Aaron Lewis, the man behind the alternative metal band Staind, is returning to Turning Stone Resort Casino for an intimate acoustic country show.

Despite getting his start in the metal music world, Lewis is no stranger to the country music community. He's recorded with some of the greats, including George Jones, Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels, Alison Krauss, and Vince Gill. He's written even more hits for several other artists.

His latest album, Frayed At Both Ends, offers the hard touring/15-million selling workingman’s country star at his most personal and unplugged – making for an intimate record that reflects his 2023 acoustic tour.

Lewis is also no stranger to Turning Stone either. He's performed a number of times in the Showroom. Usually for two days since one always sells out. This time he'll be in the Events Center on Saturday, December 9.

Credit - Turning Stone
Credit - Turning Stone

Aaron Lewis Acoustic Tickets

Tickets for Lewis’ December 9th show in the Turning Stone Event Center go on sale Thursday, September 14 at 10 AM for TS Rewards Members. The public on-sale is Friday, September 15 at 10:00 AM.

Tickets will be available at Ticketmaster.com.

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Turning Stone has a series of legendary headline shows this year to celebrate its anniversary. And there are many more to come.

Friday, September 15: Multi-platinum superstar Carrie Underwood
Sunday, November 12: Comedy duo Steve Martin and Martin Short
Sunday, November 19: Holiday show with award-winning singer Kristin Chenoweth
Saturday, December 9: Multi-platinum singer Aaron Lewis

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