Doors Open 7PM
Opening Artist: TBA 8:30PM
Headliner: Joe Nichols 10PM
General Admission Advance $30
General Admission Day Of Show $35 Online Or At The Door
Cattlemen’s Lounge $65
VIP Lounge $90
Offers you expedited entry- with first to enter when doors open at 7PM or no wait anytime you arrive. Our VIP Lounge is located side stage with tables & chairs seating for you to enjoy before, during, and after the concert. No assigned seating. Choose your seating when you arrive- first come first serve basis. Enjoy a Buffet before the concert, a private bathroom, VIP hostess & private bar for VIP Guests Only! Watch the concert side stage, on TVs, or work your way around the venue to see the show… Your night, Your choice! Limited Quantities.
** VIP GUESTS ONLY Please use the VIP Line to Enter.
CATTLEMEN’S LOUNGE TICKETS
Enjoy the evening, before and during the concert, in The Cattleman’s Lounge. The open lounge has tables & chairs that are on a first come first serve basis. Seats are not assigned. Includes a buffet of finger foods before the concert, and a private bar exclusively for our Cattlemen Lounge Guests. The lounge is located on the far side of the venue, opposite the stage. You can watch the concert from a distance from the lounge, on our large flat screens or gather at the front of the stage…Your night, Your choice. Limited Quantities
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS
General Admission gets you in the venue to enjoy the concert. The floor area is standing room only with bar stools around the Venue, first come, first serve.
The stage is easily seen from any area in The Stockyard.
Every Ticket will give you a great place to see your favorite Artist!
Joe, Tequlia really does make your clothes fall off! It’s happened to me. True Story 😉
Joe Nichols took the roundabout way to country success, scoring his first major hit six years after landing his initial record deal. A native of Rogers, Arkansas, Nichols grew up watching his father play bass in a local country band. He himself played in a rock band during his teenage years but soon came back to the country, and after high school took a night job as a DJ while supporting himself as a mechanic by day. He met producer Randy Edwards at the latter job, and under Edwards’ guidance, he performed regularly and worked on his songwriting.
His label debut, Man with a Memory, was released in 2002, and its lead single, the ballad “The Impossible,” went to number three on the country charts, also crossing over to the pop Top 30. In the wake of its success, his first album was reissued under the title Six of One, Half Dozen of the Other. Another single from Man with a Memory, “Brokenheartsville,” became his first number one country hit in early 2003, and it helped send the album into the country Top Ten.
The accolades were suddenly flying fast and furious. The Academy of Country Music named Nichols its Top New Male Vocalist, he garnered three Grammy nominations, and Billboard declared “The Impossible” the tenth most-played song in 2003. Nichols and his band toured with Alan Jackson through August of that year and saw the single “She Only Smokes When She Drinks” enjoy similar success on country radio.
In September, the buzz around Nichols continued with a Horizon new artist award nomination from the Country Music Association. His next record, Real Things, hit the shelves in 2007 and focused primarily on tender country ballads with a smattering of uptempo jams. Old Things New followed two years later in 2009. Old Things New was another solid hit for Nichols thanks to the singles “Believers” and “Gimmie That Girl,” and Nichols followed it up in 2011 with It’s All Good. It’s All Good performed respectably — it debuted at 19 on the Billboard country charts — but it didn’t generate a big hit single. After its release, Nichols parted ways with Universal and signed with Red Bow in October 2012. A year later, he returned with the sunny, pop-oriented Crickets. He is known for hits such as “Tequila makes her clothes fall off” and more.