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Best Shows Jul 18 - Sep 18

in Jackson

Martin Lawrence at Mississippi Coliseum

Martin Lawrence

Martin Lawrence, the original Bad Boy of comedy, is gearing up for the release of his long-awaited sequel 'Bad Boys: Ride or Die' with Will Smith, set for general release in summer 2024. But the actor/comedian/singer isn't resting on his laurels until that happy day, as he's hitting the road this year for the 'Y'all Know What It Is! Tour,' his first tour in 8 years. Outspoken on subjects such as relationships, family, and vocal opposition to police brutality, Lawrence's raw style shows no sign of mellowing as we head into the new year. Be warned - this comic takes no prisoners at his shows!

Lauren Daigle at Brandon Amphitheater

Lauren Daigle

Grammy award winner and multi-platinum selling sensation Lauren Daigle heads out on her first-ever headlining World Tour! This highly anticipated world tour will see Lauren present an all-new stage production and setlist, since the release of her award winning album 'Look Up Child'. Born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana, Hillsong alumnus Lauren Daigle grew up absorbing the gospel, blues and cajun music of her upbringing and wound up fusing her own music with the eclectic blend of genres.

Paw Patrol at Mississippi Coliseum

Paw Patrol

Forget Thunderbirds! Every child knows that if you're in need of rescue, you call Paw Patrol. The hugely successful Nickelodeon show follows the adventures of a group of brave canines, led by German Shepard Chase and tech-savvy 10-year-old Ryder, who make it their mission to help anyone in need. In 2016 Paw Patrol headed out on its first ever live action stage tour - and now the fun continues year after year! Expect to see all your favorite characters brought to life with the help of great costumes, video projections and upbeat music taken from the programme.

Creed and 3 Doors Down at Brandon Amphitheater

Creed and 3 Doors Down

Two of the biggest rock bands in the world and iconic leading names of the 90s and 2000s post-grunge and alt-rock movement, Creed and 3 Doors Down, share the stage together around the country this fall! The huge 'Summer of 99'?' tour hits the arenas this summer, followed by Creed's 'Are You Ready' tour! With support from 3 Doors Down and more!

Joe Bonamassa at Thalia Mara Hall

Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa is the guitarist's guitarist. A master of the blues, Bonamassa easily ranks alongside the more well known Clapton or Jeff Beck. Such was his prodigious talent that he supported B.B. King at the tender of age of twelve in 1989, and was christened by King as "one of a kind." Since then, he's played with anyone who is anyone and released a formidable catalogue of studio albums.

Parker McCollum at Brandon Amphitheater

Parker McCollum

Austin-born singer-songwriter Parker McCollum is relatively new on the scene, releasing his debut album, 'The Limestone Kid', in early 2015. But don't let that fool you - he's swiftly become one of country musics' ones to watch. Make a date to see this rising star live on stage and discover what makes him such a special new sound.

Jordan Davis at Brandon Amphitheater

Jordan Davis

Country pop star Jordan Carl Wheeler Davis, known as Jordan Davis is hitting the road this summer on the 'Damn Good Time' tour in support of his February release Bluebird Days'. The trek will be heading across the US stopping at big cities like Atlanta, Columbia, New York, Las Vegas and many more. Special guests Gabby Barret, Greylan James, Kameron Marlowe, Dylan Marlow, Avery Anna, Danielle Bradbery, Connor Smith, amongst others will join Davis.

Night Ranger at City Hall Live

Night Ranger

All throughout the decade of decadence, San Francisco rockers Night Ranger rode high with a string of successful albums and singles, with their first five albums selling over 10 million copies across the globe. Straddling the worlds of hard rock and glam metal, they provided an anarchic soundtrack to the big hair generation, solidifying their here-to-stay status with the release of their seminal soaring power ballad 'Sister Christian' in 1984.

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