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Due to Hurricane Ian this Event has been rescheduled from Oct. 7th to Jan. 6th.

*Current ticket holders do not need to do anything! Your tickets will roll over to the new date.  If you can not make it to the re-scheduled date contact us via email by Oct. 15th for a full refund. [email protected]

Doors Open  7PM

Headliner: Travis Denning 10PM

General Admission Advance $15   

General Admission Day Of Show $20 Online Or At The Door

VIP Lounge $60



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.


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!

Inspiration often springs from an unlikely source, and for Mercury Nashville’s Travis Denning, attending hair-metal icons Mötley Crüe’s show as a kid sparked a musical fire. Honing his musicianship and songwriting chops from that point on, Denning broke into country with a double shot of radio-ready singles – and now he’s tapping raw, live-show magnetism for his debut EP, Beer’s Better Cold, available now.

“I want people to come away thinking ‘Who in the hell was that?’” he says of his first major label package. “And ‘Where can I hear more?’”Signing his record deal at 25, the Top 40 hit “David Ashley Parker From Powder Springs” introduced him as a smirking tunesmith, while “After a Few” showed a darker, sleeker side of his artistic brew – rocketing into country radio’s Top 5.