Feb
3
Thu
Flatland Cavalry @ The Hat
Feb 3 @ 8:30 pm
Flatland Cavalry @ The Hat

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Feb
5
Sat
Pecos & The Rooftops (W/Canaan Bryce) @ The Hat
Feb 5 @ 8:30 pm
Pecos & The Rooftops (W/Canaan Bryce) @ The Hat

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Feb
12
Sat
Alabama with Very Special Guests The Beach Boys @ Intrust Bank Arena
Feb 12 @ 7:30 pm

Seven-time multi-platinum selling band and the most decorated country music group in history ALABAMA has added yet another arena performance to its extensive “50th Anniversary Tour.” Band members Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry and Randy Owen have tapped very special friends The Beach Boys to join them for a “once-in-a-lifetime” concert at INTRUST Bank Arena.

Many guest artists have joined ALABAMA on the road to help celebrate its 50-year milestone. However, Wichita is the only North American city on the tour to feature a performance by The Beach Boys.

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Feb
18
Fri
Eric Church – The Gather Again Tour @ T-Mobile Center
Feb 18 @ 8:00 pm
Eric Church - The Gather Again Tour @ T-Mobile Center

Reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year and current ACM Entertainer of the Year nominee Eric Church has his sights set on a return to the road with this morning’s announcement of a full arena tour. As first shared with the Church Choir and by Billboard magazine earlier today, The Gather Again Tour will kick off this fall and visit 55 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada, including a stop at T-Mobile Center on Friday, Feb. 18.

TICKETS ON-SALE MAY 7!

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Casey Donahew @ The Hat
Feb 18 @ 8:30 pm

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Feb
19
Sat
Cole Swindell – Down to the Bar Tour (W/Special Guests Travis Denning & Ashley Cooke @ Hartman Arena
Feb 19 @ 7:30 pm
Cole Swindell - Down to the Bar Tour (W/Special Guests Travis Denning & Ashley Cooke @ Hartman Arena

Cole Swindell is coming to the Harman Arena with special guests Travis Denning and Ashley Cooke on February 19th. Tickets start at $39.75 plus applicable fees and go on-sale Friday, December 17th.

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Stoney LaRue @ The Cotillion
Feb 19 @ 8:00 pm
Stoney LaRue @ The Cotillion
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Throw away any preconceived notions you might have about country singers — especially ones from Texas — because Stoney LaRue smashes them all. Over a nearly 20-year career, the Lone Star-born and Oklahoma-raised LaRue has transformed himself into an unlikely Renaissance man. He is a deft songwriter, informed traveler and self-aware philosopher, a troubadour who converses just as easily about Indian yogis and gurus as he does about Texas barbecue and dance halls. LaRue highlights all facets of his complex persona on the inspiring new album Onward.
The title itself is reflective of his outlook on life — if LaRue has a mantra these days, it’s “keep moving forward.” His first album since 2015’s Us Time, Onward captures the husky-voiced singer looking not only ahead, but inward. This is a man unflinchingly shining a light into some dark, uncomfortable corners of his psyche and bettering himself in the process.
“You want to test your bones and see where they break,” he says, dropping one of the many bon mots that pepper his conversation. “This record is wading through all the mud and storms to hopefully come out on the other side with a wisdom that you didn’t have before. It’s a brighter way to look at things.”
Before there can be redemption, though, there must be a conflict, and LaRue dives into that head-first in the album opener “Fallin’ and Flyin’.” One of 10 songs co-written by Onward’s producer Gary Nicholson, the track was famously performed by Jeff Bridges in the 2009 country music drama Crazy Heart. In LaRue’s hands, it’s a humble admission, part of his journey toward self-improvement. “I never meant to hurt no one/I just had to have my way/if there’s such a thing as too much fun/this must be the price you pay,” he sings.
Likewise, he lays bare his soul in “You Oughta Know Me by Now,” a song that Nicholson and his co-writer Shawn Camp wrote especially for LaRue. While it’s framed around a man’s shortcomings and bad habits, it also conveys a precious honesty, like much of the vulnerable Onward does. “Gary told me, ‘You’re getting a chance with this album to show people who you truly are,’” LaRue says. “It might be too blatant for some people, but if you’re that blatantly honest, that’s a direct path to someone’s spirit, you know?”

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Casey Donahew @ The Hat
Feb 19 @ 8:30 pm

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Mar
4
Fri
Kody West @ The Hat
Mar 4 @ 8:30 pm

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Mar
10
Thu
Kolby Cooper (W/Grant Gilbert) @ The Hat
Mar 10 @ 8:30 pm

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