Lincoln Amphitheatre hosting Acoustic James Taylor tribute

LINCOLN CITY — “Walking Man: an intimate James Taylor experience” has been added to the Lincoln Amphitheatre’s 2020 performance series on Saturday, September 26, at 7 p.m. CT. The two-set performance will celebrate the music of five-time Grammy Award winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member James Taylor—an artist whose catalog of music is amongst the best selling of all time.

Tickets are limited to less than one fifth of the venue's seating capacity to ensure extreme social distance is maintained. Tickets are $14.95  and can be purchased for the tribute at Full concessions, including beer and wine, will be available at the September 26 Walking Man performance.  

“Walking Man” will feature Nashville, Tennessee’s Bill Griese as he faithfully recreates the timeless music of James Taylor through soundalike vocals and authentic finger-picking. With one guitar and one voice, Griese works incredibly hard to provide intimate, stripped-down, solo acoustic versions of Taylor’s most well-known songs.

 All Lincoln Amphitheatre 2020 events have abided by and will abide by all current rules and recommendations from the CDC, as well as current guidelines of Governor Holcomb’s “Back on Track” plan for re-opening the state. For additional information about the Governor’s plan, visit On site hand sanitizer will be provided courtesy of a partnership with Battle Monkey, a product of Monkey Hollow Winery & Distillery (

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