Oak Mountain Amphitheatre

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Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
Former namesVerizon Wireless Music Center
Address1000 Amphitheatre Drive
Location Pelham, Alabama
Coordinates 33°19′53.25″N86°47′04.60″W / 33.3314583°N 86.7846111°W / 33.3314583; -86.7846111 Coordinates: 33°19′53.25″N86°47′04.60″W / 33.3314583°N 86.7846111°W / 33.3314583; -86.7846111
Owner Live Nation
OperatorLive Nation
TypeAmphitheatre
Capacity 10,500
Website
livenation.com

Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, formerly known as the Verizon Wireless Music Center, is an outdoor amphitheater, owned by Live Nation, located in Pelham, Alabama, USA, a few miles south of Birmingham. It is the largest outdoor music venue in Alabama.[ citation needed ]

It is unusual in that it features three tiers of reserved seating, with no general admission seating area.

John Mayer performed and recorded his show here, on September 12, 2002, which was later released as a CD/DVD, titled Any Given Thursday .

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