Live Nation today unveiled Freedom Mortgage Corporation as the new name-in-title sponsor of the Waterfront Music Pavilion, effective immediately. Located in Camden, New Jersey, the newly renamed Freedom Mortgage Pavilion is the popular year-round outdoor-indoor live music destination. The amphitheater, with a capacity of 25,000, is a cultural cornerstone of the area welcoming 560,000 fans to more than 46 events each year.
Freedom Mortgage is one of the largest full-service independent mortgage companies and the top VA and top Federal Housing Administration (FHA) (government-insured loans assisting those with low down payments) lender in the country.
“We know gatherings with music are uplifting and can inspire us to continue to move forward,” said Stanley C. Middleman, president and CEO of Freedom Mortgage. “We are so proud to put the Freedom Mortgage name on such an iconic venue that provides so much joy for many, near and far.”
The Freedom Mortgage Pavilion will reopen for the 2022 summer concert season with the 92.5 XTU Anniversary Concert featuring Tim McGraw on May 20, and the MMR*B*Q featuring Disturbed, Royal Blood, Pretty Reckless, Living Colour, and more on May 21.
“People are returning to shows in record numbers excited to make up for lost time,” said Andy Peikon, Live Nation’s SVP, Head of Venue Sales. “Live music events are unforgettable moments, and the Freedom Mortgage Pavilion will play a key role in those lasting memories for fans.”
Currently announced performers on the 2022 Freedom Mortgage Pavilion show schedule include:
The 92.5 XTU Anniversary Show featuring Tim McGraw (May 20), MMR*B*Q featuring Disturbed, Royal Blood, Pretty Reckless, Living Colour, and Low Cut
Connie (May 21), Brad Paisley (June 3), The Lumineers (June 4), Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town (June 11), Train (June 14), Doobie Brothers (June 23), Jack Johnson (June 25), Machine Gun Kelly (June 26), The Chicks (July 13), Backstreet Boys (July 14), Dave Matthews Band (July 15 & 16), Chris Brown and Lil Baby (July 17), Rob Zombie and Mudvayne (July 29), The Black Keys (July 30), Keith Urban (July 31), Pitbull (August 2), Incubus with Sublime with ROME (August 5), Kidz Bop (August 6), Alice In Chains and Breaking Benjamin (August 11), MGK Big Gig featuring Styx and REO Speedwagon with Loverboy (August 13), Wiz Khalifa and Logic (August 14), Imagine Dragons (August 16), Santana and Earth, Wind & Fire (August 18), Zac Brown Band (August 26), KoRn with Evanescence (August 27), Wu-Tang Clan and Nas (September 8), Shinedown (September 11), Pearl Jam (September 14), Five Finger Death Punch (September 15), Xponential Festival Featuring War On Drugs with Patty Smith (September 16) and Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats (September 17), and Outlaw Music Festival featuring Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton, Zach Bryan (September 23), and Arcade Fire (November 1).