John Conlee
Saturday, May 21, 2022
Doors: 6:00 PM Show: 7:45 PM
Johnny's Steaks and Bar-Be-Que
301 Thomas Arnold Rd.
Salado, Texas 76571
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John Conlee at Johnny's Steaks & BBQ in Salado, TX

May 21st - Gates Open at 6pm 

  • $20 - Advance GA ($25 Day of Show)
  • $30 - Reserved Seating
  • $250 - SOLD OUT - Reserved Table for 6 (Back Table) - Located behind the Lawn Seating Area
  • $300 - SOLD OUT - Back Table for 6 - Tables will be assigned in order of purchase
  • $400 - SOLD OUT - 2nd Row Reserved Table for 6 - Tables will be assigned in order of purchase
  • $500 - SOLD OUT - Front Row Reserved Table for 6 - Tables will be assigned in order of purchase

  • Event Information:
    • All Ages Require a ticket for this show.
    • No Re-entry Policy.
    • No Outside Chairs Allowed
    • Clear Bag Policy Enforced.
    • Outdoor Event - Rain or Shine - No Refunds.
    • Johnny’s Outback is a Cash Only Venue with ATM’s available
    • All Events are RAIN or SHINE - NO REFUNDS

All events are Rain or Shine - No Refunds unless Refund Protection is purchased at checkout. Please see our Refund Policy for more details.

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John Conlee is a lot like the songs of which he sings. He lives a domestic life with his wife gale and three children, Rebecca, Jessica and Johnny. During the past two decades, John Conlee has achieved a level of success that he has sustained by simply being himself and by making records that the listening public can relate to. H is a gifted entertainer, but he’s not into the glitz and hype of the entertainment world. He’d rather spend his “off the road” time working on his 32 acre farm outside of Nashville, or engaging in his woodworking and gun-smithing hobbies.

Born and raised in Kentucky farm country, John Conlee grew up plowing fields, slopping hogs, harvesting grain, raising tobacco, and tending cattle. He began his crusade to save the family farm system several years ago, performing a concert in Omaha, Nebraska in June 1985 as a benefit for the National Farmers Organization. When Willie nelson announced his plans for the Farm Aid concerts, John called and offered his services. John Conlee has since been part of 9 Farm Aid concerts, which have raised 13 million dollars to aid the family farmer.