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    Lee Brice In Southaven – SHOW CANCELLED!!!

    February 16, 2016 - 7:30 pm at Landers Center
    4560 Venture Dr

    Lee Brice Life Off My Years Tour Get tickets here!

    Following microlaryngeal surgery to remove a vocal polyp on his vocal chords, Tyler Farr has been placed on total vocal rest and is unable to perform as planed on the upcoming “Life Off My Years” Tour with Lee Brice and Dylan Scott. Due to the tour lineup change, the Lee Brice “Life Off My Years” Tour in Southaven, MS at The Landers Center on February 18th has been cancelled. Refunds available at point of purchase.

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    Brantley Gilbert In Jonesboro

    February 26, 2016 - 7:00 pm at ASU Convocation Center
    217 Olympic Drive

    Black Out Tour 2016
    With special guests
    Michael Ray & Canaan Smith
    Friday, February 26 @ 7:00 PM

    Doors: 6:00 PM

    Ticket Prices: $39.75 GA Pit, $39.75, or $34.75
    *Plus Applicable Service Fees*


    Tickets are available at the Convocation Center Central Box Office,
    charge by phone at 870-972-2781 or 800-745-3000, and online at or

    Jonesboro, AR- Brantley Gilbert is coming to The Convocation Center Friday, February 26 bringing his Blackout Tour 2016 with special guest Michael Ray and Canaan Smith.
    The Georgia-born singer and songwriter hits the US with 27 North American dates among his worldwide dates hitting the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia and Canada.
    Gilbert’s unrelenting brand of Country has notched six #1s including “Country Must Be Country Wide,” “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do,” “Bottoms Up” and “One Hell of An Amen,” as well as his two Aldean smashes.

    Also joining Gilbert are two country music singer/songwriters, Michael Ray and Canaan Smith. Ray’s single “Kiss You in the Morning” reached #1 on Country Airplay. The Rolling Stone Country featured Smith as one of the “10 New Artist You Need to Know” (2014).
    Tickets will be on sale to the general public beginning Friday, November 6 at 10:00 a.m. There will be a GA Pit for this show with limited number of tickets available. Tickets for the Pit will be $39.75; other ticket prices are $39.75 and $34.75 (all prices plus applicable service fees).

    For more information visit The Convo website at or


    WWE Road To WrestleMania

    February 28, 2016 - 5:00 pm at ASU Convocation Center
    217 Olympic Drive


    DEMON KANE vs “The New Face of Fear” BRAY WYATT
    Tag Team Champions NEW DAY vs The USOS
    RYBACK vs “The Bulgarian Brute” RUSEV w/ LANA
    Divas Champion CHARLOTTE vs BECKY LYNCH
    PLUS MANY MORE! (Card Subject to Change)

    Doors Open: 3:30 PM

    Ticket Prices: $100, $95, $65, $50, $35, $25, and $15*
    *Plus Applicable Service Fees*

    Tickets are available at the Convocation Center Central Box Office,
    charge by phone at 870-972-2781 or 800-745-3000, and online at or


    Merle Haggard and Marty Stuart In Jonesboro

    March 3, 2016 - 7:30 pm at ASU Convocation Center
    217 Olympic Drive

    With special guest
    Marty Stuart
    Thursday, March 3 @ 7:30 PM
    Doors: 6:30 PM
    Ticket Prices: $75, $50 & $35
    *Plus Applicable Service Fees*

    Tickets are available at the Convocation Center Central Box Office,
    charge by phone at 870-972-2781 or 800-745-3000, and online at or

    Jonesboro, AR- For one night only, country music legend, Merle Haggard will be in Jonesboro, Arkansas, joined by Marty Stuart on Thursday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m.

    Legend is almost an understatement to describe Haggard who has been in the music industry for over five decades. Known for writing revolutionary and prolific lyrics, he blended elements of jazz, rock, blues and folk music into his arrangements, while staying true to the traditions of country. He has released 47 albums, found his songs at the top of the charts with 40 #1 hits, he has won just about every music award imaginable as a performer and a songwriter, and in 1994 was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

    Merle Ronald Haggard was born in 1937, outside Bakersfield, California. His parents, Jim and Flossie, moved the family there after their farm in Oklahoma burned down, with Jim finding work as a carpenter for the Santa Fe Railroad. The family lived in an old boxcar that they converted into a home. Though struggling to make a meager living, they had a sturdy shelter and food was always on the table.

    Things changed dramatically after Jim died of a stroke when Merle was nine years old. It was a devastating event for the young boy, who was very close to his father. His mother went to work as a bookkeeper to make ends meet, often leaving Merle in the care of a great aunt and uncle. With his world turned upside down, Haggard turned rebellious. He hopped a freight train when he was just ten years old, making it to Fresno before being picked up by the authorities. It was the first step toward a youth of truancy from school and petty crime. For the next few years, Haggard would find himself in reform schools, sometimes making an escape, only to get thrown back in again. Later he would find himself in and out of prison as well.

    Haggard’s music was his way out of a dead-end life of small crimes and intermittent jail time. Released from San Quentin in 1960, he joined the then thriving Bakersfield country scene, which eschewed the smooth country-politan sound coming out of Nashville for a harder-hitting honky-tonk groove.

    After making an impression working in local clubs, Haggard joined Las Vegas star Wynn Stewart’s band in 1962 as a bassist. When he got a chance to record his own single, Haggard chose the Stewart composition, “Sing A Sad Song.” It came out on the small Tally Records label in 1964, and made it into the Top Twenty. His follow up singles didn’t do quite as well, until “(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers” went into the Top Ten and brought him to the attention of Capitol Records. He proved himself a hit maker with three Top Ten singles in 1967, including his first #1, “The Fugitive.” The rest, as they say, is history.

    For over forty years, the five-time Grammy winning multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, photographer, and historian Marty Stuart has been building a rich legacy. Native of Mississippi, Stuart got his start in Johnny Cash’s back-up band. In 1986 he started his solo career and released album Marty Stuart scoring his first hit with the song “Arlene.”

    “I’ve always thought that country music had a really unique relationship with gospel music,” Stuart says. “It is interesting to me that country stars can sing drinking and cheating songs authentically, then at some point during the evening or the broadcast, take their hats off and say, ‘Friends, here’s our gospel song.’ If it’s the right messenger it seamlessly flows. That’s a time-honored tradition, from Jimmie Rodgers to Hank Williams to Johnny Cash. Rogue prophets and rogue preachers. That is my world!”

    Both artists bring their magical talents to Jonesboro on March 3. Tickets for this outstanding night of entertainment will go on-sale Friday, January 15 at 10:00 a.m. To purchase tickets in person to go the Convocation Center Central Box Office, order by phone at 870-972-2781 or 800-745-3000, or on-line at For more information regarding this show go to


    Luke Bryan In Little Rock

    March 11, 2016 - 7:30 pm at Verizon Arena
    1 Verizon Arena Way

    LUKE BRYAN- “KILL THE LIGHTS” Tour with special guest DUSTIN LYNCH

    Ticket Prices: $90.50 and $53



    Click HERE to buy tickets!

    Tickets available at all Ticketmaster outlets, charge by phone at 800-745-3000 or online at or

    CREDIT CARD ENTRY (formerly Paperless Ticketing) WILL BE USED FOR THIS CONCERT.
    Please read the Credit Card Entry instructions on the next page to learn more.

    CREDIT CARD ENTRY (formerly called Paperless Ticketing)

    Verizon Arena sometimes uses Credit Card Entry to help ensure fans purchasing designated seats will be able to secure tickets at face value and keep them out of the hands of scalpers. Seats delivered with Credit Card Entry will not be transferable.
    Please see Credit Card Entry instructions below.

    Step 1:

    Buy your tickets using a credit card online at by phone at 800-745-3000, at the Verizon Arena Box Office or at any Ticketmaster Outlet.
    *We WILL NOT take gift cards for Credit Card Entry purchases.

    •You WILL receive an email after you place your order that will give you your order number, the number of tickets you purchased, the total charge and your seat location.
    •You WILL NOT EVER receive a paper ticket.

    Step 2:

    Bring the credit card used to purchase your tickets and a valid photo ID that MATCHES the name on the credit card to Verizon Arena the night of the event.

    Step 3:

    Go directly to the doors at the main entrance with your guest, present your ID and swipe your credit card for entry.

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