Oak Ridge Boys to play a 2nd show at The Cowboy on July 12

JACKSON, Wyo — For the first time in the 83 year history of The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, unprecedented demand for concert tickets has led to a second night being added.

The Oak Ridge Boys announced that they will now appear at the iconic honky-tonk for TWO nights, with the addition of a Sunday, July 12 show. This show will begin at 8 p.m. with doors opening at 7 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 26 at 10 a.m.

After the news got back to Nashville that the Oaks’ July 13 show had sold out in a record five minutes, lead singer, Duane Allen, reached out to The Cowboy to say the group was willing to add a second night if schedules permitted.

“We were already excited to be coming to Jackson Hole for the first time,” said Allen. “But this is even more fun! We’ve missed singing during the past few months of lockdown, and it looks like the good folks in Jackson Hole are ready to get out and have fun as well. We can’t wait to get there and to sing some Oak Ridge Boys songs for them.”

In accordance with the Wyoming State Health Order, and with guidance from the Jackson Hole Health Department, the Sunday night show will also be a sit-down show with very limited seating, creating what talent buyer, Justin Smith, calls “an unprecedented opportunity to witness a ‘listening show’ from these legends in this legendary venue.”

Tickets for the July 12 show are $40/seat for General Admission, $100/seat for Cowboy VIP Lounge and $125/seat for Cowboy VIP Premier. Tickets will be available online only at cowboybarjh.com beginning Friday, June 26th at 10 a.m.

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Million Dollar Cowboy Bar

Wyoming's landmark watering hole The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is located on the town square in the heart of Jackson

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