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Jiffy Lube Live was formerly the Nissan Pavilion, this made-for-purpose concert venue is hugely popular with audiences for live gigs and public events. It was originally developed by Cellar Door Productions, and first opened in 1995. The headline act then was The Village People, with every summer seeing a line-up of well-known performers.
Designed to offer the best live entertainment experience, the Jiffy Lube Live amphitheater in Bristow provides the opportunity for artists to make a big splash, without disturbing local residents. It’s amply provided with parking, together with all the facilities required for your convenience. Jiffy Lube Live is a place where you’ll have great seats, access to food and drinks, a clean place to wash up and access for the less abled.
You can go to Jiffy Lube Live for concerts in a great range of music genres, from world-famous artists to up-and-coming bands. You can also catch a wide variety of other events at the Jiffy Lube Live amphitheater, including political rallies, fundraisers and high school graduations. This premier live venue has also hosted some of the district’s major festivals, such as Mayhem Festival, Ozzfest and Farm Aid. Fans of the Dave Matthews Band will know that the Jiffy Lube Live amphitheater is where their saxophonist, LeRoi Moore, had his final performance.
In 2010, the Nissan Pavilion was renamed, after a business agreement was concluded between Jiffy Lube and the current owners, Live Nation. Featuring big names like Janet Jackson, Depeche Mode and Jimmy Buffet, the Jiffy Lube Live amphitheater has also hosted hard rock icons such as Ozzy Osbourne, Iron Maiden, Green Day and Megadeth.
The Jiffy Lube Live amphitheater offers seating for well over 25,000 people. This is split into 10,000+ reserved seats and around 15,000 places on the lawn. If you choose one of the reserved seats, you’ll be sitting in a covered area close to the stage. The less expensive lawn seats are for general admission, situated on a grassy slope where you’ll be seated in a natural tier. You’ll get a good view of what’s happening from wherever you sit, as you have huge video screens flanking the stage. The acoustics are designed to fill the huge stadium, so you’ll have excellent sound quality throughout.
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