Cole Swindell, Willie Nelson Appearing This Fall in Columbia
One of the rising stars of country music, and a country legend, will be among performers appearing this fall in Columbia, Missouri.
On September 5, Cole Swindell will return to mid-Missouri for a concert at The Blue Note. Swindell, the artist behind the hits 'Chillin' It' and 'Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,' and a successful songwriter who has worked alongside Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Craig Campbell and Thomas Rhett, performed at The Blue Note just before his self-titled debut album was released last February.
Doors will open for the Cole Swindell concert at 6 p.m. the show will start at 7. The concert will be outdoors, as The Blue Note will close down the block of 9th Street between Broadway and Walnut. It is a rain or shine, all-ages concert. Tickets are $20, and are on sale online.
Willie Nelson continues to tour around the country, even at the age of 81! On October 12, Willie will headline at the Missouri Theater, part of the University of Missouri's 'University Concert Series.' Tickets are not yet on sale, but ticket prices have been announced at $47, $57, $67 or $77.
Nelson has recorded over 200 albums during his six-decade career. and has won nearly every award possible for a recording artist and songwriter. He is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, Songwriters Hall of Fame and the National Agriculture Hall of Fame.
Willie Nelson's most recent album, 'Band of Brothers,' debuted in June at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart.