Two of Nashville’s Hottest New Stars Coming to Turning Stone This Fall
A busy concert season is coming to Central New York as Turning Stone Resort and Casino announces another country concert coming this fall. Two of Nashville's hottest new stars will hit the stage October 30 at 8 pm.
Turning Stone just announced Old Dominion for a two night engagement on October 21 and 22. And now comes word as two of Nashville’s hottest new stars, Jimmie Allen and Matt Stell will arrive at the Events Center just eight days later.
ABOUT JIMMIE ALLEN
Jimmie Allen, a Delaware native, made history as the first black artist to debut with back-to-back #1 hits, “Best Shot” and “Make Me Want To.” Jimmie will spend the summer as part of Brad Paisley's 2021 Tour. The two artists are climbing the charts with the new song, "Freedom was A Highway."
ABOUT MATT STELL
It's easy to spot Matt Stell in a crowd, he stands 6'7." He played college basketball on a scholarship for four years at Drury University. A medical mission to Haiti prompted him to apply and get accepted into Harvard. But just as classes were set begin, Matt was offered a record deal and decided to follow his love of music. His first two songs, "Prayed For You" and "Everywhere But On" both hit the top of the charts.
TURNING STONE CONCERT DETAILS
The show is October 30, tickets are on sale now and range from $25 to $65. You can purchase them in person at the Turning Stone Box Office, by calling 877-833-SHOW or 877-833-7469, and online at Ticketmaster.