Coral Sky Amphitheatre (formally the Cruzan) has its summer 2015 concert schedule in place, and boy does it look jamming!
The top outdoor venue in Palm Beach County, situated at the South Florida Fairgrounds, looks to welcome a record number of concert-goers this season, as the schedulers have done a great job booking a ton of top acts across multiple genres.
Take a look at the summer 2015 lineup to make your concert plans.
Dave Matthews Band will jam for two nights under the stars at Coral Sky Amphitheatre — Photo courtesy of Coral Sky Amphitheatre
Def Leppard - Thursday, June 25
English rockers Def Leppard will look to pour some sugar on West Palm Beach fans, as their national tour (with over 50 dates) makes a stop at Coral Sky.
They'll be joined by Styx, who will open for them.
Dierks Bentley - Friday, July 3
Country concerts tend to fill up in South Florida, so be sure to secure your tickets early for this pre-Independence Day spectacle.
Dierks' 2014 Riser Tour was a huge success, with critics lighting up reviews with praise. Look for this Sounds of Summer tour to best last year's.
Vans Warped Tour - Saturday, July 4
Looking for something to do this Independence Day? Why not spend it rocking out with Simple Plan, Senses Fail, Silverstein and a trove of others taking the stage during a full day of head banging.
Rascal Flatts - Saturday, July 11
Rascal Flatts is the second country act scheduled this summer, and they're a regular on the West Palm Beach summer schedule.
Like mentioned with Dierks Bentley, seats will go very quickly. If you don't mind sitting lawn, less urgency is required.
Kid Rock - Thursday, July 16
It seems like just yesterday that Kid Rock emerged as Detroit's hardest rocking bad boy. Twenty-five million album sales later, he's still tearing up concert venues across the county.
Kid Rock has a deal with Wal-Mart, where if you buy at one of its stores, tickets only run $20 and include parking.
Slipknot - Friday, July 24
Here's another chance to get wild with some hardcore rockers. Slipknot really takes it to the next level with their live performances. It's probably best to get lawn seats for this one.
Dave Matthews Band - Friday, July 31, and Saturday, Aug. 1
Dave Matthews Band lowered their workload this summer, cutting dates at some cities where they almost always play two.
That's not the case for West Palm, who still gets to enjoy the sweet jamming of Dave, Stefan, Boyd and Carter on back-to-back nights.
Toby Keith - Sunday, Aug. 2
Country mega-star Toby Keith rolls into West Palm to start August, in support of his new 2015 release 35 MPH Town. Tailgating for this one will be fun.
Steely Dan with Elvis Costello - Wednesday, Aug. 12
Jazz-rocker Steely Dan will play hits across its four-decade-long catalog. Elvis Costello offers a great complement, and he's a headliner in his own right.
Incubus / Deftones - Friday, Aug. 15
Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd will showcase some new material as well as play the hit tracks from their post-grunge records of the '90s.
J. Cole - Tuesday, Aug. 18
Up and coming J. Cole is the only rapper on this summer's slate. His shows have already drawn rave reviews.
Tim McGraw - Friday, Aug. 21
August wraps up with Tim McGraw singing crowd-pleasers under the stars.