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BUCKETHEAD Will Play A Concert In A Cave This July


Legendary and eccentric guitarist Buckethead, known for his mind-melting shredding and… well, the KFC bucket on his head, is coming to the spotlight with a truly unique concert experience. This summer, Buckethead will take his talents underground for a performance at The Caverns, a natural amphitheater nestled within a Tennessee cave, on Friday, July 26.

The Caverns — located in the city of Pelham, between Nashville and Chattanooga — can hold up to 1,200 music lovers, ensuring a close-up encounter with Buckethead‘s phenomenal guitar skills. Pelham has only 334 residents, so definitely this is an off-the-grid location.

The venue pre-sale begins this Thursday, March 21 at 10 a.m. CT, and in order to get an access code, you must register here. Tickets, on-site camping passe, yurts, and other upgrades will go on sale to the general public this Friday, March 22 at 10 a.m. CT, at this location.

This concert marks a rare chance to see Buckethead live. The notoriously private musician, who communicates through a hand puppet, has carved out a successful solo career since his departure from Guns N’ Roses in the early 2000s, quite literally releasing hundreds of records in the process.

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