Dr. Phillips Center Presents

Sammy Hagar & The Circle

May 25–26, 2021 | Frontyard Festival™, Presented by AdventHealth | Mainstage at Seneff Arts Plaza

Sammy Hagar & The Circle

May 25–26, 2021 | Frontyard Festival™, Presented by AdventHealth | Mainstage at Seneff Arts Plaza


Part of our one-of-a-kind Frontyard Festival™—six months of socially distant, live outdoor entertainment and unique experiences, including food and drinks delivered to your box from on-site restaurants.


For the last four decades, Sammy Hagar has been one of rock music's most dynamic and prolific artists. From breaking into the industry with the seminal hard rock band Montrose, to his multiplatinum solo career, to his ride as the front man of Van Halen, Chickenfoot and his latest supergroup The Circle, Hagar has amassed 25 platinum albums on sales surpassing 50 million worldwide. Along his journey, he has set the tone for some of the greatest rock anthems ever written with songs like "I Can't Drive 55," "Right Now," and "Why Can't This Be Love" and earned the highest respect of the music industry with a Grammy Award and induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Hagar is also a dedicated philanthropist, two-time New York Times best-selling author and auspicious entrepreneur.

His debut album with The Circle, Space Between, entered the U.S. Billboard 200 chart at #4 on May10, 2019 and debuted at #1 on four Billboard charts, including #1-Top Album Sales, #1-Top Rock Albums, #1-Hard Rock Albums and #1-Independent Albums. The band toured throughout 2019 in support of the album, earning universal praise from fans and critics alike. The Circle kicked off 2021 with the release of Lockdown 2020, an album collection of their massively popular Lockdown Sessions featuring raw and raucous compact covers of classic hits that they'd jammed to backstage, but never planned to record. Recorded remotely by each band member during the Covid-19 stay-at-homes, the digital music videos which include hits like The Who's "Won‘t Get Fooled Again, ”Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds," AC/DC, "Whole Lotta Rosie" and David Bowie's "Heroes” had already reached an online audience of more than 30 million before the album’s release.



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