OVERTIME Returns to the Bud Light Courtyard at the AT&T Center

Grammy Award-Winning The Charlie Daniels Band Set to Perform November 3

SAN ANTONIO (October 9, 2012) – The party continues at the AT&T Center with the return of OVERTIME following the conclusion of select Spurs games this season.  Beginning with the home opener on Nov. 1 against the Oklahoma City Thunder, fans can enjoy live music, drink specials and entertainment at the Bud Light Courtyard following every Thursday, Friday and Saturday games at the AT&T Center. 

The legendary Charlie Daniels Band, perhaps best known for their Grammy Award-winning hit “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” will take the stage on Saturday, Nov. 3 following the game against the Utah Jazz.  
Charlie Daniels is known for his contributions to country and southern rock music and was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2008.  Daniels and The CDB have also earned awards from the Gospel Music Association, the Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music.

The Spazmatics, a new wave 80’s cover band from Austin, will perform on opening night following the game vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday, Nov. 1.

OVERTIME is a great way for fans to socialize and have fun following the final buzzer. A stage crafted exclusively for postgame parties with a Texas-sized (16 x 9 foot) outdoor LED board make the Bud Light Courtyard and OVERTIME the place to be following Spurs home games. 

Check out Spurs.com for an up-to-date entertainment list posted at the beginning of every month. Below is a list of the bands headlining OVERTIME for the first six weeks of the season.

Thursday, Nov. 1 The Spazmatics vs. Oklahoma City Thunder
Saturday, Nov. 3 The Charlie Daniels Band vs. Utah Jazz
Thursday, Nov. 15 Finding Friday vs. New York Knicks
Saturday, Nov. 17 Radiostar vs. Denver Nuggets
Saturday, Dec. 1 Rat Ranch vs. Memphis Grizzlies
Friday, Dec. 7 The Klocks vs. Houston Rockets


Individual tickets for Spurs games start at $10, and admission to the OVERTIME is FREE with a game ticket.