Jimmy Buffett Tickets
BB&T Pavilion | Camden, New Jersey
Parrothead's get ready as the amazing Jimmy Buffett is heading back on the road for another feel good summer tour! Celebrate the sunshine in the best way possible with Jimmy Buffett live in concert as he heads on down to BB&T Pavilion on Thursday 6th August 2020! Bring your friends, kick back, relax and enjoy as Jimmy Buffett transports you to a paradise vacation! There's no time like the now to secure those seats!
With his long standing passionate fan base, Jimmy Buffett has been able to fuel his incredible career and keep on giving through his performances with many highlights along the way. Throughout the years one thing has remained the same and that's his 'island' style approach to making music and of course during his live concerts that give an extra experience to the crowd. His biggest songs such as "Margaritaville" "Come Monday" and "It's Five O'clock Somewhere" have given the perfect setting to relax and unwind.
Jimmy Buffett kick started his career in the home of music, Nashville Tennessee as he begun his musical journey mainly within the country genre. After searching and looking inward he realised he still loved busking on the streets and combined this with his songs to create a timeless, feel good sound exterior which works so well. As he captivates fans, now mostly by performing on stages across some of the biggest and best venues in North America and further afield, his soundscape has never changed.
Jimmy Buffett sure knows how to bring the party and his tours have become infinitely famous for just that! Each and every one of his dates are unlike the other – come and experience it all for yourself as he heads out in the summer of 2020!
"The interactivity with the songs is what makes a Jimmy Buffett concert so fun. It’s hard not to get swept into singing along to songs and chanting out, Salt, Salt, Salt after Jimmy sings that popular line, “Searchin’ for my long-lost shaker of salt”, from the song “Margaritaville”. Or putting your hands together up over your head as you bring your fins to the left, fins to the right, as the crowd all became dancing sharks for the song “Fins”. Along with so many other hit songs like, “Volcano”, “Son of a Sailor”, “One Particular Harbor”, “Cheeseburger In Paradise”, I could go on and on, there was absolutely no shortage of crowd favorites."