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concerts

After the rodeo each night, head down to the arena for

National Entertainment on the Jack Daniels Stage. Then, head over to the Bud Light Stockyard for the after-party each night when the stage shuts down. 

Concert tickets are included in every rodeo ticket!

 

See the lineup below!

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ian munsick

Wed, Sept 6

A native son of Wyoming, Ian Munsick is painting a stampeding, spirited portrait of the American West with his sophomore album White Buffalo, due April 7. The 18-track album spans unfiltered tales of romance and ranch life, hardworking anthems with honkytonk hooks and mountain-time odes to family, and forever-young fun. It builds upon the spacious, roots-pop beauty he introduced on his major label debut, Coyote Cry. Over the past three years, Munsick has accumulated nearly 400 MILLION global streams and a host of accolades. The 29-year-old has been named an “Artist to Watch” by Spotify, CMT, Fender, MusicRow, and more. A seasoned entertainer, having grown up tending cattle by day and playing music in a family band each night, Munsick toured recently alongside country music superstars Morgan Wallen and Cody Johnson. Beyond his noteworthy professional accomplishments, he has also become a husband and a father. Now the Warner Music Nashville recording artist and multi-instrumentalist represents his home and its special cast of people like never before. The first release from White Buffalo, the standout duet “Long Live Cowgirls” (with Cody Johnson), hit No. 1 on SiriusXM’s The Highway Hot 30 Countdown and was named one of Amazon Music’s Best Country Songs of 2022. Fans of Ian Munsick will always find an open heart, natural awe, and plainspoken honesty as he rides on… bringing the West to the rest.

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the tank anthony band

Wed, Sept 6

Tank Anthony Band (T.A.B.) The Tank Anthony Band (T.A.B.) produces country music with a soulful sound. Tank Anthony is a Texas native who moved to Iowa Falls to pursue music. After Spending almost 9 years in the United States Marines and 4 years in the United States Army, with 5 Combat tours under his belt, Tank has embraced his new journey as a country music singer / songwriter

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chris janson

thurs, Sept 7

Chris Janson, the proud member of the Grand Ole Opry and multi-platinum songwriter and artist, is part of the country’s new breed. In touch with the lighter side of life with self-penned No. 1s “Fix A Drink,” “Good Vibes,” and the triple-platinum “Buy Me A Boat,” as well as the more thoughtful truths of “Done,” “Things You Can’t Live Without,” and the CMA Song of the Year nominee and ACM Video of the Year “Drunk Girl.” Both “Boat” and “Girl” were named to the Nashville Songwriters Association International’s prestigious “Songs I Wish I Wish I’d Written” list, which is why artists like Tim McGraw (“Truck Yeah,” “How I’ll Always Be”), Justin Moore (“Off The Beaten Path”), Cody Johnson (“Let’s Build A Fire”), and the iconic Hank Williams Jr. (“God Fearin’ Man,” “Those Days Are Gone”) reach for Janson’s songs for their own projects. Beyond his artistry are his live shows, where all that heart-on-the-four-wheeler songwriting meets the fans where they come to rock. Rolling Stone proclaimed him “a live legacy in the making,” Janson is a frequent presence at the nation’s most prominent country festivals, tours, and unexpected sit-ins. For a man known for his outdoor lifestyle and collaborations with Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s, making music from his own life has established the harmonica-forward multi-instrumentalist as the go-to guy for young country for the last decade.

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NATU BAND

thurs, Sept 7

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alabama

fri, Sept 8

It’s the kind of story you read about in books and watch on the big screen at the movies. For the band ALABAMA, it’s not just a story; it’s their life. It is a classic American tale of rags to riches, from humble beginnings picking cotton in the fields to international stars that went on to sell 73 million albums while changing the face and sound of country music.

It's been over 40 years since Randy, Jeff, and Teddy left Fort Payne, Alabama's cotton farms to spend the summer playing in a Myrtle Beach, South Carolina bar called The Bowery. Having grown up working in the fields, the cousins were no strangers to

hard work. They didn’t flinch when it took six long years of working for tips and living hand-to-mouth playing in the bar.

Of the early days and their humble beginnings, Jeff says, "I don't think we thought too far ahead. We were more concerned with paying our bills at the end of the week and playing music."

Finally, word of mouth earned the major label deal they'd been dreaming of. In 1980 the band broke through with their first Top 20 hit “My Home’s In Alabama.”

ALABAMA is the band that changed everything. They brought country music to the mainstream and from side stage to the main stage. ALABAMA introduced rock style guitars, lights, pyrotechnics and sounds to the country audience.

"We were renegades in sneakers and T-shirts," says Teddy. "We had long hair and played loud and some of the country folks resisted us for a while. But then of course they did accept us and then after that, our success made it lots easier for other bands to try it in country music," concluded Gentry. Bands benefitting from that breakthrough include Zac Brown Band, Florida Georgia Line and Eli Young Band.

They have also inspired many of today’s brightest country stars including Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan as well as pop and rock stars from Ed Sheeran to Jon Bon Jovi.

"I was part of a benefit concert at the Ryman," he says, "and I look over there's Jon Bon Jovi. He walked over and said hello and it turns out he’s a fan of our music."

ALABAMA’s reach goes far beyond their impact on other artists; their music is timeless and can be heard today as a part of every cover band’s set list in nearly every college town in America.

Not long ago, Teddy was witness to a scene that reminds us that their legacy of song remains as fresh as it ever was.

"I was in Nashville," he says, "walking by this club full of young people--I'm talking 18 or 20. The band started playing 'Dixieland Delight' and everybody in the place started singing and sang all the way through. I had to smile at the longevity of the songs. Half the crowd at our shows is young people, under 25 years old. So I think that's a tribute to the fact that we spent a career putting out good songs that stand the test of time."

While their music continues to stand the test of time, their numbers and stats are beyond compare. The and has sold over 80 million albums. They have charted 43 #1 singles including 21 #1 singles in a row, a record that will likely never be surpassed in any genre. They have won over 178 CMA Awards, Grammy Awards, ACM Awards and counting. They’ve earned 21 Gold ®, Platinum ® and Multi-Platinum ® albums and were named the RIAA's Country Group of the Century. They are members of the Country Music Hall of Fame and have a start on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. They are also world-class philanthropists who have raised over 250 Million dollars for charity.

The band continues to perform to legions of loyal fans, selling out venues night after night. They were honored with the ACM Career Achievement Award at the Ryman Auditorium in the Fall of 2015 and were named “Album Of The Year” at the 2015 Dove Awards for ANGELS AMONG US” HYMNS & GOSPEL FAVORITES.

ALABAMA continues to thrill fans as their 50th Anniversary Tour Rolls throughout 2019 in the US and Canada. ALABAMA is and always will be the greatest country band in American history.

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STUMPTOWN

fri, Sept 8

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riley green

sat, Sept 9

Rolling Stone hailed his musical perspective as “Drinks-in-the-air Nineties Country at an Alabama vs. Auburn tailgate,” That is just the type of energy fans have come to expect from Riley Green. Raised on the sounds of traditional Country, Bluegrass, and Southern Gospel music, the Jacksonville, AL native learned the spirit of songwriting and performing at a young age while spending time with his grandfather, Bufford Green, who ran the Golden Saw Music Hall. That stage laid a foundation for the songs Riley would craft in the years to come, and values learned from another generation. He fittingly shares co-writing credits posthumously alongside his two grandfathers on the PLATINUM-certified "I Wish Grandpas Never Died,” which People praised “might take him to a whole new stratosphere.” Evident on his debut album Different ‘Round Here (BMLG Records), featuring the PLATINUM-certified hit No. 1 “There Was This Girl,” MusicRow noted his “great Country vocal, honest presentation and true-to-life lyrics.” Riley’s Behind the Bar collection with GOLD-certified “If It Wasn’t For Trucks” and We Out Here: Live followed as the 2020 ACM Awards New Male Artist of the Year has “brought Country back to its roots: the blue-collar sounds for the working man, by the working man” (Whiskey Riff). As eager fans await Riley’s next project, his collaboration with Thomas Rhett on "Half Of Me" earned Riley his second No. 1 at Country radio as he continues to deliver tracks directly to his loyal following with the recent release of “Hell Of A Way To Go,” “Miles On Main” and “I Hope She’s Drinking Tonight.” Named a CMT “Listen Up Artist,” Riley was also voted as one of the CRS 2020 New Faces and earned MusicRow’s Breakout Artist of the Year. In addition to his headline dates, Riley joined Luke Bryan on his Raise Up Right Tour this past summer and will join the Luke Combs World Tour beginning in March. He has previously hit the road with Jason Aldean, Brad Paisley, Jon Pardi and Dierks Bentley. For upcoming tour dates and more, visit RileyGreenMusic.com.

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stumptown

sat, Sept 9

music histoy

national music history

2022

Aaron Watson

Flo Rida

Jordan Davis

Trace Adkins

2019

Michael Ray

Tracy Lawrence

Justin Moore

2016

Granger Smith

Tyler Farr

Frankie Ballard

2013

Little Big Town

Rodney Atkins

2010

Travis Tritt

Jake Owen

2007

Joe Nichols

Restless Heart

2004

Gary Allan

Buddy Jewell

Dierks Bentley

2001

Toby Keith

Chris Cagle

1998

Neal McCoy

David Kersch

1995

Toby Keith

Doug Supernaw

1992

John Anderson

Eddie Raven

Joe Diffie

1989

Mickey Gilley

1986

Red Steagall

Helen Cornelius

Ed Bruce

2021

Nelly

Tyler Rich

Craig Morgan

Cole Swindell

2018

Jake McVey

Randy Houser

Jake Owen

2015

Chase Rice

Brett Eldredge

2012

Chris Young

Billy Currington

2009

Blake Shelton

Bad Company

2006

Miranda Lambert

Blake Shelton

2003

Montgomery Gentry

2003 Honky Tonk Party Tour

2000

Kenny Chesney

Brad Paisley

1997

Bryan White

Chris LeDoux

1994

Little Texas

Boy Howdy

1991

Gene Watson

Mark Chesnutt

Holly Dunn

1988

Jerry Reed

1985

Sawyer Brown

Rex Allen Jr.

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

2020

Canceled

due to

Global

Pandemic

2017

Cody Johnson

Smash Mouth

Jon Pardi

2014

Lee Brice

Easton Corbin

2011

Luke Bryan

Casey Donahew Band

2008

Jason Aldean

38 Special

Cross Canadian Ragweed

2005

Charlie Daniels Band

Josh Gracin

2002

Lonestar

Steve Holy

1999

Clay Walker

Ty Herndon

1996

Tracy Byrd

David Lee Murphy

1993

Neal McCoy

Highway 101

Collin Raye

1990

Mel McDaniel

Becky Hobbs

1987

John Schneider

Sweethearts of the Rodeo

1984

Reba McEntire

1983

Moe Bandy

1980

Bill Anderson

1977

Red Steagall

1974

Judy Lynn

1971

Jimmy Dean

1968

Ken Curtis

(Festus, Gunsmoke)

1965

Doc and Festus

(Gunsmoke)

1962

Clu Gulager

1959

Dale Robertson

1956

Johnny Mack Brown

1953

Hendricks Brothers

1950

Leo Carrillo

1982

Ronnie McDowell

1979

Jeannie C. Riley

1976

Billy Walke

1973

Tanya Tucker

1970

Ken Curtis

(Festus, Gunsmoke)

1967

Robert Conrad

(Jim West, Wild Wild West)

1964

Michael Landon

1961

Robert Horton

1958

Rex Allen and Koko

1955

Rin-Tin-Tin

1952

Roy Rogers

Liberty Horses

1949

Gene Autry

1981

Jim Ed Brown

1978

Sonny James

1975

Jody Miller

1972

Tommy Cash

1969

Doug McClure

(Trampas)

1966

Fess Parker

1963

Chuck Connors

1960

Rex Allen

1957

Gene Autry and Annie Oakley

1954

Range Rider and Dick West

1951

Ray Whitley

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