Sat
Feb
8
Aaron Watson
Saturday, February 8, 2020
Doors: 6:00 PM
Brownwood Coliseum
500 E Baker St
Brownwood, Texas 76801
Venue Map

Aaron Watson with Kyle Park and Triston Marez at the Brownwood Coliseum

February 8th - Doors Open at 6:00, Show at 7:00PM


  • $25.00 - Upper Level GA Seating (First come First Served)
  • $20 - Cooler Pass
  • SOLD OUT - Pit Tickets
  • SOLD OUT - Reserved Floor Seating
  • SOLD OUT - Club Level Reserved Seating

Cooler info:
  • Must be 21 & older to bring in & consume alcohol (wristband is required)
  • Beer & wine only - No liquor
  • No glass containers
  • Cooler charge is $20/cooler (Cash only)
  • Cooler size must be no bigger than 12” tall x 18” long x 15” wide
  • All coolers will be searched prior to entry (please allow extra time)
  • Any non-compliance of the above can result in being asked to leave concert
  • No other outside food/drinks (water/soda/food will be sold on-site)

All Ages Show, No Outside Food or Drink, No Refunds

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Aaron Watson

Aaron Watson’s career is perhaps summed up best by Forbes, who says he’s "one of country music’s biggest DIY success stories."

For the past 20 years, Watson has achieved success on his own terms, hand-building a lauded career through songwriting, relentless touring and more than a dozen self released albums. His independent Texas spirit and strong work ethic are emblematic of the western lifestyle; virtues which have taken him from humble honky-tonks of Texas to multiple sold-out tours around the world.

In 2019 he released Red Bandana  — "his most ambitious album yet" (Taste of Country) —whose 20 songs were hailed by The Boot as "a pure expression of his traditional country ethos.”

This unprecedented acclaim follows Watson's previous album, Vaquero, whose Top 10 hit "Outta Style" earned a BMI Millionaire award, and The Underdog, the first independent album in the history of country music to top the Billboard Country Albums chart.

With a dozen additional records under his belt, Watson is exceeding major-label-sized metrics while maintaining his independence, further galvanizing his "Texas country's reigning indie underdog" (Rolling Stone) brand.  "There may be no more genuine singer-songwriter at the moment than Watson," says Texas Monthly, pointing to a self-made businessman, chart-topper, and road warrior whose authenticity has made him a country music staple.