Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats coming to Walmart AMP

Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats

The summer concert season is right around the corner.

In fact, this year’s season starts in the spring.

Walton Arts Center officials have recently announced a handful of springtime shows at the Walmart AMP, including this week’s news that Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will perform at the venue on Friday, April 22.

The Denver-based band released their third studio album The Future, via Stax Records, last year, and their recently-announced tour in support of the record will bring them to the AMP. The band was last in town performing a free show with Leon Bridges in a field next to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art back in 2018. Devon Gilfillian will open the show.

Tickets to the show go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 18. Prices range from $35-$75 plus fees.

Fast Track for early access to the venue and lawn chair rentals can be added to an order for $10 each. Ticket add-ons will only be delivered by mail. Patrons will receive tickets and vouchers for add-ons within 30 days prior to the show date via the delivery method selected when the order was placed, according to a news release.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.amptickets.com, by calling 479-443-5600, or by visiting the Walmart AMP or Walton Arts Center box offices. In-person sales are available at the AMP Box Office on weekdays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and at the Walton Arts Center Box Office on weekdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

The full schedule of shows for this season (so far) is below.


AMP 2022 Schedule

April 15 – Black Panther in Concert
April 22 – Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats / Devon Gilfillian
April 29 – Tim McGraw / Russell Dickerson
May 8 – Miranda Lambert / Little Big Town
May 14 – Whiskey Myers / Shane Smith and the Saints / Goodbye June
May 21 – for King & Country / Dante Bowe
May 25 – Halsey / beabadoobee / PinkPantheress
May 27 – Cody Jinks
June 8 – CHEER Live / Monica Aldama
June 9 – Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band
June 10 – Steely Dan / Steve Winwood
June 13 – REO Speedwagon / Styx / Loverboy
June 17 – Backstreet Boys
June 21 – Chicago / Brian Wilson / Al Jardine / Blondie Chaplin
June 23 – Fitz and the Tantrums / St. Paul & The Broken Bones
June 24 – Matchbox Twenty / The Wallflowers
June 25 – Cody Johnson
June 29 – ZZ Top
June 30 – Kenny Chesney / Carly Pearce
July 1 – Willie Nelson / Brothers Osborne / Steve Earle / Allison Russell
July 12 – Santana (postponed, date TBA)
July 13 – Maverick City Music / Kirk Franklin / Jonathan McReynolds
July 15 – James Taylor
July 16 – Darius Rucker / Ryan Hurd / Elvie Shane
July 17 – Train / Jewel / Blues Traveler / Thunderstorm Artis
July 21 – Josh Groban / Preservation Hall Jazz Band
July 26 – 5 Seconds of Summer / Pale Waves
July 29 – Chris Stapleton / Elle King / Madeline Edwards
July 30 – Encanto: The Sing-Along Film Concert
Aug. 2 – Big Time Rush
Aug. 4 – Dierks Bentley
Aug. 8 – Wiz Khalifa / Logic / 24kGoldn / DJ DRAMA / C Dot Castro / Fedd the God
Aug. 9 – OneRepublic / NEEDTOBREATHE
Aug. 10 – Halestorm / The Pretty Reckless / The Warning / Lilith Czar
Aug. 16 – Incubus / Sublime with Rome / The Aquadolls (postponed, date TBA)
Aug. 18 – Keith Urban / Ingrid Andress
Aug. 26 – Morgan Wallen / HARDY
Sept. 18 – Goo Goo Dolls / Blue October
Sept. 20 – Alice in Chains / Breaking Benjamin / Bush
Sept. 30 – Koe Wetzel / Aaron Lewis / Kolby Cooper
Oct. 4 – The Chicks / Patty Griffin
Oct. 12 – Five Finger Death Punch / Megadeth / The HU / Fire From the Gods
Oct. 13 – The Black Keys, Band of Horses, The Velveteers