Four concerts in one week make history at Ohio Stadium


When Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks take the stage at Ohio Stadium on Saturday, they will usher in a landmark event in the venue's century-long history.

World-renowned Rock and Roll Hall of Famers join metal masters Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe as well as country star Morgan Wallen for an unprecedented performance of four concerts in one week at the stadium, affectionately known as 'The Shoe' The name has been given.

Dave Redelberger, director of communications and interactive marketing for Columbus Arena Sports, said, "This is the first time in the 101-year history of the shoe

That so many shows have been organized one after the other." & Entertainment.

"This is one of our most anticipated races. Starting Saturday, we've been jumping on a rollercoaster of sorts."

Redelberger said, along with the Buckeye Country Superfest, which drew a record 63,500 fans to the 'Shoe in May,

The impressive number of big-name shows this year is a sign of a strong return to concert following the pandemic.

"When you look at the history of the stadium over the years, it's amazing

That we live in a city whose building is of such historical importance.