Jimmy Buffett Tickets

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Overall Rating

4.6

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Always great!

The Wharf Amphitheater - Orange Beach

Love listening to Jimmy Buffet. This year's concert included some new songs which were fun to listen to, but the party didn't really get started until he brought out the old favorites that we all love to sing and dance along to.

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Fabulous time

Bridgestone Arena - Nashville

Great venue! Jimmy Buffet gave a fabulous performance! We had a great time!

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Great as usual

The Wharf Amphitheater - Orange Beach

Buffett is like a fine wine, he is getting better as he ages. He added a few new songs and stated he had a new album coming out shortly, great way to start a new tour. As stated he is just getting better as time moves on. Orange Beach is a great venue and look forward to his shows in AL. Great excuse for a short trip.

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Jimmy at The Wharf

The Wharf Amphitheater - Orange Beach

Awesome show. The Wharf is super for concerts. Will definitely go there again.

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Best Concert Ever!

Bridgestone Arena - Nashville

This was by far the Best Concert I have ever been to! They did an Outstanding Job! They never seemed to tire and kept the audience uplifted the Entire time! So So Good!!!!

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Jimmy Buffett Experience

Bridgestone Arena - Nashville

We attended the concert at Bridgestone in Nashville. The concert was supposed to start at 800 pm, but didn’t start until 8:18. It’s been awhile since I’ve been to a concert there, but I thought the sound was distorted. At times, it was hard to understand what he was singing or saying because the music was louder than him. The quality of the overall sound was not what I had hoped. We will be attending another concert in August, so I hope the sound is better.

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Concert, perfect. Pre-paid parking, major fail.

Bridgestone Arena - Nashville

With so many streets blocked off I was not able to locate and access the pre-paid parking and had to pay (again) to park at an alternate deck. I won’t use that add-on again.

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Always uplifting. Great way to take your mind off the world

Bridgestone Arena - Nashville

Jimmy being Jimmy with great assistance from the Coral Reefers! Bridgestone Arena wasn't well prepared for the concert. Long lines to get in. Slow service. Ran out of wine at the Wine Bar before the concert began.

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Amazing Concert / But Don’t Fall for the Patron Dinner

Bridgestone Arena - Nashville

Jimmy Buffett and family ... nothing but amazing. The 25 minute or so encore “set” was amazing. The dinner in the Patron Club was not worth it. Tables not cleared of dirty dishes; inadequate number of service staff for the full tables; food not re-stocked; slice sirloin advertised was prime rib ... that’s ok, but they cut the slices in half ... really. Both the beef “Chef” and action station “Chef” had crappy attitudes. It is obvious Levy Restaurants is not cutting it by taking care of their team members so they will take care of the guests. Bridgestone get a new catering company!

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Good performance, venue not so good.

Bridgestone Arena - Nashville

Jimmy was good as ever, atmosphere was good. Spoiled only by the tiny seats made for children.

Biography

Whether or not there's a large body of water within 1,000 miles of the stage he's gracing, singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett has built a four-decade-long career on creating and sharing a piece of the beach-bum lifestyle with his fellow "Parrotheads" around the world. Meanwhile, the Mississippi native expanded his tropical-themed empire into the restaurant, tequila, beer and casino businesses, among others, while continuing to tour regularly and to record new music. He released his 29th album in 2013, titled Song from St. Somewhere, and it peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart. Generations of fans still buy tickets in droves to see Buffett and his Coral Reefer Band on tour, and not just to hear him perform songs like "Margaritaville," "Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes," "Come Monday," and "Cheeseburger in Paradise." A Buffett concert is a full-on  participatory experience that often starts with fans -- many decked out in Hawaiian shirts, flip-flops, grass skirts (regardless of gender) or other, often more extravagant, costumes -- tailgating in the parking lot, and moving the party inside for the show. Buffett still plays the jolly ringleader, setting the tone with his often-humorous music, which he's described as "drunken Caribbean rock 'n' roll" and "gulf+Western."