Event Info


Fri, Jul. 30th 2021

Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Birmingham, AL

Old Date 07/31/20
New Date 07/30/21

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Oak Mountain Amphitheatre Venue Photo

Venue Information

Oak Mountain Amphitheatre

1000 Amphitheatre Drive

Birmingham, AL 35124

Venue Website

Oak Mountain Amphitheatre Seating Chart

Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
Seating Chart


Parking is convenient in secure, well-lit lots adjacent to the Amphitheatre. Please note that Alabama state law prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages in the parking lots. This law is strictly enforced. Some events offer "Premier Parking". Your Premier Parking space at the head of the parking lot is held until show time. Your space will be close to the front gate regardless of what time you arrive to the Music Center prior to show time. Premier Parking spaces CANNOT BE GUARANTEED if you arrive after show time. Parking lot gates usually open 2-1/2 hours prior to show time, and doors to the facility usually open 1-1/2 hours prior to show time.

Additional Info

Please adhere to published ticket limits. If you exceed the ticket limit, you may have any or all of your orders and tickets canceled without notice. Delivery will be delayed to check for duplicate orders. eTickets are available beginning June 21st, 2021.

ADA Info

The accessible entrance is located near the ticket booth and concessions on either side of venue. Seating located on the concrete area behind sections 200s and 300s.

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About Phish

Phish was founded in 1983 when freshman Trey Anastasio posted flyers around the University of Vermont Campus, looking for musicians to form a band. (Why didn’t he use Craigslist? Unclear). Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon and Jeff Holdsworth answered the flyer and soon Phish was gigging regularly in the Burlington area. The lineup solidified in 1985, when keyboardist Page McConnell joined the group (and persuaded Anastasio and Fishman to join him at nearby Goddard College) and Holdsworth left soon after. After that, it has been a steady climb from Burlington club band to rodeo-clown backing group to regional touring act to bigger clubs, and eventually theatres and arenas worldwide. The band signed with Elektra Entertainment in late 1991 and has sold more than 8 million albums and DVDs in the United States, including fourteen studio albums and a multitude of live shows. In 2006, the band created their own record label, JEMP Records.