Saturday, June 30, 2012

Brad Paisley, Scotty McCreery & TBP perform tonight at Susquehanna Bank Center

Susquehanna Bank Center Information:

The Susquehanna Bank Center is located in Camden, New Jersey, and is quite unique to say the least. This venue consists of both an outdoor amphitheatre and an indoor theater which makes it one of the most versatile venues in the eastern part of the United States. The official name of this venue is the Susquehanna Bank Center. This venue is located on the Delaware River, and is directly across it from the city of Philadelphia. For this reason, many people from both states show up for concerts and other events at this venue on a regular basis. In 1995 this venue opened as the Blockbuster Sony Music Entertainment Center. Then it was called the Tweeter Center for many years. Susquehanna Bank bought the naming rights and they will own these for several more years. The Susquehanna Bank Center is more or less the first venue of its kind because it can host concerts year round thanks to its indoor/outdoor setup. During the summer months the Susquehanna Bank Center can accommodate approximately 25,000 fans. When the cold weather hits this venue can become fully enclosed, and can host more than 1,700 fans in a climate controlled atmosphere. As you can see, no matter what time of the year it is there is usually a concert going on at the Susquehanna Bank Center. If you are going to be visiting this area you should consider getting tickets for a concert at this venue. Many great performers have taken the stage at the Susquehanna Bank Center over the years, and it is safe to say that this is going to hold true for many more to come.

Brad Paisley, The Band Perry & Scotty McCreery

Susquehanna Bank Center

Sat 7:00PM Jun 30 2012


USS New Jersey BB-62 on the Deleware River behind the venue for and
looking at Philly on the other side of the DelawareRiver...Susquehanna Bank Center 2nite in NJ

Morning run picture. Philly across the river:)

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