The Black Jacket Symphony Returning to Iron City to Perform Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Second Helping”
The Black Jacket Symphony announces its 31st album–Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Second Helping”–will debut at Iron City on Friday, May 20th. One of southern rock’s classic artists, Lynyrd Skynyrd used “Second Helping” to debut the three-guitar attack that became a staple for the band. Tickets are on sale Friday, March 11th at 10am. This show is likely to sell out in advance–get your tickets today by clicking here.
Due to the imminent threat of snow and ice, tonight’s Black Jacket Symphony performance fo “Escape” in Knoxville has been postponed to Saturday, March 19th. The safety of our fans is our primary concern with any decision such as this, and we greatly regret any inconvenience this may cause. All tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date. Refunds available if you cannot attend.
The Dark Side of the Moon Selling Out Across Southeast
The Black Jacket Symphony’s performances of “The Dark Side of the Moon” are selling out across the Southeast. Shows in Bristol, Birmingham, and Huntsville have already sold out with low ticket warnings in other markets. Don’t miss your chance to see this epic recreation–plus a full set of Pink Floyd’s greatest hits!