*Tickets are non-refundable.* Your ticket reserves a seat(s) in our Performance Lounge and you will be able to choose your table upon arrival. We will begin seating tables in order of check-in. Our full menu is available before and during the show.
$20 per person food & beverage minimum. Large Parties: If you are part of a large party and would like to sit together, you can either purchase all tickets under the same name or email us at [email protected] so we can plan for multiple parties joining each other. Our Performance Lounge can accommodate tables for up to 6 guests. For your convenience, each table will be presented one bill at the end of the show that includes a suggested 20% gratuity. Our policy is that we do not split individual checks, but will accept up to two cards per table.
Ty Herndon has lived a life and career of extreme highs and lows and for the first time brings his full journey from darkness to light and back again to his music with JACOB, a new album of highly personal songs touching on themes ranging from addiction, recovery, and mental fitness to lost love, self-discovery and personal freedom.
Herndon burst onto the country music scene and made his chart debut in 1995 with “What Mattered Most,”which became his first No. 1 song and garnered a Song of the Year award (Music Row Magazine). It was also the title track to his first album, which debuted on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and had the biggest first-week shipment in the history of Epic Records Nashville.
Between 1995 and 2002, Herndon charted 17 singles, including his three No.1s and numerous top 10 hits, such as “I Want My Goodbye Back,” “Loved Too Much,” “A Man Holding On,” and “Hands of a Working Man.” He topped the charts in 1996 with the single “Living in a Moment” and again in 1998 with “It Must Be Love.”
In 2014, Herndon became the first major male country artist to publicly come out as gay in an exclusive with People magazine. He received an outpouring of support that only strengthened his relationship with fans and the country music community, all while expanding his reach to new and diverse audiences. Shortly after, he made history when he hosted a first-of- its-kind country music event, The Concert for Love and Acceptance, now an annual event that provides a stage for LGBTQ and ally artists.
In 2020, Herndon found himself back at No. 1 — this time on iTunes with his remake of “Orphans of God,” a collaboration with Kristin Chenoweth and Paul Cardall featured on his holiday release, Regifted. JACOB is his first album of all new music since 2016’s House on Fire. Grammy-nominated and Dove Award winning, Ty’s voice is stronger than it’s ever been, and he’s using it to make a difference. In 2020, he created the Foundation For Love & Acceptance to further his work on behalf of LGBTQ acceptance and lends his time and talent to MusiCares, which has supported Ty through his own struggles and supports those in the music industry with a safety net of services. In 2022, he joined Pivotal Moments Media as a Brand Ambassador and as the first artist signed to the organization’s new record label, Pivotal Records.