American singer-songwriter-musician John Fogerty just celebrated his 74thbirthday in May. At a time when most individuals put their feet up to watch afternoon television, Fogerty shows no intention of slowing down.
One of the world’s last truly dynamic rock and rollers from the '60s, Fogerty launched a 2019 world tour to celebrate his 50th anniversary performing at Woodstock.
Aptly titled, My 50 Year Trip, the tour travels through Europe and the United States before stopping at Rogers Place on Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Inspired by the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and his iconic hit parade with Credence Clearwater Revival, Fogerty recreates the band’s peak years.
Tapping into the Vietnam War malaise, CCR topped the charts with hits such as Proud Mary, Born on the Bayou, Bad Moon Rising, Green River, Down on the Corner and Who Will Stop the Rain.
My 50 Year Trip will feature a montage of vintage photography, video and personal stories from CCR's festival set as well as songs from Fogerty’s five-decade journey on stage. Fogerty is also showcasing the original Acme guitar and amp used at the Woodstock performance.
Front-of-line tickets go on sale Tuesday, July 9, at 10 a.m. and general public tickets go on sale Friday, July 12, at 10 a.m. Tickets range from $29.95 to $129.95 plus service charges and are available at livenation.com.