-led band instantly became one of the most popular Canadian rock groups of the time. Their breakthrough song put them in mainstream culture after being signed to Roadrunner Records in 1999. "How You Remind Me" became the number-one song of their hit album "Silver Side Up," released in 2001. By 2002, the song reached number one on the American and Canadian charts, and the album became a certified eight-time silver platinum in Canada. Even though their post-grunge, heavy metal, alternative rock genre wasn't well favored in the era, they were able to gather loyal fans in the generation. The rock band became one of the most popular rock groups ever, selling over 50 million records, and has been nominated for six Grammys.
Comprised of Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake, Mike Kroeger, and Daniel Adair, the band captured a wider set of audience as their 2003 album "The Long Road" was released. It easily sold over 5 million copies worldwide and was spearheaded with the hit ballad "Someday." It reached number one in Canada for three weeks and number seven in the United States. It charted for 50 weeks in the U.S., thus becoming Nickelback's longest-charting single. "All the Right Reasons," which arrived in October 2005, proved to be Nickelback's most popular effort to date. It spawned five Top 20 singles, remaining in the Billboard Top 30 for over two years and selling over seven million copies in the U.S. alone.
The band remains what it once was as a fan-favorite, and newer songs have been released that maintained the band's legendary image in the rock and roll industry. In 2020, as a fifteenth-anniversary edition of "All The Right Reasons," the band released "The Devil Went Down To Georgia." This year the band will be going on a massive tour to promote their 10th studio album, "Get Rollin'." Scoping across 38 cities, they'll be joined by country rock singer and songwriter Brantley Gilbert and "grunge country" singer Austin Snell. They'll be at the Oak Mountain Amphitheater on the 16th of September for a night of loud good times and pumped-up angst. Grab those tickets now.