Bryce Leatherwood

Friday, October 18th | 7:30 p.m.

Just weeks after graduating college in 2022, singer/songwriter Bryce Leatherwood competed on the hit NBC television show “The Voice” and was crowned the Season 22 winner. Since bringing the title to coach Blake Shelton, he has played in every one of Blake’s Ole Red establishments.

Following his success on “The Voice,” Leatherwood moved from his hometown of Woodstock, Georgia, to Nashville, Tennessee, where he has been songwriting and recording. Last October he released his first single, “The Finger,” a humorous song about an ex who left him behind. (“She got the ring, and I got the finger.”) In February he released his second single, “Neon Does.” Leatherwood also continues to perform live shows, including opening several tour dates for Dwight Yoakum.

The 23-year-old baritone is working to become country’s next major artist and plans to release his first full-length album this year. Leatherwood hopes to continue the legacy of his favorite classic country artists such as George Jones, Merle Haggard, and Conway Twitty.

Tickets on sale Wednesday, June 19th at 10:00 a.m.

Tickets: $50 – 75
Premium Seating: $100*
*Premium seating includes seats in the first 4 rows (A-D) center section, plus pre-concert meet and greet.

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