ARLINGTON, Texas – 1369 Entertainment is excited to return once again to the historic Arlington Music Hall for its 2023 season. After an incredible 2022 season of shows that included Suzy Bogguss, Henry Cho, Linda Davis, Ty Herndon, Chad Prather, and others, 2023 promises to be our most exciting year yet! Country hitmakers Lee Roy Parnell, John Berry, The Frontmen (Larry Stewart of Restless Heart, Richie McDonald formerly of Lonestar, and Tim Rushlow formerly of Little Texas), and Confederate Railroad, as well as comedians Cam Bertrand and Myles Weber, are guaranteed to entertain every fan. Bluegrass award-winning duo, Darin & Brooke Aldridge as well as several tribute shows including Rise Against The Machine, Texas Clearwater Revival, Seger System, and Moses Snow as Elvis are scheduled to appear. 1369 Entertainment continues to add more shows to the schedule and will announce more shows in the coming weeks.
“Arlington Music Hall is home for us,” says Casey Gibbs of 1369 Entertainment. “Ever since we did our first shows with T. Graham Brown and Ronnie McDowell back in 2010, it’s been home base! The sound in the venue is incredible and nearly every artist that performs here comments on it. With seating just over 700, there’s not a bad seat in the house and everyone can enjoy the top-notch entertainment with an incredible unobstructed view.”
1369 Entertainment’s 2023 Concert Schedule:
MAR 17 – Cam Bertrand (TICKET INFO)
MAR 18 – Moses Snow (Elvis tribute) (TICKET INFO)
APR 06 – John Berry with Austin Montgomery (TICKET INFO)
APR 15 – Brandon Davis (TICKET INFO)
MAY 19 – Lee Roy Parnell with Hillary Stanton (TICKET INFO)
JUN 02 – RICOCHET (TICKET INFO)
JUN 08 – The Frontmen with Carson Peters (TICKET INFO)
JUN 23 – Confederate Railroad with Brody Caster (TICKET INFO)
JUL 01 – Rise Against The Machine (Rage Against The Machine tribute) (TICKET INFO)
JUL 07 – Texas Clearwater Revival (Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute) (TICKET INFO)
JUL 22 – Seger System (Bob Seger tribute) (TICKET INFO)
JUL 28 – Myles Weber (TICKET INFO)
AUG 25 – Darin & Brooke Aldridge with Riley Gilbreath and Lone Star Blue (TICKET INFO)
DEC 09 – Johnnie High’s Country Music Revue Christmas (TICKET INFO)
To view Arlington Music Hall’s full concert schedule, visit HERE.
About The Arlington Music Hall:
The Arlington Music Hall has a rich history and has always been ‘the place to go’ for entertainment. Opening in 1950 as a movie theatre, the feature film ‘Sea Biscuit’ starring Shirley Temple. The movie premier was followed by a memorable on-stage performance by a local band ‘The Flying Ranch Hands’ who later became known as ‘The Light Crust Dough Boys’. Today, the marquee sign and a remnant of the original curtain, displayed in the hospitality room, are tributes to the history of this great venue.
In 1994, Johnnie High, a singer, musician, songwriter, and businessman purchased the Theatre to relocate the Johnnie High’s Country Music Revue. The Johnnie High’s Country Music Revue was a weekly variety show to showcase local talent; Old and young. Over the years, Johnnie High’s Country Music Revue opened the door for many famous people such as LeAnn Rimes, Lee Ann Womack, Shoji Tabuchi, Blake Shelton, Gary Morris, Box Car Willie, and many others.
After 31 years, Johnnie High’s Country Music Revue shuttered. The Music Hall was purchased and renovated in 2009 by Burk Collins, a local developer, and country music fan. This acquisition played a significant role to continue the history of the Music Hall – along with the revitalization of Downtown Arlington. More than $6M of capital was paid to renovate the Music Hall and re-development Center Street, adding popular restaurants such as Babe’s Chicken Dinner House.
In 2015, a group of local business owners lead by Cary Moon purchased the Arlington Music Hall complex. A non-profit 501c3 promotes concerts and brings top artists to Arlington year-round. It is our pleasure to welcome you and we hope that you enjoy your live entertainment experience at The Arlington Music Hall.