Alice in Chains

Friday, October 26, 2018, 7:30 p.m. at St. Augustine Amphitheatre

Alt-metal band Alice in Chains will be live on stage at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.

Past the Lighthouse going south, on the left.
1340a A1A South, St. Augustine, FL, 32080
(904) 471-1965
  • Please Note: This event is from 2018.

    The St. Augustine Amphitheatre presents alt-metal group Alice in Chains live in concert on Friday, October 26, 2018, at 7:30 p.m.

    Alice in Chains has won multiple Grammy nominations, sold more than 20 million albums worldwide, and built up a huge and dedicated fanbase over their career. Alice in Chains was one of the Big Four to emerge from Seattle in the 1990s (the other three were Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden).

    Alice in Chains was perhaps the definitive heavy metal band of the early ’90s, influenced equally by Van Halen metal and post-punk gloom. They reached multi-platinum status with their second album, Dirt, in 1992. The band’s eponymous this album was released in 1995, debuting at No. 1 on the American charts. At the turn of the millennium, Columbia Records issued Live, which included selected material from demos, bootlegs, and festival shows along with greatest hits covering 1990, 1993, and 1996.

    From 1996 to 2005, with their founding member and vocalist Layne Staley battling addiction until his death in 2002, Alice in Chains was inactive. They reunited in 2005 for a live benefit show and then toured in 2006 with William DuVall taking over as lead vocalist.

    In 2009, Alice in Chains released the single “Check My Brain,” which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Rock Chart and was called “one of the catchiest songs of Alice in Chains’ history” by Spin Magazine. In the months that followed, the band solidified with DuVall (vocals/guitar), Jerry Cantrell (guitar/vocals), Mike Inez (bass) and Sean Kinney (drums), scoring a second No. 1 hit with “Your Decision.”

    For more information about Alice in Chains and for details about this concert, please visit here.

    Admission: Tickets are $104.00 for General Admission Pit, $104.00 - $74.00 for Level 100, $74.00 - $54.00 for Level 200 and Level 300, and $54.00 for Obstructed View. See seating chart below.

    When: Friday, October 26, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. Gates open at 6:00 p.m.

    Where: St. Augustine Amphitheatre is located at 1340 A1A South in St. Augustine, FL 32080.

    Parking Information: The St. Augustine Amphitheatre is located on Anastasia Island next to Anastasia State Park. Limited paid parking is available in the St. Augustine Amphitheatre Main Lot, but only with advance purchase of a Premium Parking ticket. Free satellite parking areas are located within one mile of the Amphitheatre, at R.B. Hunt Elementary and at Anastasia State Park (see map below).

    Shuttle Information: The St. Augustine Amphitheatre shuttle system begins its run 45 minutes prior to show time. The shuttle will pick up event patrons at four designated shuttle stops: the R.B. Hunt Elementary School Soccer Field, the west entrance of the Anastasia State Park Main Parking Lot, the Loop at the Anastasia State Park, and the entrance of the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. To see the full shuttle route, please see the map below.

    Shuttles will run continuously until approximately 45 minutes after the scheduled start time of a concert. For anyone wanting to leave prior to the end of a show, shuttles will begin taking people back to the satellite parking areas one hour before the event is over. The driver will not depart the Amphitheatre until the shuttle is more than 50% full.

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