First Niagara presents Tuesday in the Park at Artpark

June 9 - August 25

Artpark Amphitheater view venue map

No food or beverage carry-ins
$5 on-site parking
All shows rain or shine
All bands, set times subject to change
Please click here for Full Venue Guide / FAQ
Tickets for Artpark concerts can be purchased online, click 'Buy Tickets Now' boxes below,
by phone at 1-888-223-6000 or in person at Artpark Box Office Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, 450 S. 4th St. Lewiston, NY

2015 Lineup - more to be announced on March 23 and throughout April

Widespread Panic

no opener

June 16

Artpark Outdoor Amphitheater (view map)

Tickets Available Soon

Tickets on sale March 28 at 10am

General Admission $12 Advance/$17 Week of Show (June 14-16)

Limited Front of Stage Pit (Standing Room Only) $27

Limited Reserved Seating (Chairs provided adjacent to sound board) $27

Ticket prices above include facility fee.
Additional fees apply for online and phone orders.

About Widespread Panic

27 years ago this week, a singer everyone called J.B., a bass-playing future journalism school dropout and a guitarist nicknamed Panic for his bouts with anxiety went looking for a drummer for their next gig.

After striking out with the usual suspects around Athens, Georgia, the three friends made an eleventh-hour call to a high-school band mate of the guitar player living in Atlanta, thinking he might still have his kit handy.

A few days later, Todd Nance rolled up to the house at 320 King Avenue shared by John Bell, Michael Houser and David Schools in an old, beat-up white Maverick, his drums crammed into the back. After a night of rehearsing, the new quartet hopped onstage together for the first time the next day at the old Mad Hatter Ballroom to play a short set that opened with the Buffalo Springfield classic "For What It's Worth." Widespread Panic was born.