March 4 @ 8:00 pm - April 4 @ 8:00 pm
Tickets are non-transferrable. All sales will be online only. Respect social distancing guidelines. Face coverings are mandatory; masks must be worn at all times except while eating and drinking. Only the following bags are allowed: Clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bags with a maximum size: 12″x6″x12″ or small clutch bags with a maximum size: 4.5″x6.5″. Observe and comply with signage and guidelines posted throughout the venue. Do your part to practice good hygiene (wash your hands frequently, don’t touch your face). If you’re not feeling well, please stay home and get well. Everyone, regardless of age (including babies in arms), must purchase a ticket. Dates, times, prices, and artists are subject to change without notice.
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Face coverings are MANDATORY and must be worn at all times except while eating and drinking.
NOTE OUR CLEAR BAG POLICY:
Only the following bags are allowed:
• Clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags (maximum size: 12″x6″x12″)
• Small clutch bags approximately the size of a hand (maximum size 4.5″x6.5″)
One-gallon clear plastic freezer bags (will be provided if needed)
When available, additional clear bags meeting the above criteria may be available for sale at the venue.
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Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum artist, Aaron Lewis is set to release his sophomore solo album later this year on Big Machine Label Group’s DOT Records.
The former Staind front man first made his country debut in 2011 with the certified gold single “Country Boy” followed by the release of his first full-length solo album, The Road. “Country Boy” featured Charlie Daniels on fiddle and a booming verse from George Jones as well as Chris Young striking a balance between classic and modern country.
Lewis’s introspective, personal and relatable lyrics are proof that country music is about lifestyle and values, not necessarily where you were raised. And as Country Weekly exclaims “…make no mistake, he is a truck-drivin’, gun-totin’ country boy.” Lewis attributes country as something that has always inspired him. Growing up in rural Vermont the singer/songwriter spent summers with his WWII veteran grandfather hunting and fishing. During that time, he developed a love for the land, the woods, and the simple life, which still permeates everything he does.
And there was one specific soundtrack to those times. “I was raised on Country music,” Lewis says. “My grandfather listened to Merle Haggard, Hank Williams, Hank Jr., and all of the greats.”
And those influences are evident on stage in his new songs and in hits he often performs such as “Outside,” “It’s Been Awhile,” and “So Far Away.”