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Best Shows Jun 17 - Aug 17

in Evansville

Brian Regan at Victory Theatre

Brian Regan

Critics and peers agree Brian Regan has distinguished himself as one of the premier comedians in the country. The "perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality" (Wall Street Journal), Brian fills theaters nationwide with fervent fans that span generations. His clean language and sharp, sarcastic observations on everyday life have led him to be known as the "comedian's comedian".

Brad Williams at Victory Theatre

Brad Williams

California-born Williams has made a striking mark on the nationwide comedy circuit, as well as having a large fanbase online as a guest on various comedy podcasts and radio shows. First discovered by Carlos Mencia at his live show after noticing him in the audience, the young Williams was invited on stage to contribute to the show, to huge applause. Regularly making references and jokes concerning his dwarfism, Williams displays a brazen attitude towards subjects including disability, relationships, sex, and race, attracting new audiences with every appearance.

Justin Moore at The Aiken Theatre

Justin Moore

The chart-topping country star is back on the road again. The hat-tipping Arkansas native is bringing his live show to you. Moore's performances have captivated concertgoers across the country and helped established a loyal fan base so make sure you catch the traditional country star him when he comes to town.

Killer Queen - Tribute to Queen at Victory Theatre

Killer Queen - Tribute to Queen

When a tribute band sell out the same arenas their subjects did, you know they're onto something and that is just the case with Killer Queen, a bunch of British superfans who've made celebrating their idols into an art form. Led by charismatic Freddie Mercury-look-and-soundalike Patrick Meyers, what started as a one-night thing has now spanned over 25 years and been welcomed the world over!

Jason Aldean at Ford Center

Jason Aldean

Buckle up because Jason Aldean extends the Highway Desperado Tour into summer 2024! Fellow country singers Hailey Whitters and Lauren Alaina will be supporting the 25-date trek on selected dates. One of the top artists of his generation, the King of Country, will be giving audiences the opportunity to enjoy cuts from his 2023 album 'Highway Desperado' and his past hits.

Travis Tritt at The Aiken Theatre

Travis Tritt

The Grammy-winning country artist Travis Tritt is hitting the road! With The Allman Brothers amongst his influences, Travis has always dipped into the southern rock sound more than his other country artist contemporaries. His shows are always a boisterous affair, and you can expect to hear Tritt standards such as Foolish Pride and Best of Intentions.

REO Speedwagon at The Aiken Theatre

REO Speedwagon

These hard rocking Midwesterners are the stuff of legend! Formed in 1967, the Illinois raised rockers found incredible success in the 1970's, beginning in a scene that included STYX, Chicago, and Cheap Trick, they quickly went on to reach chart-topping heights with their 1980 album 'Hi Infidelity', which became the soundtrack of a generation, and further spawned the emotional rock ballad 'I Can't Fight This Feeling.'

Joe Bonamassa at The Aiken Theatre

Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa is the guitarist's guitarist. A master of the blues, Bonamassa easily ranks alongside the more well known Clapton or Jeff Beck. Such was his prodigious talent that he supported B.B. King at the tender of age of twelve in 1989, and was christened by King as "one of a kind." Since then, he's played with anyone who is anyone and released a formidable catalogue of studio albums.

Jim Breuer at Victory Theatre

Jim Breuer

Man of a thousand voices and all round comic whirlwind Jim Breuer is heading out on tour once again. While he's a cult icon for his role in stoner comedy Half Baked with Dave Chappelle, Breuer has made a conscious decision to shift his stand-up in a family friendly direction in recent years because "it's much more challenging".

Little Feat at Victory Theatre

Little Feat

Formed in 1969, Little Feat is one of the great survivors of American rock music. Having gone through numerous lineup changes and breakups, the band are still playing their unmistakable brand of murky blues, country, and funk. Founding member Bill Payne, who is also a prolific session player, and has played with the likes of Pink Floyd and The Doobie Brothers, is still going strong, touring extensively year on year!

Croce Plays Croce at Victory Theatre

Croce Plays Croce

A.J. Croce, son of Ingrid and Jim, pays tribute to his father in this brand-new show commemorating 50 years of Jim Croce's music. Taking on two of the 70s folk rockers' albums, The Life and Times, and his final work before his untimely death, I Got A Name in their entirety. Also featured will be tracks from Don't Mess Around With Jim and a few surprises.

Keith Sweat at Victory Theatre

Keith Sweat

Multi-talented, AMA winner Keith Sweat is a man with many professions - he's a producer, an actor, a radio-show host, a singer, and a doting dad to three girls! Don't miss him when he takes time out from his busy schedule to perform a select number of shows at venues around the USA.

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