Big & Rich, featuring Gretchen Wilson, is bringing their 2024 Celebration Tour to the Beaver Dam Amphitheater on July 13. Cowboy Troy and DJ Sinister are also part of the lineup, while special guest Dylan Schneider will open the show.
The show will start at 7 p.m. New for 2024, a newly constructed gate and preshow area at The DAM will open at approximately 3:30 p.m. Ticket holders can enjoy additional live music, food, concessions, beverages, and more. Gates to the concert venue area will open at 5:30 p.m.
A ticket presale begins at 9 a.m. February 14, with general sale tickets available starting at 9 a.m. on February 15. Get tickets at BeaverDamAmp.com.
“For summertime outdoor country music concerts in the western Kentucky region, it doesn’t get any bigger or more exciting than a Big & Rich and Gretchen Wilson concert. This will be the country music event of the season, and we expect tickets to sell fast. This will be one of those events we talk about for years to come,” said Heath Eric, promoter with The Eric Group.
William Kenneth Alphin, known by his stage name Big Kenny, and John Rich comprise the duo Big & Rich, who recorded 6 studio albums and charted 19 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Wilson was an overnight success. Her first single, “Redneck Woman,” spent 6 weeks at No. 1 and earned her a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. Her debut album, “Here For The Party,” sold over five million copies and spawned three more top 5 hit singles.
Blending country and rap, Cowboy Troy had a series of independent releases before his music career began to go places when he became a regular contributor to the MuzikMafia round table night, a Nashville-based weekly event organized by Big And Rich.
DJ Sinister can be found on over 50 country radio stations. He founded the internationally recognized rock band Twisted Method, toured as part of OzzFest, became a reality TV star, and is currently touring with Big & Rich.
Dylan Schneider has been named an “Artist to Watch” by Amazon Music, Pandora, Taste of Country, and Sounds Like Nashville and declared “Country Music’s Next Rising Star” by Billboard.