This one is going to sell out quickly! It's finally time to see The Black Crowes live in concert. Remember the botched show of 2010, what a mess. They were supposed to play out at the short-lived Ryan Creek Amphitheater located in a meadow east of Bonner. The official word on that one was that rain was to blame for the band walking out. Then, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood played at the Top Hat in 2014, but what you've been waiting for is an actual Black Crowes concert, and you got it.

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Multi platinum selling rock faves The Black Crowes have announced a show at the gorgeous KettleHouse Amphitheater for Saturday, August 13th. They will play their fan-favorite album "Shake Your Money Maker" in its entirety, along with all the hits!

The pre-sale is Thursday, February 24th from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. online only. General on-sale is this Friday, February 25th online and you can find Top Hat box office hours to purchase in person here. Tickets are $55 for lawn, $75 for pit, and $85 for reserved seats.

Formed by brothers Chris and Rich Robinson in the mid 80s in Marietta, Georgia, The Black Crowes have sold more than 30 million albums. A good chunk of that has come from their 1990 debut, Shake Your Money Maker, which included the hit singles “Twice As Hard”, “Jealous Again”, “Hard to Handle” and “She Talks to Angels.” The album also helped The Black Crowes get voted as the Best New American Band in the Rolling Stone readers and critics polls. In 2021, The Black Crowes celebrated the 5-time platinum certified album with the release of Shake Your Money Maker (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition).

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