Tickets start at $25 and go on sale Jan. 18.
His overall two No. 1 singles, six Top 10 singles, awards and nominations landed him on some of the biggest stages of the world, including Carrie Underwood’s 2016 “The Storyteller Tour.”
The Florida native’s resume is topped with the signature hits he’s known for from his No. 1 debuting album, “About To Get Real,” that include “A Little More Country Than That,” “Roll With It,” “Lovin’ You is Fun” and “Baby Be My Love Song.” Fans will also remember his Top 5 song, “All Over the Road.”
Corbin’s current single, “A Girl Like You” from his upcoming album, hit Billboard’s Top 10 and continues to climb. “Taste of Country” picked the song as a Critics Pick, saying, “It takes a fraction of a second to know Easton Corbin is on to something different with ‘A Girl Like You.’”
Tickets start at $45 and go on sale Jan. 18.
With a career spanning more than five decades with more than 100 million albums sold, her successes include four Grammys; numerous Country Music, American Music, Billboard and People’s Choice Awards; an Emmy Award; 10 No. 1 hits; and more than 15 top 10 singles. She recently scored another No. 1 hit, this time on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart with her daughter Chloe Lattanzi – becoming the first mother/daughter duo to top this chart. In 1978, her co-starring role with John Travolta in “Grease” catapulted Olivia into superstardom and to date remains the most successful movie musical of all time.
Throughout her career, she has held humanitarian and environmental causes close to her heart. She served as Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations Environment Programme, was the co-founder of Children’s Health Environmental Coalition (now Healthy Child, Healthy World) and, in 1992, she created National Tree Day in Australia, which is responsible for planting more than 10 million trees since its beginning. Most recently she co-founded One Tree Per Child, an international school initiative with the goal of having every child under the age of 10 plant at least one tree.
In 1992, Olivia was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her personal journey with cancer led her to announce her partnership with the Austin Health and the creation of the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre in her hometown of Melbourne, Australia. The center, which opened its doors in 2012, provides a comprehensive range of services and facilities for cancer treatment, education, training and research as well as a dedicated wellness center.
Tickets start at $39 and go on sale Jan. 4.
After humble beginnings in 1973, Mexican-American band Los Lobos gained fame with its 1984 breakthrough album, “How Will The Wolf Survive?” before recording its iconic version of Mexican folk song “La Bamba” for the film of the same title. The song skyrocketed to No. 1 on the Billboard charts in 1987, making it the first Spanish song ever to do so.
Los Lobos followed up its massive success with three decades of albums, including “By The Light of the Moon,” “The Neighborhood,” “Kiko,” “Papa’s Dream,” “Colossal Head,” “The Ride” and “Tin Can Trust.” The band most recently released “Gates of Gold” in 2015, a mix of the band’s raw intensity of rock, Tex-Mex, country, folk, R&B and blues.
The Los Lonely Boys’ journey to worldwide fame is one of rock’s great Cinderella tales. After a failed move to Nashville, their big break came after being heard by Willie Nelson’s nephew in the early 2000s. They later established their “Texican Rock” sound in 2003 with their self-titled first album that featured the No. 1 smash hit “Heaven.” The album sold more than 2 million copies, spending 76 weeks on the Billboard Top 200 album chart and landing the band a Grammy for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group.
The Grammy Award-winning band Los Lobos will perform March 9 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Catoosa, Oklahoma. COURTESY
Party All Night Long NYE 2018 includes music, dancing, party favors, Prince music videos, purple rain effects in the Grand Lobby and new Prince memorabilia recently released from his estate. Three Prince impersonators will help count down the new year, and more than 10,000 balloons will drop at midnight.
Festivities start with $2,018 cash drawings every hour from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., followed by a grand prize drawing of $20,018 at 6 p.m. One Star Rewards members can begin registering at 10 a.m. and earn one entry into the drawings.
Live entertainment begins with Rosy Hips hitting the stage at Riff’s at noon, followed by Boogie Fever and Replay. The Bobby D Band and the George Brothers are playing throughout the evening at Cabin Creek.
Festivities throughout the casino are free, and guests must be 21 or older. Guests can enjoy complimentary hats, horns and tiaras as well as commemorate the evening at free photo selfie kiosks.
Tickets start at $69 and go on sale Dec. 28.
Morissette is known as one of the most influential singer-songwriters in contemporary music. She landed on the scene with her 1995 groundbreaking debut album, “Jagged Little Pill,” that included hits such as “You Oughta Know,” “Hand In My Pocket,” “Ironic,” “You Learn,” and “Hand Over Feet.” The album earned two Grammy Awards for “Best Rock Album” and “Album of the Year.” Her first single, “You Oughta Know” also won “Best Rock Song” the same year.
She followed up with the albums “Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie,” “MTV Unplugged,” “Under Rug Swept,” “So-Called Chaos,” “Jagged Little Pill Acoustic,” her greatest hits album, “The Collection,” “Flavors of Entanglement,” “Havoc and Bright Lights” and “Jagged Little Pill: Collector’s Edition.” In 2015, she was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
Morissette has contributed to several theatrical releases such as “The Chronicles of Narnia,” “Prince of Persia,” and “City of Angels.” She also has several acting credits to her name.
Tickets start at $49 and go on sale Dec. 14.
Cetera’s long career skyrocketed in 1968 as singer, songwriter and bassist for the rock group Chicago. He contributed to 18 albums with the band, including several of the band’s chart-toppers, like “If You Leave Me Now,” “Hard to Say I’m Sorry,” “Baby What a Big Surprise,” “You’re the Inspiration,” “Stay the Night,” “Love Me Tomorrow,” “Happy Man,” “Feeling Stronger Every Day” and “Along Comes a Woman.”
In 1986, Cetera branched out on his own and went on to create 10 albums and numerous No. 1 hits, including the Academy Award-nominated song “The Glory of Love,” “The Next Time I Fall” with Amy Grant, “Feels Like Heaven” with Chaka Kahn, “After All” with Cher, “No Explanation” from the film “Pretty Woman” and “Restless Heart.”
Cetera now tours with his seven-piece electric band “The Bad Daddy’s.” He also appears in other musical formats including, his much-acclaimed “Symphony Show” for larger venues and “String Quartet” for smaller, more intimate ones.
The two will perform their iconic hits spanning multiple decades. Tickets start at $49 and are on sale now.
Walker is considered one of the busiest artists on the road. He hit the scene in 1993 with hit singles like “What’s It to You” and “Live Until I Die.” Since then, he’s added 29 more to his résumé, like “Dreaming With My Eyes Open,” “If I Could Make A Living,” “This Woman and This Man” and “Rumor Has It,” and has been traveling ever since. He’s earned four platinum-selling albums and two gold albums over the course of his career.
He’s also known for overcoming significant struggles in the midst of his success. Having been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1996, Walker founded Band Against MS (BAMS) to fight the disease and has raised more than $5 million for the cause. He also co-founded Military Warriors Support Foundation, which awards mortgage-free homes and family mentoring to wounded heroes injured in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Tracy Byrd continues to be a household name for fans with classic hits like “Holdin’ Heaven,” “Watermelon Crawl,” “Lifestyles of the Not So Rich and Famous” and “Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo,” just to name a few. Six of his albums are gold-certified and led him to several TV appearances like his 1996 special, “Tracy Byrd’s Big Love,” which included guests like Johnny Paycheck, Mark Chesnutt and Asleep at the Wheel. He also hosted TNN’s Weekend Outdoor Broadcast for three years.
A one-of-a-kind meet and greet with Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider kicks off the night followed by a light show and an elaborate costume contest with $10,000 in cash prizes.
Snider is best known as the lead singer in the 1980s band, Twisted Sister. His success propelled him into stardom that led to appearances on reality TV shows, including “The Celebrity Apprentice,” “Gone Country with John Rich,” MTV’s “Rock the Cradle” and “Growing Up Twisted.” He’s also an accomplished radio host, voiceover artist and film producer.
The “Twisted Nightmare” Halloween Party opens at 8 p.m. in the Sequoyah Convention Center. DJ Sally and DJ Miguel, two of Las Vegas’ leading DJs, will be teaming up on the turntables to create a world-class dance party.
Guests are encouraged to wear their most creative, daring and frightening costumes and enter this year’s costume contest where $10,000 is up for grabs. The first place winner receives $5,000. Second place takes home $3,000, and third place is awarded $2,000. Judging for the costume contest is slated between 10:45 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Winners will be announced at midnight and must be present to win.
Tickets start at $29 and go on sale Oct. 12.
“Million Dollar Quartet” tells the story of the twist of fate that brought young icons Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together at Sun Records on Dec. 4, 1956, in in Memphis, Tennessee. The performance brings to life a story of broken promises, secrets, betrayal, humor and celebration.
The musical features classic hits such as “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Fever,” “That’s All Right,” “Sixteen Tons,” “I Walk the Line,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” and “Hound Dog.”
Oklahoma native and Oklahoma City University alum Tiffan Borelli will perform on stage as a singer and Elvis’ girlfriend Dyanne. Borelli has performed in regional theater, including Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, and most recently performed in NYC Theatre in productions such as “Kiss Me Kate” and “Emma: The Musical.” “Million Dollar Quartet” also stars Daniel Durston as Elvis Presley, Taylor Gray as Jerry Lee Lewis, Austin Hohnke as Carl Perkins and Peter Oyloe as Johnny Cash.
From left are Taylor Gray as Jerry Lee Lewis, Austin Hohnke as Carl Perkins, Daniel Durston as Elvis Presley, Peter Oyloe as Johnny Cash and Tiffan Borelli as Elvis’ girlfriend Dyanne in the Tony Award-winning musical “Million Dollar Quartert.” The show will run Dec. 2 at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa. COURTESY