One of NJ’s Largest Music Venues Changes Name and Keeps Lineup
It started (in 1995) as Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Center. Then it became the Tweeter Center. Then the Susquehanna Bank Center. Then the BB&T pavilion. Then the credits Waterfront Music Pavilion.
Camden Amphitheater now bears its sixth name: Freedom Mortgage Amphitheatre.
According to Philly Voice (as reported on NJ.com), the mortgage company has signed a multi-year naming rights deal for one of the state’s major music venues.
The name change will not affect the busy summer lineup previously announced. The Freedom Mortgage Amphitheater will host acts as diverse as:
Country stars like Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban and the Zac Brown Band.
Classic rock bands like the Doobie Brothers, REO Speedwagon, Styx, Chicago, Santana, and Earth, Wind, and Fire.
Rock acts like Rob Zombie, Mudvayne, Shinedown, Incubus, Alice in Chains, Korn, and Evanescence.
Also reserved are Imagine Dragons, Train, Jewel & Blues Traveler, Jack Johnson, Machine Gun Kelly, the Backstreet Boys and OneRepublic. Additionally, these shows were added: Pitbull & Iggy Azalea, Chris Brown & Lil Baby, and Wiz Khalifa and Logic.
The Dave Mathews Band will headline two nights in July.
In September, the legendary Pearl Jam will play in the amphitheater.
For the most up-to-date concert lineup and to purchase tickets, visit the venue’s website (it has not yet been updated).
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