Photos: Crowd packs Sweetland Amphitheatre for Sunday concert
Published 12:00 am Monday, May 30, 2016
A panoramic view from the lawn at Sweetland Amphitheatre on Sunday.
People congregate on the lawn area next to the Boyd Park pavilion during Sunday’s concert.
The crowd at Sweetland Amphitheatre claps along to the music of Cam on Sunday.
Attendees pack Sweetland Amphitheatre for Sunday’s concert, headlined by Willie Nelson.
People sit on the lawn for the show at Sweetland Amphitheatre on Sunday.
Attendees congregate around tents and concessions at the amphitheater.
A view of the Boyd Park pavilion and lawn area from West Bacon Street.
A panoramic view from the stage at Sweetland Amphitheatre on Sunday.
A drone from LaGrange-based GPS Studios, piloted by David Arnold, gets a view from above at the amphitheater on Sunday.
Country musician Cam entertains the crowd prior to Willie Nelson on Sunday at Sweetland Amphitheatre.
LaGRANGE — Sweetland Amphitheatre at Boyd Park was packed Sunday for the big Summer Concert Series show headlined by Willie Nelson.
The program kicked off with a patriotic presentation and Memorial Day recognition, along with recognitions of the family of the late Jim and Annette Boyd, for whom the park is named.
American Aquarium opened the show with country musician Cam taking the stage before main act Willie Nelson and Family.
Note: Photographers were informed at the venue Sunday they were not allowed to take pictures of Nelson’s performance.