Updated 3/16/20 at 4 PM:
Amid sweeping cancellations, Billy Bob’s Texas reschedules upcoming dates.
The BBT team has been working diligently with artists and their representatives to evaluate possible postponed or rescheduled shows. We are happy to announce that the upcoming Colter Wall concert has been rescheduled.
Colter Wall, originally scheduled for March 20, has been rescheduled for Thursday, November 19.
All current tickets are valid for the rescheduled performance dates. If you are unable to attend the new concert dates or have any questions regarding your tickets, please contact email@example.com with the concert name and ticket confirmation number if available.
Tarrant County Department of Health has declared a local state of disaster because of COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus. In the interest of public health, Mayor Betsy Price has said all events over 250 people are canceled effective today
Billy Bob’s Texas will respectfully and dutifully comply with this order. Beginning immediately, concerts and events happening between Friday, March 13 and Tuesday, March 31 will be canceled or postponed until further notice.
Ticket buyers for any canceled shows will be refunded at point of purchase. Ticket refund related questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
START 10:30 PM • DOORS 6:00 PM
$25 Reserved / $16 General Admission
About Colter Wall
Colter Wall is a Canadian singer-songwriter with a deep and knowing voice that you wouldn’t expect of a man who’s not yet 24 years old. He started learning guitar at the age of 13, playing the music of rock bands such as AC/DC, Black Sabbath, and Led Zeppelin. Later he became interested in old blues artists and then started to listen to folk music. As a folk singer, Wall places equal importance on crafting songs as well as carrying older songs into the present day. “To me, a folk singer is somebody who sings folk songs—and it’s also someone who is writing their own music while taking something from traditional folk songs. It’s somebody who sings those songs and is aware of passing down the traditions, whether it’s from their own version of the song or taking those old tunes and reinventing them.”