Corey Smith by KB

Corey Smith will once again rock the AMP this Labor Day.

Just weeks before he sets off across the country on his solo acoustic tour of eight U.S. cities in 11 days, Corey Smith will help Lake Martin bid farewell to summer. The native Southern country music phenom returns to the Lake Martin Amphitheater stage on Sunday, Sept. 1, to headline the last big blowout concert of the year. Willy and the G Strings and The Bank Walkers start the party that will long be remembered as the perfect end to a perfect summer.

Tickets are $20 and can be purhcased onine at

Gates at the AMP open at 5 p.m., and Willy and the G Strings take the stage at 6 p.m. Willy and the G Strings, an Auburn band with Lake Martin roots, will turn up the heat and take a hard look at rock. Mid-show, The Bank Walkers will take the stage. This popular local band of five musicians, who all hold fulltime professional jobs on the side, will carry the evening with Classic and Southern rock favorites. And when evening falls, Georgia native Corey Smith will close out the summer on the grassy hillside at Lake Martin.

Smith has forged a strong connection with his loyal fans, releasing 10 albums of his own writing, including the smooth, time-twisting Twenty-One. What better way to end the summer than to reminisce with great music and great friends under the Lake Martin stars?

Spread a blanket on the cool grass at the AMP; set up lawn chairs and gather friends and family for another great time at Lake Martin’s premier concert venue. Bring the kids and a cooler – but please leave pets at home – and get ready to make another marvelous memory of life at the lake in the summer of 2019.