St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater 2023 Summer Lineup Includes Phish, Counting Crows, Shania Twain And Many More

St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater in Syracuse has revealed its 2023 Summer Concert lineup. Among the various artists performing at the venue are Chris Stapleton, Counting Crows, Shania Twain, and Phish

This summer’s lineup features over 20 headlining acts, from a wide range of genres and musical eras. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater has a 17,500-person capacity and has been hosting concerts since 2015, originally under the name Lakeview Amphitheater.

People wait in a line next to a blue sign that reads "Welcome to Lakeview Amphitheater".

St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater Lineup

June 8- Chris Stapleton

Born and raised in Kentucky, Chris Stapleton has earned himself numerous accolades en route to becoming one of the biggest names in country music. The eight-time Grammy winner has captivated listeners since his 2015 debut album Traveller with a blend of traditional country, American rock, and soulful lyrics. In addition to his work as a solo artist, Stapleton has helped to write numerous songs including Adele’s “If It Hadn’t Been for Love”, “Never Wanted Nothing More” by Kenny Chesney, and Darius Rucker’s “Come Back Song”.

Christ Stapleton plays the guitar with a long beard and cowboy hat at a concert.

June 15- Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan is a country music singer-songwriter and television personality. After moving to Nashville, Tennessee in 2001 the Georgia native quickly became a prominent songwriter.  In 2007 Bryan released his hit-single single “All My Friends Say” to go along with his debut album I’ll Stay Me. He has earned over 50 major music awards an featured as a judge on American Idol since 2018. 

Luke Bryan strums his guitar on stage during a concert.

July 1- Counting Crows

Counting Crows are an American rock band that rose to prominence during the 1990s. The group’s 1993 album August and Everything After sold over seven million copies and featured hits like “Mr. Jones” and “Round Here”. Billboard ranked the band 8th in its list of the Greatest of All Time Adult Alternative Artists.

 July 8- Shania Twain

Shania Twain is a country music artist, known as the “Queen of Country Pop”. Twain is widely regarded as one of the most popular country music artists of all-time, selling over 100 million records. After four commercially successful albums, the Canadian released her Greatest Hits in 2004, which went quadruple platinum. She was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2022.  

Shania Twain sits atop a horse with the earth as her background and the words "Shania Twain Queen of Me Tour" overlaid on the image.

July 23- Phish

Phish is one of the most well-known and noteworthy American jam bands. Originally created by four students on the campus of the University of Vermont, the group cultivated an intensely loyal fanbase during the late 1980s into the 90s. Phish is known for its live improvisation, fusing together sounds of rock, funk, bluegrass, and jazz, with drummer Jon Fishman hailing from Syracuse.

Phish singer Trey Anastasio plays the guitar and sings into a microphone during a live performance.

July 29- Matchbox Twenty

Matchbox Twenty is a Grammy-nominated alternative rock band formed during the 1990s. The band’s debut album Yourself or Someone Like you has sold over 15 million copies, earning it diamond status. In 2004 the group was awarded the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Musical Group. 

Rob Thomas, the lead singer of Matchbox Twenty plays the guitar on stage during a show.

Aug. 12- Disturbed

Created in Chicago, Illinois, Disturbed is a chart-topping heavy metal band. The group has found large-scale success since its inception in 1994, with five consecutive albums reaching the Billboard 200. In 2017 the band received the iHeartradio Music Award for Rock Artist of the Year. Disturbed released their most recent album titled Divisive in 2022, featuring the hit song “Hey You”. 

Members of the band Disturbed pose on stage as the crowd behind them cheers.

Aug. 16- The Goo Goo Dolls 

The Goo Goo Dolls are an American rock group founded in Buffalo. The outfit began to garner attention in the 1990s and early 2000s thanks to albums like A Boy Named Goo and Dizzy up the Girl. The latter features the song “Iris” which spent close to a year on the Billboard charts. The track was named as the top pop song from 1992-2012 by Billboard. 

The Goo Goo Dolls perform on blue-lit and smoky stage.

Sep. 2- Foreigner 

Foreigner is a rock band whose popularity stretches back into the late 1970s. The band helped to define the genre of arena rock thanks to tracks like “I Want to Know What Love is” and “Cold as Ice”. The band boasts an impressive roster of 10 multi-platinum albums and has exceeded over 80 million album sales. 

Foreigner lead singer Kelly Hansen sings into a microphone during a live show wearing a graphic t-shirt, a vest, and a long scarf.

Also Performing This Summer

June 30- Falling In Reverse & Ice Nine Kills 

July 16- Kidz Bop Live

Aug. 1- Mudvayne

Aug. 3- Godsmack & Staind 

Aug. 8- Pantera

Aug. 11- Zac Brown Band

Aug. 17- Yellowcard

Aug. 18- Ghost & Amon Amarth

Aug. 19- Parker Mccollum 

Aug. 24- Pentatonix & Lauren Alaina 

Aug. 25- Sam Hunt 

Sep. 1- Noah Kahan 

Sep.  13- Shinedown

More information on the St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater’s 2022 summer concert lineup and links to purchase tickets can be found here.

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