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Toby Keith With Special Guests Waterloo Revival


Toby Keith

A legend of country music with more than 40 albums sold worldwide and 20 number one hits, Toby Keith puts on a show that highlights more than 20 years of country success. His debut single “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” launched him into stardom as it became the most-played country song of the 90s. After switching labels in 1998 and joining DreamWorks Records Nashville, Keith released his hit single “How Do You Like Me Now?!” that same year, and it became the number one country song of 2000, as the title track to his 1999 album How Do You Like Me Now?! For the next 15 years, with a second label switch to one he founded himself in 2005, Show Dog Nashville, which then merged with Universal South Records and became Show Dog-Universal Music in late 2009, Keith has continued to release chart-topping albums including White Trash with Money (2006), Big Dog Daddy (2007), American Ride (2009), and Drinks After Work (2013). Other number one hits include “Beer For My Horses,” a duet with Willie Nelson in 2003, and “As Good as I Once Was” from 2005.

Waterloo Revival
From their younger years in middle school through their college days, Cody Cooper and George Birge have been expressing themselves through songwriting and performing together. With a brief separation during college while Cody attended the University of North Texas in Denton and George stayed in Austin at the University of Texas, the duo got back together and formed Waterloo Revival, named after the original name of their hometown of Austin, Texas. With a mission to introduce Austin music into the mainstream world, Waterloo Revival commuted to Nashville where they by chance were granted a meeting with country star Toby Keith’s manager, TK Kimbrell, who almost immediately signed the duo to their first management deal under TKO Artist Management, and in June of 2016 they were signed to Keith’s record label, Show Dog Nashville. A few of their songs include “Summer Thing,” “Front Row,” “Backwood Bump,” and “I Could Get Used To This.”


General Ticket Pricing: $75/$85/$105


Venue

Outdoor Concert Venue
Box Office

  • 509.481.2800
  • Toll-free: 877.871.6772

Hours*:

Monday & Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday - Sunday:
8:30am-3:30pm

* Show days vary

August 3
7:30PM
Doors Open: 6:30PM
Buy Tickets
Tickets: $75 / $85 / $105