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Best Shows Oct 1 - 31

Dear Evan Hansen at Juanita K. Hammons Hall

Dear Evan Hansen

Following its hugely successful run at Broadway's Music Box Theater, this darkly comic musical is touring across the country once more. The six-time Tony-winning, poignant and thought-provoking production has received rave reviews from critics for its unexpectedly touching portrayal of misunderstood youth, young love, and the search for acceptance, with a score from the composing team behind 2017's Academy Award-winning La-La Land, Benj Pasek, and Justin Paul.

Dusty Slay at Gillioz Theatre

Dusty Slay

Dusty Slay, born in Alabama, rose from a trailer park to comedy stardom. Known for his Netflix special "Workin' Man" and appearances on late-night TV, Slay's humor resonates with a touch of Southern charm. He's also now a successful podcast host. Make sure to catch Dusty live on his current string of dates!

Bluey's Big Play at Juanita K. Hammons Hall

Bluey's Big Play

A brand new adaptation of the award-winning children's TV series! See your favourite character, Bluey, come to life on stage in this vibrant and educational production. Colourful sets and imaginative puppetry will ensure this original story is memorable for young audiences, particularly if it's their very first theatre experience!

Nurse Blake at Gillioz Theatre

Nurse Blake

A nurse with a background in healthcare isn't who you usually go to see in concert, but with social media, anything is possible. Blake Lynch, better known as Nurse Blake amassed a large online following due to his comedic videos providing insight into the nursing profession. He has also been the pioneer of campaigns including 'Nurses Support Their Young' and 'Banned4Life' which challenged the FDA blood donor policy that excluded gay and bisexual individuals.

ZZ Top at Black Oak Mountain Amphitheater

ZZ Top

Influenced by the likes of Johnny Lee Hooker and Muddy Waters, Rock & Roll hall of famers ZZ Top infuse their classic blues riffs with the spirited, often humorous pursuit of worldly pleasures. Look no further for catchy tunes about fast cars, sharp clothes and good times... and of course the iconic (and pretty incredible) facial hair.

Little River Band at Gillioz Theatre

Little River Band

An Australian rock band hailing from Melbourne, who took their name from a road sign for the Victorian township of Little River, Little River Band has found success in both Australia and the USA and have since gone on to be hugely popular throughout the world. Enjoy an unmissable evening with the group as they bring the live show to you this year!

Jelly Roll at Great Southern Bank Arena

Jelly Roll

Nashville native rapper JellyRoll saw his music career kick off in 2010 when his track "Pop Another Pill" with Lil Wyte received over 1 million hits on YouTube. Two years later, he released his debut "The Big Sal Story" and "Whiskey, Weed & Waffle House" in 2013, which famously landed him in a court case with the popular restaurant chain. Today, the rapper has 18 albums under his belt and is preparing to hit the road on the Beautifully Broken tour!

And That's Why We Drink Podcast at Gillioz Theatre

And That's Why We Drink Podcast

Brought together by their mutual love of true crime stories, paranormal mysteries and boxed wine, LA twenty-somethings Christine Scheifer and Em Schulz launched their hilarious 'And That's Why We Drink Podcast' in early 2017. Over the course of just two short years, they have amassed a fervent fan base consisting of tens of thousands of Facebook and Instagram followers. Experience their sparky black comedy live and in the flesh during their live podcast tour.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy at Gillioz Theatre

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

Journey back to the golden era of swing with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. Theirs is a world populated by sharp-suited mobsters and high-class dames, and it's an impossibly cool sound which has seen the band's popularity just keep on rising in the three decades since forming in California in 1989. Their catchy name comes from a meeting vocalist and guitarist Scotty Morris had with blues legend Albert Collins, who signed an autograph from 'The Big Bad VooDoo Daddy'!

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