*THIS SHOW IS 21+ – NO EXCEPTIONS. EACH guest must present a valid ID for admittance.
*Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE.
For GOLD and SILVER seating, you are assigned to a specific table, but not a specific seat. Seats at that table are on a FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED basis. No standing will be allowed in the Gold or Silver sections.
For GENERAL seating – tables and chairs are located on the outside of dance floor. There are NO assigned seats. Each table and chair are on a FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED basis.
Tickets are $5 more day of show. Ticket price includes a $4 facility charge, does not include sales tax and service fees.
For questions, email us at [email protected] or call us at the Ticket Office 763-478-6661. All dates, prices, times, and bands are subject to change.
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One of the longest-running groups in country music, The Oak Ridge Boys started life as a gospel quartet before gradually modernizing their style and moving into secular country-pop. Their existence dates all the way back to World War II, circa 1942-1943, when a Knoxville, Tennessee group began performing gospel songs in nearby Oak Ridge, the home of an atomic bomb research facility. Their sound is one of the most distinctive and recognizable sounds in the music industry. The four-part harmonies and upbeat tempo of The Oak Ridge Boys have spawned dozens of Country hits and a number one pop smash, earning them Grammy, Dove, CMA, and ACM awards and garnered a host of other industry and fan accolades. Every time they step before an audience, the Oaks bring four decades of charted singles, and 50 years of tradition, to a stage show widely acknowledged as among the most exciting anywhere. And each remains as enthusiastic about the process as they have ever been.
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