Updated 5/19/20 at 2PM:
Due to concerns regarding COVID-19 and in an effort to do our part to protect our community, both Jon Pardi concerts, originally scheduled for Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13, have been rescheduled to Thursday, December 10 and Friday, December 11.
All current tickets for Friday, June 12 will be valid for the new date of Friday, December 11.
All current tickets for Saturday, June 13 will be valid for the new date of Thursday, December 10.
A note from the BBT Ticketing Manager
If you would like a refund, for any of the events that were changed to new dates, you will need to email email@example.com requesting a refund. Automatic refunds are only done in the event of a complete event cancellation.
For efficient processing, you will need to include the following information in your JON PARDI refund request: an order confirmation number & order name
Please allow up 10 business days to see refunds return to your account.
At this time, there will be no additional ticket exchanges made for these shows.
While we try to navigate what concert capacity will look like in the future, we are pausing the sale of new tickets for the rescheduled Jon Pardi dates. As soon as we have a clear indication from government officials on the number of guests we can have in our venue, we will address additional ticket sales.
We look forward to welcoming Jon Pardi to Billy Bob’s Texas on Thursday, December 10 and Friday, December 11. We offer a one of a kind experience in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards! While you’re here check out the Honky Tonk Kitchen, Billy Bob’s gift store, and live bull riding!
Jon Pardi at 10:30 PM on the Main Stage
House Band at 8:00 PM on the Honky Tonk Stage
Doors Open at 6 PM
For fans of Thomas Rhett, Brantley Gilbert, Dustin Lynch, Easton Corbin
About Jon Pardi
Jon Pardi is a traditional country singer, bred in the West Coast honky tonks, and he won’t apologize for chasing the dream on his own terms. It might be considered contemporary cool to inject country songs with programmed drums, rap phrasing, and poppy melodies. But Pardi isn’t worried about what’s trendy. He’s more concerned with making country music that will last. His music is stocked with classic Nashville melody, blue-collar lyrical themes and authentic country instrumentation – real drums, loud-and-proud fiddles, and tangy steel guitar.
Ushered into the world on the same label that launched Buck Owens and Merle Haggard, Pardi has found a whole chain of believers in his mission: the dedicated band behind him, the foot-stomping fans with cold beers at the foot of the stage, and a label that knows Pardi’s “throwback” sound is really made for these times.