JACKSON, Tenn. – Celebrate the rich musical legacy of the region with the 2018 season of Jackson’s Award Winning music venue Jackson‘s Amphitheater at the Market (AMP) starting May 4 behind the West Tennessee Farmers’ Market.
Eleven free performances are planned for the second season:
May 4 - Rev. Jessie & The Holy Smokes (Josh Smith)
May 18 - Kimberlie Helton Band
June 8 - King Beez
June 29 - Little Boys Blue
July 6 - Caleb Minter
July 27 - Stacy Mitchhart
Aug. 10 - Bryan Moffitt
Aug. 24 - Iron Horse
Sept. 7 - Jimmy Church Band
Sept. 15 - Special Concert (To Be Announced)
Sept. 21 - The Doublewides
Begin the evening at 6:45 p.m. as Bud Light Presents “Local, Homegrown Musicians under the Tent.” Music begins 7:30 p.m. on the Main Stage.
The open air venue encourages guests to bring their picnic basket or visit one of the food concessions along with chairs and blankets to sit on. Free parking is available throughout downtown. In the event of rain, please refer to the AMP’s Facebook page for updates.
Special thanks to the following Sponsors who have committed to the 2018 series The Allison Insurance Group; BancorpSouth; The Bank of Jackson Travel Club; Bud Light / Central Distributors; Butts Foods; City of Jackson; First Tennessee Bank; Healthy Community, LLC.; Jackson Energy Authority; Jackson Chamber; Jackson Downtown Development Corp.; LIFT Wellness Center; Murray Guard; Personnel Placements, LLC.; Relay For Life; Southern Electric; Tim Ferguson Plumbing Air and Electric; Toyota Bodine; VOYA; WBBJ-TV; and West Tennessee Healthcare Foundation. Additional recognition is also extended to media sponsors The Jackson Sun, Thomas Media and WBBJ-TV.
Jackson’s Amphitheater at the Market is a collaborative project between the City of Jackson, West Tennessee Farmers Market, Jackson Downtown Development Corporation, Jackson Arts Council, Visit Jackson, TN and numerous community volunteers. To connect with what’s happening at the AMP, visit www.facebook.com/JacksonAMPattheMarket.
Lori Nunnery, Executive Director
Jackson Convention & Visitors Bureau