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Best Shows Aug 1 - 31

Nikki Glaser at Juanita K. Hammons Hall

Nikki Glaser

If you've ever had the pleasure of seeing an episode of Comedy Central mainstay 'Not Safe with Nikki Glaser', then you'll be well acquainted with her unapologetic, no-holds-barred comedy style, but you may still blush when confronted with her racy live stand-up routine. Leaving no stone unturned when it comes topics including sex, relationships, the single life, Target fashion triumphs and invasive TSA practices, Glaser spreads her mischievous glee around venues across North America on 'The Good Girl' tour and 'The Alive and Unwell' tour (From 14 September 2024)!

Barry Manilow at Great Southern Bank Arena

Barry Manilow

Here are the facts: Sixty-five million albums, 3,000 concerts and 28 platinum records. As well as producing and arranging albums for his fellow artists such as Bette Midler and Dionne Warwick, Manilow has also written songs for films, commercials, and musicals, including his own production, Harmony.

Ben Folds at Gillioz Theatre

Ben Folds

The frontman of his self-named band, rock artist and producer Ben Folds continues to work with some of the most eclectic names in music and entertainment (remember his Common People cover that featured William Shatner and Bill Clinton?), as well as pushing the envelope on alt-rock ever further. A self-confessed enigma, he prefers to stay out of the limelight except when touring, but can easily claim credit for some of music's most unlikely trends.

Flo Rida at Black Oak Mountain Amphitheater

Flo Rida

It's time to 'Get Low' with Grammy-nominated rapper Flo Rida! He exploded onto the music scene in 2007 with his debut single 'Low (Feat. T-Pain)', which topped the Billboard Hot 100 for an incredible ten weeks, and has since become a nightclub and party staple worldwide. Since then, the Florida rapper, whose infectious, radio-friendly style who has dropped a string of winning singles with big stars such as Nelly Furtado, Kesha, Sia and many more.

Aaron Lewis at Black Oak Mountain Amphitheater

Aaron Lewis

Aaron Lewis is a founding member and the frontman of the popular rock band Stained and a Grammy Award-nominated songwriter. See him live this year as he takes to the road around the US as a solo artist performing his own country-influenced material. Not to be missed for fans of this very talented musician!

Big Head Todd and the Monsters at Gillioz Theatre

Big Head Todd and the Monsters

Formed in 1986 Big Head Todd and The Monsters (or BHTM) hail from the mountainous state of Colorado. Although they're now on a worldwide platform, BHTM music still encapsulates the heart of the rocky mountains, with their fast-paced rock leaving fans dancing all night long! Don't miss your chance to see them live when they hit the road in their new tour!

Josh Turner at Black Oak Mountain Amphitheater

Josh Turner

Hold onto your Stetsons, charming country crooner Josh Turner is heading out on a US tour! The singer and actor's rise to stardom started with breakout single 'Long Black Train' in 2003 and culminated in Billboards' biggest hit of 2012, 'Time Is Love'. His 2018 album 'I Serve A Saviour' landed at No. 2 on the US Country Charts with the title single being the eighth top ten appearance on Billboard's Top Country Albums Chart for the multi-platinum-selling singer.

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