Proud to partner with Orion Amphitheater
HUNTSVILLE -- The Orion Amphitheater and Huntsville Hospital Health System announce together a multi-year foundational partnership that features Huntsville Hospital Health System as the “Exclusive Healthcare Provider” of Alabama’s newest music destination.
In addition to serving as the presenting partner for all Health & Wellness community programming, the Health System will also present all onsite First Aid locations at the Amphitheater. Huntsville Hospital Health System will have visibility within the venue as well as through official Orion digital and social media platforms.
The partnership will debut at the first concert event at the new Amphitheater, Huntsville Hospital Foundation’s 33rd annual Huntsville Classic featuring Jake Owen on May 7, 2022.
The Orion will host an exciting lineup of world-class performers throughout its inaugural season, including Chris Stapleton, Keith Sweat, Josh Groban, The Black Keys, Earth, Wind and Fire, and more. The destination venue will also feature extensive cultural and community programming, with events such as the Southern Fried Film Festival Opening Night and T-Minus Music Fest benefitting U.S. Space & Rocket Center Education Foundation.
"It is an honor to announce the Huntsville Hospital Health System as our first Foundational Partner for The Orion Amphitheater. With a legacy that spans over 100 years, it is clear the hospital has a long-lasting history that focuses on community needs and engagement,” said Ryan Murphy, General Manager of The Orion Amphitheater and President of Huntsville Venue Group.
“This partnership will not only be a continuation of this legacy, but also a great way to highlight the importance of health and wellness in our overall programming strategy," Murphy added.
Huntsville Hospital Health System has grown to include hospitals in Huntsville, Madison, Athens, Decatur, Sheffield, Moulton, Scottsboro, Guntersville, Boaz and Red Bay with an annual economic impact exceeding $2 billion. The Health System provides more than 2,300 patient beds and 17,000 employees spread across North Alabama. The main campus in Huntsville is the second-largest hospital in Alabama.
“We are thrilled to partner with the Orion Amphitheater as they open their new venue in Huntsville. We think that our organizations are a great match. We’re both community-focused and we both serve people throughout the Tennessee Valley,” said Jeff Samz, CEO of Huntsville Hospital Health System.