The City Parks of Clarksburg has operated the Amphitheater since its inception in 2009 and has hosted events of today’s biggest stars. From Florida-Georgia Line to 38-Special, the “Amp” brings in talent on rise and those who have rocked the crowds for decades. This year, acts of all genres will make a stop to Clarksburg to play for their fans.
The most recent concert will be country legend Tracy Lawrence. Born in Texas, Lawrence moved to Nashville in the early 1990s and later has churned out the hits as a performer, song writer and even producer. With familiar hits like “Time Marches On,” “I See it Now” and “If the World Had a Front Porch” just to name a few, Lawrence will be playing Friday, July 7th and a few tickets are still available for those looking for something to do that evening.
For those who enjoy adult contemporary music, David Crowder will perform on Friday, July 21st. One of the top artists in 2023, Crowder, as known by his stage name, has over 3-million records sold and three Grammy nominations added to his 11-year resume. His first album, Neon Steeple, debuted at 8th on Billboard’s top-200 and his hit song “Come As You Are” received multiple nominations. Today, his latest album “Milk & Honey” has been an instant success as “Good God Almighty” led the way up to #1 on Christian Radio song charts.
If you have ever listened to the National Anthem being performed at NFL games or NASCAR races, you probably heard of country performer Matt Stell. A Nashville Platinum performing artist, Stell burst on the scene with over half a billion streams with songs like “Prayed For You” and “Everywhere But On.” Stell’s event will close out the entertainment at the Amp for the remainder of the year. Plenty of tickets available for this Saturday, August 26th concert.
Generally for all events, doors open at 6:00 p.m. and again tickets are still available for all venues mentioned. Whether it is a date night or bringing a group to see the show, the Clarksburg Amphitheater can be your place for entertainment.
During the fall, staff will begin looking for talent for the 2024 season with a mixture of genres to entertain all fans in the area. If you have suggestions for some of the talent that comes to the amphitheater, please feel free to drop us a line.
Located at Veterans Park, the Amp is just one of many things that lie on the property. Surrounded by numerous recreational activities, families can enjoy the Splash Zone pool that boasts a lazy river, lane laps, splash pad and even slides. There are playgrounds, ball fields, tennis and pickleball courts as well as numerous pavilions to host family or company functions.
For more information about the City Parks of Clarksburg, feel free to contact the office at 304-624-1655 or find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CityParksofClarksburg or through the webpage www.cityparksofclarksburg.com . Always remember, there is plenty to do at the City Parks of Clarksburg!