Tracy Lawrence

Tracy Lawrence has made a name for himself in the country music world with multiple No. 1 hits, including “Sticks and Stones “ and “Time Marches On.” Tickets go on sale Friday and will cost between $50 and $150.

Tickets go on sale Friday for honky-tonk hero Tracy Lawrence’s June 30 debut at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.

With more than 13 million records sold, 18 No. 1 hits and a stack of accolades from the Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music, Lawrence has left his indelible impression on country music fans worldwide.

His 1991 Atlantic Records debut scored a No. 1 hit with “Sticks and Stones,” and his 1993 sophomore album, “Alibis,” won him his second chart-topper plus the Top New Male Vocalist honor from the association. His career-defining hit, “Time Marches On,” went double-platinum, and Lawrence has stuck to his path as one of country music’s most dependable hit-makers ever since. To mark his 30th year in the country spotlight, this April he released “Stairway to Heaven, Highway to Hell,” the first of a three-volume collection titled “Hindsight 2020” that will showcase 30 songs from throughout his career.

Lawrence visits Jackson Hole for the first time, his full touring band in tow, fresh from a performance at the Grand Ole Opry. General admission tickets on up to a limited number of VIP seats go on sale at 10 a..m. Friday for $50 to $150 at

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