Don’t miss your chance to see this amazing musician live in concert on February 22 & 23, 2019 at 8pm!
Tickets are on sale November 21, 2018 at 8am! Reserve your seats by phone at 1-888-MAIN ACT (1-888-624-6228), in person at the Chinook Winds Box Office, or online.
Reserved Seating Tickets: $50 – $65.
Must be 16 or older to attend.
With the allure of a modern-day outlaw, Gary Allan has won over fans, peers and critics with his signature blend of smoldering vocals, rebellious lyrics and raucous live performances. While becoming a force on the country music scene, Allan has remained true to his artistic voice each step of the way.
Allan re-signed with Universal Music Group Nashville in 2016, the label home for the entirety of his twenty-year career. He is currently finishing up work for his upcoming EMI Nashville release. That album will be his first release since 2013, when Set You Free debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 pop chart. Topping that list was a first for Allan, while the album’s “Every Storm Runs Out of Rain” had him in more familiar territory: the top of the country radio charts. That single was Allan’s fifth such song to reach the top and 14th top-10 hit. Overall, the album was his fourth straight to top Billboard’s Country Music Albums list.
The California native released his first album, Used Heart for Sale, in 1996 and since then has released eight additional studio albums selling over 7 million albums, been certified platinum on three back-to-back albums, and been certified gold five times. Allan has five #1 hits at country radio, fourteen Top 10 hits to his credit and amassed over 270 million total streams. Some of his most familiar hits include “Watching Airplanes,” “Smoke Rings in the Dark,” “Nothing on But the Radio,” and “Life Ain’t Always Beautiful.”
Allan, who has sold 8 million albums and has more than 1.4 billion total streams over the last 20-plus years, may have stepped out of his comfort zone recently with his writing, but he maintains a lifeline to his own experiences and what he knows.
“I’ve always felt that music evolves with time and you have to either evolve with it, or get left behind,” Allan said. “However, you also have to find a way to stay true to yourself while evolving. All of my albums represent where I was in life when I made them, but they all sound like me. I’ve tried to stay consistent with that.”