Country and bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs will soon hit the stage for his first all-country headlining set in over 20 years.
The celebrated 63-year-old artist is set to perform at the Nashville Palace in Nashville, Tenn. on Sept. 2. After the death of bluegrass legend Bill Monroe, who Skaggs first played with at the age of 6, Ricky dedicated his time to making sure the genre would live on. Although he has played thousands of bluegrass shows over his career, Skaggs is now ready to reconnect with the country hits that catapulted him up the charts during the 1980s.
Fans can expect to hear his No. 1 hits “Heartbroke,” “Country Boy,” “Honey (Open That Door)” and “Don’t Cheat In Our Hometown.”
If you’re itching to see this historic show, you still have a chance. Tickets are currently on sale from $20-$200 here, but you’ll want to act quick. The Nashville Palace is one of the Music City’s longest running country venues and is the place where Randy Travis first got his start as a singer.