Trace Adkins returns to the Branson stage! For one night only, you can see the popular country singer with the commanding presence -- at 6’6” he’s a towering man, but it’s that deep, rich baritone that can both croon with the best of ‘em, and rock out with the rest of ‘em! Adkins’ has enjoyed a number of hit songs, including those that held the top spot on the country charts -- “(This Ain’t) No Thinkin’ Thing,” “Ladies Love Country Boys,” You’re Gonna Miss This,” and the song he recorded with another tall dude,“Hillbilly Bone,” a big hit for Trace and Blake Shelton. The list of other Adkins’ hits includes “I Left Something Turned On at Home,” “Songs About Me,” “Hot Mama,” “I’m Tryin’,” “The Rest of Mine,” “Every Light in the House,” and the colorful and creatively titled, “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” the song that let us know he could really rock a catchy tune, and keep his sense of humor intact at the same time!
Trace Adkins hasn’t been content to just sing; he’s stretched his wings by doing a bit of acting -- he was memorable as a rough, tough biker in the feature film, The Lincoln Lawyer, starring Matthew McConaughey, and equally as captivating as the wise tattoo artist in the movie, Mom’s Night Out, that starred Patricia Heaton, Sean Astin, and Sarah Drew. And it took a bit of both those characters to help Trace hold his own on All-Star Celebrity Apprentice; he came out the winner, but more importantly, he raised a big pot of money for the American Red Cross. Wounded Warrior Project is another charity that’s near and dear to Trace Adkins; he serves as their spokesman, including making impassioned pitches on television on behalf of these heroes -- men and women recovering from injuries sustained while protecting the freedoms we all cherish. In addition to the acting, he’s a published author -- his autobiography, A Personal Stand: Observations and Opinions from a Freethinking Roughneck, recounts the former oil-rigger’s rise to music fame, brushes with death, and personal struggles.
Helpful Hints/Additional Information
- Trace Adkins will appear at the Welk Resort Theatre.
- The theatre can be found at 1984 MO Highway 165.
- The performance is scheduled for October 19, at 7:00PM.
- The theatre has special seating for the disabled, and a circular driveway in front of the lobby for easy passenger drop offs.
- There is a concession area and large gift shop in the Welk Resort Theatre lobby, as well as a full-service restaurant.
- Trace Adkins’ performance will be family-friendly and suitable for all ages.
- PLEASE NOTE: Tickets for this special limited engagement show are sold as non-refundable.
A brilliant baritone singer, a gifted actor and author, a genuine humanitarian, and charming to boot! Make sure you’re in Branson on June 30 and settled into your seat when the one, the only, the captivating country singer known as Mr. Trace Adkins, takes the stage!