19 Huntsville concerts you don’t want to miss this spring—buy tickets now

Carver Commodore performing at Gold Sprint
Carver Commodore returns to Huntsville this spring. (Emily Phillips / Hville Blast)

2022 is shaping up to be an amazing year for live music in Huntsville. From the brand-new Orion Amphitheater to classic venues like the Von Braun Center’s Propst Arena and Mark C. Smith Concert Hall, there’s not a weekend without a concert worth checking out.

Read on for our roundup of 19 shows you don’t want to miss.

The Orion Amphitheater

Orion Amphitheater
We’re getting closer to opening day. (Orion Amphitheater / Facebook)

1. 2022 Huntsville Classic ft. Jake Owen

Support the Huntsville Hospital Foundation and see the first show at the Orion Amphitheater. Jake Owen headlines the 33rd annual event.

2. The First Waltz

See a slew of home-grown favorites at the 3-day First Waltz celebration. Talent includes:

  • Brittany Howard
  • Drive-By Truckers
  • Emmylou Harris
  • Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
  • John Paul White
  • Mavis Staples
  • St. Paul and the Broken Bones

What a show. Here’s when you can see it:

  • Friday, May 13-Sunday, May 15
  • Tickets

3. Camp to Amp Festival

Miss out on First Waltz tickets? No worries—the whole MidCity District will be celebrating the Orion that weekend. Head to The Camp for the Camp to Amp Festival, featuring local bands like

  • B Smoove
  • Black Market Haggis
  • Carver Commodore
  • Opera Huntsville
  • Pond Diver
  • Rocket City Chorus

If you’re into rock, you don’t want to miss Carver Commodore’s set—take it from me.

  • Saturday, May 14
  • RSVP

4. Dave Matthews Band

DMB
The Dave Matthews Band is Orion’s first sold-out show. (Orion Amphitheater / Facebook)

DMB in HSV, anyone?

5. Lynyrd Skynyrd

There’s nothing like Southern rock in Sweet Home Alabama.

6. Kenny Chesney

Kenny Chesney
Beach vibes in HSV. (Orion Amphitheater / Facebook)

Nobody does summer music like Kenny Chesney.

7. Widespread Panic

Widespread Panic will be performing for not one, not two, but three consecutive nights this Memorial Day Weekend.

  • Friday, May 27-Sunday, May 29
  • Tickets

Von Braun Center

Propst
There’s so much to look forward to this spring. (Nathan Watson / Hville Blast)

8. Shakey Graves

Head over to Mars Music Hall this Friday to see Shakey Graves’ rescheduled show.

9. Disney on Ice Presents Dream Big

Disney on Ice is a performance that’s fun for the whole family. Catch the show in Propst Arena this spring.

  • 7 shows from Thursday, April 7-Sunday, April 10
  • Tickets

10. Twickenham Fest 2022

Twickenham Fest is a free event that allows Alabamians to experience the arts in a new way. Performances will take place at the VBC Playhouse.

  • Friday, April 8-Saturday, April 9
  • Tickets

11. Chris Cagle

Country musician Chris Cagle comes to Mars Music Hall in April.

12. BTL Presents “Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles”

Celebrate the anniversary of Abbey Road with a Beatles tribute show at the Mark C. Smith Concert Hall.

  • Two shows on Tuesday, April 12
  • Tickets

13. Three Days Grace

Fans of rock from the aughts and beyond, don’t miss Three Days Grace at Mars next month.

14. HSO Presents Mahler Resurrection

HSO
Don’t miss the last performance of the season. (Huntsville Symphony Orchestra / Facebook)

The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra is a local treasure. See the last performance of their 2021-2022 season at the Mark C. Smith Concert Hall this April.

15. Jon Langston

Country music fans, we’ve got another one for you: Jon Langston is bringing his “All Good Out Here” tour to Mars Music Hall.

16. Indigo Girls

Indigo Girls
One night only. (Von Braun Center / Facebook)

Folk rock duo Indigo Girls is celebrating their newest studio album, Look Long, with a tour. Don’t miss their show at Mars.

17. Black Jacket Symphony: The Police’s Synchronicity

Black Jacket Symphony Police
Hear all your favorite Police hits. (Von Braun Center / Facebook)

I saw Black Jacket Symphony performing Led Zeppelin’s Houses of the Holy in Huntsville several years ago and it was phenomenal. Police fans, you need tickets to this show.

  • Two shows on Saturday, May 7
  • Tickets

18. Brooks & Dunn

If you lose your one and only, there’s always room here for the lonely…that is, if “here” is Propst Arena this May.

19. The Temptations & The Four Tops

The Temptations and the Four Tops had to reschedule their February show due to illness. If you missed out on buying tickets the first time around, you’ve got another chance.

Other venues to check out

Sidetracks Music Hall

Gold Sprint Coffee

The Electric Belle


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