At the Hall of Fame’s Woodward Theatre the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band is set to take the stage on Sunday evening. Some really good seats are still available to see the iconic band.

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After more than 50 years on the road, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band returns to Owensboro this weekend! I still love their music and watching them on stage is so much fun. Although they haven't put out any new music, it just doesn't matter. Their iconic American roots sound still resonates with fans today, including me. They still sound as good today, if not better. You'll get to hear them up close and personal for yourself when they come to the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum where there isn't a bad seat in the house.

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Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in Owensboro

You'll be singing along and dancing in your seat when the band hits the stage at the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum on Sunday, October 26th, 2021. The Grammy-winning band will play all of your favorites from their diverse setlist. If you like a mix of folk, country, and light rock music, you'll enjoy two hours' worth starting at 7 PM. The Hall of Fame’s Woodward Theatre will come alive with "Fishin' in the Dark" and "Modern Day Romance", which were both #1 hits for the band. When they cover "Mr. Bojangles" which became the group's first hit, peaking at No. 9 on Billboard's all-genre Hot 100 chart, with 36 weeks on the chart, you'll be on your feet. They truly can sing anything and make it sound so great. It's going to be a show that you won't soon forget!

Reserved seating is $58 (plus applicable taxes). Doors will open at 5:00 PM.

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