Welch, Minn. (March 11, 2019) A great country line-up of Reba McEntire with Gone West featuring Colbie Caillat, local band Home Free and country newcomer Rachel Wammack will be part of the 2019 Summer Concert Series LIVE! At the Treasure Island Amphitheater. The concert is slated for August 17.
One of the most successful female recording artists in history, Reba has sold over 56 million albums worldwide and is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Hollywood Bowl of Fame. She has won 15 American Music Awards, 13 ACM Awards, 9 People’s Choice Awards, 7 CMA Awards, 2 Grammy Awards and ACM Career Achievement Honor and is one of only four entertainers in history to receive the National Artistic Achievement Award from the U.S. Congress.
Reba’s reign of #1 hits spans four decades and Billboard, Country Aircheck and Mediabase recognize her as the biggest female hitmaker in country music history. A few of her multi-platinum albums include; Rumor Has It, For My Broken Heart, What If It’s You, Read My Mind and many more.
American singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat, whose debut album, Coco is certified double-platinum and her song “Lucky” won a Grammy Award, has made a transition to county music. Gone West featuring Colbie Caillat is a new quartet with members Justin Young, Nelly Joy and Jason Reeves. The group debuted their four-track EP Tides, in January 2018 which features the songs, “Gone West,” “This Time,” “Home Is Where The Heartbreak Is,” and “Confetti.”
The sensational country a cappella vocal group Home Free will be joining this night of country music. Home Free became a household name, amassing more than 225 million YouTube views and entertaining more than 350,000 people live in concerts since bursting on the national scene in 2013 by winning The Sing-Off.
Rachel Wammack the 23-year old native from Alabama describes her sound as the trifecta of country, soul and adult pop. Wammack is poised to be country music’s next breakout artist. Her self-titled debut EP was released on April 6, 2018 and features the singles, “Hard To Believe,” “Closure,” “My Boyfriend Doesn’t Speak to Me Anymore,” and “Damage.”
One night of exceptional country music played under the stars that you will not want to miss!
Tickets for this show go on sale Friday, March 15 at 10 a.m. Tickets for this show will be $139, $89, $59, $42.50 and $32. For tickets visit www.Ticketmaster.com or come to the Island Box Office to purchase your seats. The show begins at 7:00 p.m. All attendees must be 12 years of age or older and fans ages 12 to 17 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
The Prairie Island Indian Community owns and operates Treasure Island Resort & Casino, Mount Frontenac Golf Course and the Dakota Station. Treasure Island is the only casino in southern Minnesota located on the Mississippi River. The property features more than 2,200 slots, 44 table games, poker room and a 550-seat high stakes bingo hall. Treasure Island’s 788-room hotel is the second largest hotel in Minnesota and includes The Lagoon water park, Wave Spa, Island Xtreme Bowl, arcade, convention center and various restaurants. The property also includes a 2,800-seat event center, 16,000-seat amphitheater, 137-slip marina, a 95-site RV park, and a 125-passenger cruise yacht and Kids Quest child care. For more information visit www.TIcasino.com