Summer officially ends on Thursday September 21st! Time to squeeze in as many concerts as possible and you have three opportunities between now and the first day of Fall. Take a look at the updated concert calendar for the rest of the year below. But first let's get to tonight at Saratoga Performing Arts Center!

Wednesday September 14th, it's Shinedown and their Planet Zero World Tour at SPAC! This band will give you a taste of their entire career going back to their first album in 2003. If you plan on attending tonight's show, here's what to know before you go!

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Whether it has been a couple of years or a couple of weeks since you attended your latest concert, each show seems to have unique guidelines, rules and timeline. If you are heading to SPAC this evening we want to make sure you have the info needed to plan ahead.

The weather in Saratoga looks to be mostly clear skies with temperatures in the mid-60's during the show.

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Here is the timeline for the Shinedown show, according to the SPAC website.

  • 12:00 Noon - Box Office open
  • 4PM - Parking Lots open
  • 5:30PM - Gates to venue open
  • 7PM - John Harvie
  • 7:45PM - Jelly Roll
  • 8:30PM - Box Office Closes
  • 9:00PM - Shinedown
  • 11:00 - Show is over

There is a Clear Bag Policy for tonight's show at SPAC. The venue allows clear plastic, vinyl or PVC tote bags no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” and/or small clutch bags (4.5”x 6.5”). No other bags of any type will be allowed.

Here are a few other items to keep in mind tonight at SPAC.

  • No COVID restrictions
  • This is a CASHLESS venue. Be sure to have a credit or debit card.
  • For a complete list of Do's and Don'ts, click HERE

2022 Capital Region Concert Calendar

Updated regularly so keep checking back!

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The early 2000s brought a wealth of upstart hard rock bands that would come to impact radio over the next decade-plus. One of those acts to truly dominate the airwave was Florida rockers Shinedown.

The band enjoyed a slow-building success off their debut disc Leave a Whisper, built upon their audience with Us and Them, endured a lineup change and came out bigger than ever with The Sound of Madness and continue to be one of the biggest rock bands going with such albums as Amaryllis and Threat to Survival. But which of these albums ranks as their best work?

Join us below as we scroll through Shinedown's studio album output and rank their discs from weakest to strongest.

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