When: Thu., July 2, 8 p.m., Fri., July 3, 8 p.m. and Sat., July 4, 8 p.m. 2015
SPONSORED -- Widespread Panic was born in Athens, Georgia 29 years ago. The band is known as a national touring force and continues to hold attendance records at major venues across the country including Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, Oak Mountain Amphitheater in Birmingham, AL and Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA. Their southern rock/jazz fusion sound is a mainstay at many major U.S. festivals, having headlined 10 nights on the main stage at Bonnaroo. Watch performance highlights: http://widespreadpanic.com/videos. “It’s a great recognition of our community that Widespread Panic selected to come to San Antonio, TX and the Majestic Theatre for a three-day residency making this a destination event for their fans over the holiday weekend,” Mike Rilley, General Manager, Majestic and Empire Theatres. For over 15 years Widespread Panic has been dedicated to making their concerts “food drive events.” To date the band's "Feeding People Through Music" endeavor has raised over $96,000 and 12,950+ pounds of food for communities across the country. Volunteers will be on hand at the Majestic Theatre shows taking canned good and monetary donations.