Grammy-award winning artists, speciality cocktails, diverse genres—you can find all this and more during season 2 at The Orion. Read on to see this year’s exciting lineup + new features the amphitheater will offer in 2023.
Ready for season 2 at The Orion? Get your tickets now so you don’t miss your favorite artists.
What to expect
It’s hard to imagine topping The Orion’s first season, but season 2 is projected to be even bigger, offering more shows and amenities.
This year, The Orion will showcase a new bar and offer signature drinks at each event—a cocktail enthusiast’s dream.
Additionally, the amphitheater has diversified its lineup, including music from distinct genres to appeal to every music lover.
The amazing + diverse lineup
No matter what genre you prefer, you can find it during season 2 at The Orion. This year, the amphitheater is emphasizing diversity, bringing in artists with different styles and sounds.
Check out 2023’s incredible lineup:
- Anthony Hamilton—April 8
- Lauren Daigle—April 14
- Robert Plant & Alison Krauss—April 30
- Koe Wetzel—May 12
- For King & Country—May 14
- Cody Jinks—May 19
- Martina McBride—May 20
- Weezer—June 4
- James Taylor—June 20
- Illenium—June 28
- Bert Kreischer—July 6
- Phish—July 11 + 12
- Parker McCollum—July 14
- Widespread Panic—July 28, 29 + 30
- Jelly Roll—August 1
- Billy Strings—August 25 + 26
- The Doobie Brothers—August 30
- Train—September 6
Don’t miss out on all your favorite artists—make sure to get tickets now for season 2 at The Orion.
Interesting facts about these artists
The artists of season 2 at The Orion not only showcase distinct sounds but also bring unique life experiences. Check out some intriguing facts about these superstars:
- Bert Kreischer allegedly joined the Russian mafia and robbed a train while studying abroad—events which inspired the 2023 movie “The Machine.”
- The Doobie Brothers were inducted into the Rock + Roll Hall of Fame in 2020.
- Anthony Hamilton advocates for social justice. He is a spokesperson for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), striving to raise awareness about the foster care system.
- Cody Jinks loves being on the road—he’s only home 5 weeks out of the year.
- Lauren Daigle founded the Price Fund, which helps those in need through community initiatives and outreach.
- James Taylor has sold over 100 million albums.
- For King + Country fights social injustice. The singers advocate to end human trafficking, help children in need and support the arts.
- Pat Monahan, Train frontman, started an award-winning wine portfolio in 2011. It’s sold over 10 million bottles and won over 100 medals.
Excited for season 2 at The Orion? Get your tickets now to enjoy these amazing shows, signature drinks + more.