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Gary Allan at Johnny's Steaks and Bar-Be-Que in Salado, Texas

Gary Allan at Johnny's Steaks and Bar-Be-Que in Salado, Texas

Saturday, June 22, 2024
Doors | 6:00 PM
Johnny's Steaks and Bar-Be-Que
301 Thomas Arnold Rd.
Salado, Texas 76571
About this Event:

Gary Allan

Saturday, June 22nd - Gates Open at 6pm

  • $45 - GA ($50 Day of Show)
  • $75 - Pit (Standing Room Only)
  • $750 - Reserved Table of 6 (Tables are Stage Side not in front of stage)

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Venue Information:
  • Underage Drinking Strictly Prohibited, All Violators will be Removed from Venue without Refund and Prosecuted!  
  • All Persons Under the age of 18 Must Be Accompanied By an Adult.  No Exceptions!  Minors will NOT be Allowed to Enter and will NOT Receive  a Refund.  
  • Valid Texas Drivers License or Military ID Must be Presented at the Gate.  Pictures or copies will NOT be Accepted.  
  • NO Outside Alcohol allowed!  Violators will be Removed from Venue without Refund. 
  • No Pocket Knives Allowed.
  • No Pets Allowed.  
  • All Ages Require a ticket for this show.
  • No Re-entry Policy.
  • No Outside Chairs Permitted.
  • Clear Bag Policy Enforced.
  • Johnny’s Outback is a Cash Only Venue with ATM’s available.
  • Outdoor Event - Rain or Shine - No Refunds 

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Price: $45.00 - $750.00
Ticket Type Price Quantity
General Admission $45.00
Reserved PIT - SRO $75.00
Reserved Table of 6 $750.00
“I ain’t really happy,” sings Gary Allan on “Get Off on the Pain,” the down-home masterstroke that begins and provides the name for his new MCA Nashville collection, “until the sky starts driving rain.” Unhesitatingly frank, mercilessly guitar-crazed, it’s the rocked-out country confession of a smart guy drawn to what the rest of the world calls wrong roads and long shots, or complains of as aching bones and stubbornness, or — as Allan sings in a spectacular stretch of drawn-out soulful vowels — underestimates as dark horses. And as the California-born superstar releases his eighth studio album, it’s about the most Gary Allan piece anyone could imagine.

“That’s, like, very autobiographical,” Allan understates, talking about the song. “I feel like I’m living that right now. It’s got a lot of life in there for me: It represents the relentless quality of life on the road. You’ll never hear me singing about tractors or farms, just because I don’t know anything about that stuff. Wrong roads and dark horses I know about. Still, I think the pain can get to be some kind of a positive for me because it connects to everything I’ve ever dreamed of. While it’s relentless, it’s confirmation of the actual existence of this big musical drama, the result of the dream.”

That dream, for Allan, was to become exactly what he has become over the course of a lifetime in the field: a singer and songwriter forever cognizant of country music’s rough and storied past yet never wholly enslaved by its stylistic or social traditions. As a teenager performing in California, he skipped the bars that didn’t want to hear him play George Jones music; as a Nashville artist, he never worried about rocking things out or missing an awards-show red carpet. “It’s almost become a challenge to get into this town. But I’m also really comfortable with where I am, being slightly on the outside.” Allan always has developed and continued to refine his own tattooed power and finesse.