Concerts at the Plaza
July 6 @7:00PM
John Conlee is a country music icon and has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1981. During John Conlee’s near 40 year career in Country Music, he has brought to audiences such classic songs as: 'Rose Colored Glasses' (John's signature song), 'Friday Night Blues', 'Backside of 30', 'Common Man', 'Miss Emily's Picture', 'I Don't Remember Lovin' You', and more. Overall, there have been over 30 single releases throughout the years with 26 of them charting in the top 20 or better. Eight of those 26 have reached the coveted No. 1 spot on the national country charts.
Jenny Lu's Country Revue
July 15 @ 7:00PM
Join us once again as Jenny Lu's Country Revue hits the stage this summer! Featuring Jenny Lu and special guests, will be Allen Hilbert, Christy Miller, Colton Kise, and Kathryn Thomas. Kellie McKay from NASH Icon will emcee the show. It will be another great Country Legends Show.
with special guests Isaac
August 11 @ 8:00PM
Zach Williams wears many hats from husband and father to church staff and worship leader.
Most recently, Grammy Nominee with his No. 1 song "Chain Breaker". Zach is no novice to the music industry. He had spent a majority of his life traveling with various bands. It was while on the road that the Lord grabbed a hold of him and he decided to leave the rock star life behind.
His personal testimony of receiving freedom in the Lord is so beautifully reflected in his debut single “Chain Breaker”. The song came from a place of wanting to reach people who had been struggling and it undoubtedly has. Over the course of it’s release in the summer of 2016, an influx of stories have been shared on his various social media pages by people who have experienced the life changing power of broken chains.
Lee Ann Womack
August 24 @ 7:30PM
When progressive traditionalist Lee Ann Womack dug into her roots, she found herself connecting harder than ever. The Way I’m Livin’, her first album in 7 years, earned two rounds of Grammy nominations – 2015 Country Album of the Year, 2016 Best Solo Country Vocal Performance and Country Song for “Chances Are” – as well as nods for the Americana Music Association Album and Artist of the Year.
The East Texan has sung for Presidents, the Concert for the Nobel Prize and Maya Angelou’s Celebration of Joy Rising. More importantly, the Grammy-winner has built a career seeking songs that slice life wide open to let the pain, the emptiness, the rage and the desire pour out.
A Country Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year, she’s also won the prestigious Album of the Year for There’s More Where That Came From, plus a pair of Single of the Years for “I May Hate Myself in the Morning” and “I Hope You Dance.” I Hope You Dance sold over 6 million albums; the title track topped multiple charts in multiple formats around the globe.