and special guests


Friday, January 26th at 7:15 p.m.

The Carson Center


Like many of his contemporaries, Lee Brice began his career as a songwriter, penning songs for Tim McGraw and Jason Aldean. Then his world changed when Garth Brooks recorded Lee’s song “More Than A Memory”. It became the first single in country music history to debut at #1. That opened doors for him as a singer, with hits like “Love Like Crazy”, “Drinking Class” and his award-winning #1 “I Don’t Dance”. Purchase your tickets by calling 270-450-4444 or by clicking here.


Friday, February 9th

The Carson Center


The “jackwagon” rolls through Paducah once again! Tim’s brand of wacky humor and silly parody songs have made him a favorite here in Rabbit Country. He’s sold out the Carson Center four times and looks to do it for a record-breaking fifth time! Get your tickets by stopping by the Carson Center box office, by calling 270-450-4444 or by clicking here.


with special guests KIP MOORE and THE CADILLAC THREE

Saturday, February 17

The Ford Center

Evansville, IN

Luke will be one busy guy in 2018! He’s now a judge on the re-boot of “American Idol”, and he’s also back on the road as he headlines the “What Makes You Country” Tour! There’s a reason Luke is a multiple winner of “Entertainer of the Year” trophies; see why when you get your tickets! You can purchase your tickets when you click here.


Friday, March 23rd

The Carson Center


Travis Tritt was a member of country music’s historical “Class of ’89”. While Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson and Clint Black featured traditional country sounds, Travis leaned toward his outlaw heroes like Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, Jr and Southern rock groups like Lynard Skynard and .38 Special. His unique blend of these two styles helped him score numerous number ones, win several awards from both the CMAs and the ACMs, and make him one of country music’s most popular touring artists. You can purchase your tickets by calling 270-450-4444 or by clicking here.