Hersheypark Stadium kicks off its summer concert season on Friday, June 24, with country artist Thomas Rhett, the first of 10 shows at the venue this summer.  

Tickets for all shows are available for purchase while supplies last at www.Ticketmaster.com or Hersheypark Stadium Box Office on event days starting at 12 p.m. 

2022 Hersheypark Stadium Summer Concert Lineup:

June 24: Thomas Rhett on the Bring The Bar To You Tour with Parker McCollum and Conner Smith

July 12: Def Leppard and Motley Crue on The Stadium Tour with Poison and Joan Jett and The Blackhearts

July 30: Pitbull on the Can’t Stop Us Now Tour with Iggy Azalea

Aug. 6: Santana and Earth, Wind & Fire on the Miraculous Supernatural Tour

Aug. 12: Imagine Dragons on the Mercury World Tour with Kings Elliot

Aug. 14: Zac Brown Band on the Out In The Middle Tour with Caroline Jones

Aug. 20: Rod Stewart with Cheap Trick

Aug. 27: Chris Stapleton on the All-American Road Show with Elle King

Aug. 28: Lady Gaga* on The Chromatica Ball Tour

Sept. 24: Five Finger Death Punch


Updated Venue Policies

New for 2022, Hersheypark Stadium recently updated its bag policy to prohibit bags inside the venue that exceed 5”x 8”x 1” for guest safety. Hand clutches, wristlets and small purses are permitted subject to search but may not exceed the size limit. 

Hersheypark Stadium is also cashless and accepts all major credit cards and debit cards. Guests who may not have credit or debit cards can convert cash to prepaid VISA debit cards at two Cash-to-Card kiosks located under the East and West grandstands. There is no fee to load cash onto a card at these kiosks. Please note strolling vendors will remain cash only. 

As in previous years, all Hersheypark Stadium events are rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, event updates will be posted on the Hersheypark Stadium Facebook page (www.Facebook.com/HersheyEntertainment), Hershey Entertainment Twitter page (www.Twitter.com/HersheyEnt) and Hershey Entertainment Instagram page (www.Instagram.com/HersheyEntertainment). 

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