Charlotte sky at the open-air Pavilion at EpiCentre on Saturday night,
June 25 as part of the Bud Light Summer Concert Series.
Sugar Ray exploded onto the mainstream in the summer of 1997 with the
single "Fly" from their sophomore album Floored. "Fly" spent four
weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart and pushed Floored to double-
platinum status with over two million albums sold. The band's 1999's
follow-up, 14:59, produced two more top ten hits, "Every Morning" and
"When it's Over" from Sugar Ray's self-titled 2001 album was the
group's fourth top 15 single, peaking at No. 13 on the chart. Sugar
Ray's sixth studio album, Music for Cougars, was released in 2009.
Additional information about Sugar Ray is available online at
SugarRay.com and twitter.com/sugarrayband.
Tickets for Sugar Ray at Pavilion are $20 in advance/$25 the day of
the show and are available online at PavilionAtEpiCentre.com. Doors
open at 5 p.m. and show time is tentatively scheduled for 8 p.m. The
Bud Light Summer Concert Series is presented by Bud Light, KISS 95.1,
K 104.7, Three Olives, 1800, Jack Daniels, Bacardi, Fiji Water and Red
Bull. Pavilion is located atop EpiCentre, 210 E Trade Street in the
heart of uptown Charlotte.
Pavilion at EpiCentre is Charlotte's premier rooftop special event
venue, located in the heart of uptown. With its breathtaking views,
contemporary design and sophisticated Penthouse bar and lounge,
Pavilion at EpiCentre redefines urban, upscale events. Flexible floor
plans, the fully equipped Bud Light Sound Stage and unbeatable
amenities combine to accommodate limitless creativity in event design
for groups of any size.