Justin Moore & Randy Houser at Walmart AMP

Justin Moore & Randy Houser Tickets

Walmart AMP | Rogers, Arkansas

Justin Moore & Randy Houser

Country music has never been this good! There’s something about it that makes music lovers either move to the beat or have their heartstrings pulled! And it’s just about to get even more interesting as two of today’s popular country music stars are about to embark on The Country Round Here Tonight Tour!

Rogers, Arkansas - you are in luck! JUSTIN MOORE and RANDY HOUSER are taking their tour to you! They are performing live at the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion on October 3, 2024, Tuesday. Joining them on this tour are not one, but two Country music rising stars -- The Voice's former contestant, Sadie Bass, and ex-American Idol contender Austin Michael.

Everyone is so excited to see Moore - best known for his song "We Didn't Have Much" - and Houser - best known for his single "How Country Feels" - take on the same stage! You certainly do not want to miss out on this concert! Prepare yourself for an amazing night of country music at its finest! The show is almost sold out so you’d better secure your chance to watch Moore and Houser live! Grab your tickets here now!

Multi-platinum-selling country music performers Randy Houser and Justin Moore have announced their "Country Round Here Tonight Tour," which will see them perform 12 dates in the Northeast, Midwest, and South later this year.

The legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ is one of the stops on the Live Nation-produced tour, which begins on Thursday, September 5th in Charlotte, NC. Moore and Houser will also perform their hit tunes in Raleigh, Philadelphia, Houston, and other cities before concluding on October 12th in St. Louis, MO.

Last week, Moore and Houser surprised Nashville's Tootsie's Orchid Lounge patrons with a rendition of Toby Keith's "Should've Been A Cowboy," giving fans a taste of what's to come.

Throughout the year, the two will also go on separate tours. Moore will play his own solo gigs across the nation and support Cody Johnson on "The Leather Tour," while Houser will headline some dates and appear at other festivals.

Justin Moore has twenty singles, two extended plays, and seven studio albums to his credit. In 2007, Moore joined Valory Music Group, and the following year, in 2008, his debut radio hit, "Back That Thing Up," debuted on the Hot Country Songs list. His song "Small Town USA" became his first to reach the Billboard Hot 100 the following year.

After signing with Universal South Records in 2008, "Anything Goes" became Randy Houser’s chart-topping hit. Entitled "Boots On," the title tune of his debut album of the same name, also generated his first top-five success, and was a number 20 hit on the Billboard Country Singles list. He relocated to Stoney Creek, a Broken Bow Records label, in 2012. In 2013, he peaked at number one with "Runnin' Outta Moonlight" and "How Country Feels," the titles of his third album. "Goodnight Kiss," which peaked at number one on the Mediabase Country list and number two on the Country Airplay list, and "Like a Cowboy," which peaked at number three on the Country Airplay chart in March 2015 and garnered praise, were the follow-up songs from the same album.

On October 3, 2024, the tour is making a stop at the Walmart Arkansas Pavilion in Rogers, Arkansas. During this show, Moore and Houser will be joined by special guests Sadie Bass and Austin Michael. Both are alums from two global top-rating singing competitions. Sadie Bass showcased her singing prowess on The Voice stage, while Austin Michael was a roper and rider as he wowed audiences with his singer-songwriter craft and charisma on American Idol.

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