The Pat Garrett Amphitheater is located at the foothills of the blue mountains of Pennsylvania. This rustic yet world class amphitheater is home to country legend Pat Garrett who built the amphitheater 1994 to bring top notch country acts to the greater Berks County area. From 1994 until 2005 Pat Garrett Amphitheater hosted country greats such as Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Charlie Daniels, Billy Ray Cirrus and many, many more. It is also home to Super star Taylor Swift who got her start playing for big crowds at the Pat Garrett Amphitheater. In 2005 Pat Garrett stop putting on shows to pursue other ventures. The amphitheater sat empty for ten years. In 2015 Flagship Music Productions gained exclusive booking rights to the facility and have plans in the works bring back nationally touring acts to the amphitheater. As well as local music, food fairs, community functions, agricultural events, and much more.
Conveniently located at Exit 19 off of route I-78, in northern Berks County, The Pat Garrett Amphitheater is an easy destination from all
over Eastern and Central Pa, New York and Northern New Jersey. Great open and secure parking areas, beautifully maintained grass and lawn
all set on the backdrop of the Blue Mountains.