Preferred parking is available at all Ticketmaster locations for $20 plus service charge. FREE guest parking is available in lighted and patrolled lots convenient to The Pavilion.
Permitted and non-permitted items may vary per show. Camera policies are set at the discretion of the artist and may vary at each show. For a full list of rules and permitted items please check the Pavilion Rules.
All shows, especially opening acts are tentative and subject to change without notice. Ticket prices are subject to change without notice. Service charges will apply. Ticketmaster and Live Nation Ticketing is the official ticketing source of The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. The Pavilion does not endorse or recommend any other ticketing source for events held at The Pavilion. The only exception is when purchasing tickets through an official artist fan club website.
LYNYRD SKYNYRD WITH BAD COMPANY AND THE OUTLAWS
MAY 12, 2018 | 6 PM
No backpacks, bags or purses larger than 8.5" x 11" will be allowed into the venue.
NOTE: The Pavilion Box Office is closed for the season. It will re-open in March of 2018.
TICKETS ON-SALE NOW
RESERVED SEATS: $199.50, $129.50, $99.50, $79.50, $49.50
There will be a limited number of Lawn 4-packs for $90 plus service fees.
After a career that has spanned more than 40 years and includes a catalog of more than 60 albums, Southern Rock icons, Lynyrd Skynyrd, will embark on its final Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour presented by SiriusXM.
The Southern Rockers are best known for their RIAA platinum-certified anthems “Sweet Home Alabama” and self-proclaimed signature song, “Free Bird,” that Rolling Stone said was “easily the most requested live song in existence.” With more than 30 million units sold over their career, the band, that USA Today called the “whiskey-soaked genre's most popular and influential crew,” has become a cultural icon that has spanned five decades. With everlasting hits such as “Simple Man,” “Gimme Three Steps,” “What’s Your Name,” “Call Me The Breeze,” “You Got that Right,” and more, Rolling Stone named Lynyrd Skynyrd one of its 100 Greatest Bands of All Time.