Chris Stapleton in Syracuse: See cheapest tickets


Looking for last-minute Chris Stapleton concert tickets? The country singer will perform at the St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview in Syracuse tonight (Sunday, June 11) at 7 p.m.

The St. Joe’s Amp concert was originally scheduled for Thursday, but was postponed and rescheduled due to air quality concerns after Canadian wildfires smothered Central New York with hazy smoke earlier in the week. The EPA said air quality reached “hazardous” levels (301-500 AQI) in Syracuse on Wednesday, when the decision was made, as multiple outdoor events and activities were canceled.

Tickets purchased for the original date are being honored for the new date. However, Live Nation said fans who are unable to attend Sunday’s show can get refunds until 7 p.m. Sunday (June 11) at your point of purchase.

More than 17,000 tickets were sold for the original date, but hundreds of tickets appear to have been made available (likely due to refunds). As of Sunday morning, more than 500 seats were available under the pavilion through Live Nation ranging in prices from $121.25 to $166 each (including fees), and lawn tickets are also available for $60.95 (including fees).

More tickets are available through resellers. Here are the cheapest prices left (as of 7 a.m. Sunday):

  • Ticketmaster Verified Fan Resale: Starting at $53.54 for lawn, $121.25 for pavilion seats
  • Megaseats: Starting at $58 for lawn, $115 for pavilion seats
  • VividSeats: Starting at $63.86 for lawn, $108.92 for pavilion seats
  • StubHub: Starting at $70 for lawn, $115 for pavilion seats
  • TicketNetwork: Starting at $79.91 for lawn, $158.51 for pavilion seats

Note: All prices listed include fees, but prices are subject to change. Lower prices may even be available closer to the concert start.

The concert will be the first of the 2023 season at St. Joe’s Amp. Fellow country singer Charley Crockett is still scheduled to open for Stapleton, but a previously scheduled opening act, The War and Treaty, appears to have been removed from the new date.

No other concerts at St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview are expected to be affected. Next on the Amp lineup is Luke Bryan on Thursday, June 15; another 20 shows are scheduled at the former Lakeview Amphitheater this summer.

ASM Global, which operates the amphitheater, said fans will not be allowed to bring in their own lawn chairs to concerts that have sold more than 14,000 tickets (a.k.a. sold-out and near-sellout shows) including Stapleton, Shania Twain (July 8), Phish (July 23) and Zac Brown Band (Aug. 11). A limited number of chair rentals are available through Live Nation.

St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview 2023 Concert Schedule in Syracuse, N.Y.

  • June 11: Chris Stapleton (tickets)

  • June 15: Luke Bryan (tickets)
  • June 30: Falling in Reverse with Ice Nine Kills, Slaughter to Prevail, Crown the Empire (tickets)
  • July 1: Counting Crows with Dashboard Confessional (tickets)
  • July 8: Shania Twain with Breland (tickets)
  • July 16: Kidz Bop (tickets)
  • July 23: Phish (tickets)
  • July 29: Matchbox Twenty with Ben Rector (tickets)
  • Aug. 1: Mudvayne with Coal Chamber, Gwar, Nonpoint + Butcher Babies (tickets)
  • Aug. 3: Godsmack and Staind (tickets)
  • Aug. 8: Pantera with Lamb of God (tickets)
  • Aug. 11: Zac Brown Band (tickets)
  • Aug. 12: Disturbed with Breaking Benjamin (tickets)
  • Aug. 16: Goo Goo Dolls with O.A.R. (tickets)
  • Aug. 17: Yellowcard with Mayday Parade, Story of the Year (tickets)
  • Aug. 18: Ghost with Amon Amarth (tickets)
  • Aug. 19: Parker McCollum with Larry Fleet (tickets)
  • Aug. 24: Pentatonix with Lauren Alaina (tickets)
  • Aug. 25: Sam Hunt with Brett Young (tickets)
  • Sept. 1: Noah Kahan with Ruston Kelly (tickets)
  • Sept. 2: Foreigner with Loverboy (tickets)
  • Sept. 13: Shinedown with Papa Roach, Spiritbox (tickets)

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