Concert was great,,10 rows from stage,great seats,,,BUT,,, if you’re there to get drunk,this should not be the place.. people in our row and the rows in front of us were CONSTANTLY taking turns getting up,crawling over everyone else to go and get beers. Two, three at a time going for beer runs. Up and down over and over and over. Those of us that wanted to hear the songs and see the band,having to get up and down for these people,were getting quite annoyed. If you want to get drunk and dance to the music while spilling beer all over everyone,,, then go to a bar and play the jukebox or a concert at a different kind of venue!!!! Having a drink or two before the concert is fine,like my wife and I had,but this behavior was just ridiculous !!!!
- Current Location
- 2/1/24Thursday 07:00 PMColumbus, OHThe BluestoneChris Cagle
- 2/9/24Friday 08:45 PMIndianapolis, IN8 Seconds SaloonChris Cagle
- 2/11/24Sunday 02:00 PMJackson, MSMississippi ColiseumDixie National Rodeo Featuring Chris Cagle
- 2/17/24Saturday 09:00 PMBaton Rouge, LATexas ClubChris Cagle
- 3/15/24Friday 08:00 PMDenver, COGrizzly RoseChris CagleOn partner site
Chris Cagle is exciting his country music and Southern rock fans during his tour through the United States in 2014. In fact, tickets have already sold out for some of his concerts, which feature his down-to-earth connection with his audience, funny stories, and many of his top hits. Concert attendees will laugh, cry, and rock to his songs. His first album, Play It Loud, came out in 2000 and achieved great success. The hit song “I Breathe In, I Breathe Out” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs, helping Play It Loud achieve gold-record status in 2002. His 2003 self-titled album was certified gold as well and reached No. 1 on the Top Country Albums, and the hit singles “What a Beautiful Day” and “Chicks Dig It" reached Nos. 4 and 5, respectively, on the US Hot Country Songs chart.
In 2004, Cagle was diagnosed with vocal cord problems that forced him to rest his voice for several months. He worked on his album Anywhere But Here (2005), which continued to showcase his hard country-rock style, and it was another smashing success. In 2008, Cagle released his fourth studio album, My Life’s Been a Country Song. It debuted at No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart, with the single “What Kinda Gone” peaking at No. 3 on the Hot Country Songs chart. In 2010, The album Back in the Saddle was issued in 2012 and peaked at No. 6 on the Top Country Albums chart. Fans will be able to hear his Top 15 single “Got My Country On” and other favorite songs highlighting his unique blend of country and rock during his tour. Everyone attending his concerts will enjoy his humorous anecdotes and the openness he shares with the crowd.
He is awesome every time we have seen him! A genuine guy!! Down to earth and so much fun to see live!!! One of our favorites!!!
It was amazing. Saw him 20 plus yrs ago and he is better now then ever. Always been a big fan. Bring him back soon. We all love him. AGE is just a number
Loved Chris Cagle! Great concert. Would go again if he comes back to Evansville IN. Sounded like he did back in the 90’ and early 20’. Want to hear more music from him!
He put on a GREAT show loved his interaction with the crowd !
One of the best concerts I’ve been too. He’s one heck of an entertainer, and YES he’s still got “it”. Don’t miss this one y’all
Chris Cagle sounded great and put on a hell of a show. Very happy he's back touring again. You won't be disappointed!
First time seeing Chris Cagle and we absolutely loved him! Had a blast!
This was an awesome concert! Engaging the whole time and the venue was great! Would go again!
Everything was great!!1 The dinner at the venue restaurant was great. The venue is very clean and well kept. The concert was awesome and enjoyable. Acoustics were fantastic. Chris was very friendly and energetic. Cannot wait to go again!!!!!!!