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Riverwind Casino releases 2020 concert lineup

23 December 2019

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Riverwind Casino will ring in 2020 with a concert lineup that runs the gamut from legendary performers to up-and-comers who could be the Next Big Thing.

SHOWPLACE THEATRE
The Showplace Theatre provides audiences with an intimate entertainment experience like none other in the region. The state-of-the-art venue seats 1,500 people.

Travis LeDoyt – 7 p.m., Saturday, 4 January
Travis LeDoyt is known as “the world’s best” at portraying young Elvis Presley in his prime in the 50s and 60s. His uncanny resemblance to the King of Rock and Roll has audiences gasping when he takes the stage. Once he begins to sing and dance, fans are truly captivated by the authenticity of LeDoyt’s performance, even garnering high praise from those who knew Elvis personally. Tickets: Premium $15, VIP/Mezzanine $20, Platinum $20.

Neal McCoy – 8 p.m., Friday, 20 January
Neal McCoy has released 15 studio albums on various labels and 34 singles to country radio. In 1993, Neal McCoy broke through with the back-to-back No. 1 singles “No Doubt About It” and “Wink” from his platinum-certified album No Doubt About It. His commercial success continued into the late 1990s with two more platinum albums and a gold album, as well as six more Top 10 hits. A seventh Top 10 hit, “Billy’s Got His Beer Goggles On,” came in 2005 from his self-released That’s Life. Tickets: Premium $30, VIP/Mezzanine $35, Platinum $40.

Chris Tucker – 7 p.m., Saturday, 18 January
Chris Tucker is an award-winning actor and comedian best known for playing the role of Detective James Carter in the “Rush Hour” film series with Jackie Chan. He became a favorite on?HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam” in the 1990s and came to prominence in his first starring role in the 1995 cult classic film “Friday” starring alongside Ice Cube. To date, Tucker has starred in films that have collectively grossed over $1 billion in box?office sales worldwide. Outside of comedy, Tucker is a dedicated humanitarian, spending much of his spare time traveling around the world, doing philanthropic work to make a difference through his?Chris Tucker Foundation. Tickets: Premium $75, VIP/Mezzanine $80, Platinum $85.

Parker McCollum – 7 p.m., Saturday, 25 January (COOP Concert Series)
A singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and dedicated road warrior, Parker McCollum began building a following in his native Texas with 2015’s?”The Limestone Kid.” The album track Meet You in The Middle became a hit on Texas’ regional radio chart — no small feat for an independent, 22-year-old musician. The album’s widely-acclaimed follow-up,?Probably Wrong, helped Parker find national success. Compared to John Mayer and Jason Isbell by?Rolling Stone, Parker supported the album with a string of sold-out shows, bringing record-breaking crowds to venues like San Angelo’s RiverStage and a sold-out Billy Bob’s along the way. Tickets: General Admission $35, Mezzanine $35.

Dustin Lynch – 7:30 p.m., Friday, 7 February (COOP Concert Series)
With a string of hits stretching back to 2012, a red hot live-performance reputation, and a fanbase that’s growing exponentially, Dustin Lynch is one of the hottest acts in modern country music. His first two albums mixed traditional influence with edgy intensity to debut at No. 1 and No. 2 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart, while his first-ever single – the tender ballad “Cowboys and Angels” – earned Platinum status. Five consecutive Platinum and Gold singles followed as “Where It’s At,” “Hell of a Night,” “Mind Reader,” “Seein’ Red,” and “Small Town Boy” all became hard driving No. 1s. His new album, Tullahoma, will be released Jan. 17.
Travis Denning will open the show. Tickets: General Admission $66, Mezzanine $66.

William Shatner – 7 p.m., Friday, 14 February
Legendary actor William Shatner will present a screening of the classic film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan on the big screen. Following the movie, Shatner will take the stage to share fascinating and humorous behind the scenes stories from portraying the original Captain James T. Kirk in the Star Trek television series and movies as well as his career spanning over 50 years as an award-winning actor, producer, director and writer. Fans will also have a chance to ask questions during the audience-led Q&A, which will be moderated by Rick Caldwell of KOMA and KRXO. Tickets: Premium $70, VIP/Mezzanine $75, Platinum $80. VIP Photo Op Package $180.00 - A limited number of VIP tickets will be available that include the best seats in the house along with a post-show photo opportunity with William Shatner. Included will be an exclusive tour patch only available to VIPs. No autographs.

Randy Rogers Band – 7 p.m., Saturday, 15 February
The Randy Rogers Band is a unique brotherhood fueled by a shared passion for making great music and a strong commitment to each other. That bond forms the foundation for the new music on their latest album Hellbent, a high-octane collection of songs buoyed by the same fearless spirit and sense of camaraderie that has made them one of country’s most compelling bands. Tickets: Premium $50, VIP/Mezzanine $55, Platinum $60.

Candlebox – 8 p.m., Friday, 21 February
Emerging from Seattle’s burgeoning mid-1990s grunge scene, Candlebox quickly found mainstream success with their deep, lyrically-driven melodies and big radio hooks. Power anthems like “Far Behind” and “You” from their debut, self-titled album exploded onto the charts propelling the album to sell more than four million copies worldwide. Later albums would showcase their versatility between emotionally-charged, brooding ballads like “Cover Me” and groove-infused, straight-up rock n’ roll tunes including “Change” and “Arrow.” Tickets: Premium $35, VIP/Mezzanine $40, Platinum $45.

Willie Nelson & Family – 8 p.m., Friday, 13 March (COOP Concert Series)
Musician. Songwriter. Author. Poet. Actor. Activist. Willie Nelson is a distinct American superstar with few rivals. He boasts classic country hits like “Hello Walls” and “Crazy,” while reaching across genres and generations with songs like “Stardust.” Tickets: General Admission $85, Mezzanine $85.

Jay Leno – 8 p.m., Friday, 27 March
Jay Leno is an acclaimed TV late night show host, admired stand-up comedian, best-selling children’s book author, much-in-demand corporate speaker, TV and movie voice-over artist, pioneering car builder and mechanic, and philanthropist.

Often characterized as “the hardest working man in show business,” Leno’s late-night television run included two decades as the host of the No. 1-rated The Tonight Show with Jay Leno – he never lost a ratings year in which he served as host. Today, he is host of the CNBC series Jay Leno’s Garage. Tickets: Premium $85, VIP/Mezzanine $90, Platinum $95.

RIVER LOUNGE ENTERTAINMENT
The River Lounge offers a more intimate musical atmosphere with talented local musicians. Located near Riverwind’s main entrance, River Lounge is the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail while listening to the region’s best live music. River Lounge shows begin at 9 p.m. every Saturday, unless otherwise noted.

• Scott Keeton Band – 4 January
• 411 Band – 11 January
• Tyler Lee Band – 18 January
• The Blue Cats – 25 January
• Stars – 1 February
• Banana Seat – 8 February
• Jeremy Studdard – 15 February
• Replay – 22 February
• Drive – 29 February
• Rivers Edge Band – 7 March
• One Two Ten – 14 March
• SquadLive – 21 March
• Midas 13 – 28 March

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