Concerts Coming to Cat Country


Old Dominion is coming to Red Rocks.
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Dwight Yoakam has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide, and he is a 21-time nominated, multiple GRAMMY Award winner. He has 12 gold albums and 9 platinum or multi-platinum albums, with five of those albums topping Billboard’s Country Albums chart and another 14 landing in the Top 10. Nearly 40 of Yoakam’s singles have charted on Billboard, with 14 peaking in the Top 10. 
Koe Wetzel is coming to the Broadmoor World Arena
Whiskey Meyers is coming to Red Rocks
George Strait is hitting the road for SIX arena tours and Denver is one of them!
He’s bringing Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town with him.
Tickets on sale soon – CLICK HERE for more info.
Blues Traveler is coming to Red Rocks
Taylor Swift is coming to Empower Field at Mile High, July 15, 2023
Brantley Gilbert is putting his best foot forward as he prepares to hit the road with one of the top-selling rock acts of all time, Nickelback. 
Named after the band’s first album in five years, the recently announced 2023 Get Rollin’ Tour is set to hit 38 cities throughout the summer. 
With his easygoing, guy next door charm, Luke Bryan became one of the defining figures of bro-country, the strand of party-hearty music that dominated mainstream country in the 2010s. Bryan embodied the sweeter, friendlier side of bro-country. He still sang about trucks, country girls, beer and the outdoors — the prevalent themes of his subgenre — and he did it to a big, bright beat that borrowed from pop and rock but conveyed 21st country: a music made for suburbs and sports bars, not backwoods honk tonks. All these elements were in place on Bryan’s earliest hits “All My Friends Say,” “Rain Is a Good Thing,” and “Country Girl (Shake It for Me),” but as he began a steady string of Billboard Country Airplay hits in the early 2010s, he emphasized his sentimental side, evident on such slower-burners as “Drink a Beer” and “Play It Again,” while underscoring his inviting nature with such songs as “Most People Are Good.” Bryan’s good nature helped ease him into the pop mainstream, appearing as an advisor on The Voice during a mid-2010s run which was followed by a role as a judge on American Idol. His presence on television helped keep him at the top of the country charts into the 2020s, with his Born Here Live Here Die Here generating no less than five number one Billboard Country Airplay hits that extended into 2021
With his deep bass voice, Turner has sold more than six and a half million records, reached 4.8 billion global streams, and has become a favorite and unforgettable hitmaker on country radio. With timeless songs like “Long Black Train” and “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” Turner’s five No. 1 singles include “Your Man,” of which the official music video surpassed 100 million views.  
Parker McCollum is coming to Red Rocks August 10, 2023
Tickets on sale here
Thomas Rhett at the Ball Arena.
Listen to Wendy & Bo this Thursday for the PRESALE code.
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Jelly Roll is coming to Fiddler’s Green September 3, 2023
Multi-PLATINUM singer/songwriter Kip Moore‘s fifth studio album DAMN LOVE will be available on April 28 and is available to pre-order now. Over 13 new tracks, co-produced by Moore and Jaren Johnston (The Cadillac Three), emotionally raw and thick with epiphany, Moore explores an internal tug of war and puts it simply enough: Damn Love.
Garth Brooks is getting ready for his residency in Las Vegas at Caesar’s Palace, Collosseum
You MUST register to be entered for the possibility of getting tickets. If the presale registration sells out, tickets will not go on sale to the public.
Travis Tritt is coming to the Pueblo Memorial Hall, September 21, 2023
November 17, 2022—Renowned singer, songwriter and musician Tyler Childers and his longtime band The Food Stamps will return to the stage next year with their newly confirmed “Send in the Hounds Tour.” Kicking off April 14 at New Orleans’ The Fillmore, the nationwide run includes shows at New York’s Radio City Music Hall (two nights), Santa Barbara’s Santa Barbara Bowl, Berkeley’s Greek Theatre, Chicago’s The Salt Shed, Minneapolis’ The Armory, Boston’s Leader Park Pavilion, Philadelphia’s The Met, Columbia’s Merriweather Post Pavilion and Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre (two nights) among several others. Special guests on the tour include Charley CrockettDrive-By TruckersS.G. Goodman, Wayne GrahamAbby Hamilton, Elle KingMarcus KingJohn R. Miller, Miles Miller and Margo Price.
Jason Aldean is coming to the Ball Arena
Zac Brown Band is coming to Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre

Born and raised in Georgia, Megan Moroney grew up in a musical household heavily influenced by legendary songwriters in classic country, southern rock, and americana. During Megan’s freshman year at the University of Georgia, an opportunity to open for an established country artist at the iconic Georgia Theatre prompted Megan to write her very first original song. From there, she developed a love for storytelling and has become known for her distinctive voice and honest, conversational lyrics.