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LOCASH :: Back Waters Stage

LOCASH :: Back Waters Stage
LOCASH’s top hits include: “I Love This Life” and “I Know Somebody” along with their newest hit “Feels Like a Party” climbing the charts. The duo was nominated for New Vocal Duo or Group of the Year as well as Vocal Duo of the Year on the 2018 ACM Awards.

Creating a sound that fuses modern Country and classic heartland rock with an edgy vocal blend, Wheelhouse Records’ LOCASH is the Country music duo made up of singer-songwriters Chris Lucas and Preston Brust; natives of Baltimore, Maryland, and Kokomo, Indiana, respectively. With two albums and eight charting singles to their credit, LOCASH broke out in 2015 with their gracious GOLD-certified hit, “I Love This Life," followed by the flirtatious GOLD-certified #1 smash, “I Know Somebody” –their first trip to the top of the Country radio airplay charts –and 2017’s fun-loving romantic anthem “Ring on Every Finger.” All three singles were part of their album, THE FIGHTERS, which was released in the summer of 2016 to Top 15 success. In 2017, theyearned their first round of awards show recognition, nominated at the ACM Awards for New Vocal Duo or Group of the Year, the CMT Music Awards for Duo Video of the Year (“I Know Somebody”), and the CMA Awards for Vocal Duo of the Year.Their latest single, the Top 30 “Feels Like A Party,” is the pair’s first release with their new label, BBR Music Group/BMG.

With Special Guest: Jay Allen
Small town Iowa native, Jay Allen, made his move to Nashville in 2013 and very quickly gained attention from the country music industry. He signed his first pub deal in 2014, and teamed with Sony/ATV in 2016. In 2017, Jay was honored as “The Highway Find” on Sirius XM with his song “Sounds Good To Me.” In 2018, Jay went viral after releasing a song he wrote for his mother who suffered from Alzheimer’s titled, “Blank Stares.” With over 125 million views on Facebook and 200K followers on social media, his story has been featured worldwide across media platforms such as People, Forbes, ABC World Nightly News, and Pickler & Ben, among others. Him and his band “The Stallions” are touring the country, and alongside The National Alzheimer’s Association, have helped raise over $30 million for the charity. With the hype around his emotional story, Jay has gained recognition around the world, creating opportunities to open for well known acts such as Jake Owen, Granger Smith, Josh Turner, Rodney Adkins, Chris Lane, LoCash, William Michael Morgan, and Dylan Schneider, among others.

With Special Guest: Levi Riggs
“From the very beginning, my dad always said he knew I was musical.” For those that know Levi Riggs, have heard his music, or have seen him perform, there’s a clear and seemingly effortless talent innate to the Indiana native.  Despite that talent, it’s taken the singer several years and a number of fortuitous occasions to find his place in music. Now, with several releases and hundreds of show under his belt, the singer’s path has never been more clear.

With a transient childhood that included homes in Indiana, Minnesota and Texas, Levi’s love for music started young. “I always stood next to my Grandma in church. She’d follow the tenor line in the hymnal with her finger, and that’s how I learned to read music. Everything’s more contemporary now. Back then, it was all about parts. We all had our parts.” It wasn’t until a relocation to Amarillo that Levi fully tapped into music. “My first concert was Shenandoah. From that point on, I was hooked.”

His new-found love transitioned through a family move back to Indiana, where Levi - now in fifth grade - quickly found a place for his talents. “I came back with a bit of an accent - and several hats and pairs of boots. There were some girls that wanted to do a line dance for their school convocation, so I learned John Michael Montgomery’s ‘Sold’ to accompany them.” But it was at the encouragement of his father that Levi’s true talents for performance shined.

Tickets start at $39. Receive a free drink with each Turpin Dodge VIP ticket. Children 10 and under receive free general admission access. Event held rain or shine. Tickets are not refundable. Ticket prices increase three weeks prior to the show. Ticket prices and lineup subject to change.