Lincoln Amphitheatre is a beautiful outdoor concert venue inside Lincoln State Park—picture perfect for families, couples, or friends looking for a night out in a picturesque setting. With the furthest seat in this fully-covered venue being only 90 feet from the stage, there’s, literally, not a bad seat in the house. You can see the stage from anywhere.
The Lincoln Amphitheatre’s 2017 performance series of nine concerts and six showings of Young Abe Lincoln (a stage show) opened in May with Live Bait: a Tribute to Jimmy Buffett. Hundreds of people were tapping to the beat and singing in their seats to classic hits, like “Margaritaville”, “Cheeseburger in Paradise”, and many more. There was even a Conga line, a limbo, and beach balls being tossed around the crowd.
You won’t break the bank with a visit to one of the concerts here. Tickets and concessions are reasonably priced. And there’s no waiting. These volunteers have the routine down to a science. No waiting in line for the restroom, either.
For a complete list of the 2017 Lincoln Amphitheatre concert season, click here.