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June
3rd

Lawson Bates Live in Concert

Time
7:30pm - 9:00pm

Come enjoy an intimate family friendly evening with Lawson Bates and his band in concert at the Lanning Family Farm (i.e. Blackberry Meadows) in Thompson’s Station, TN just outside Nashville.

VIP Tickets (Click Here to Purchase)
– General admission ticket to the show
– Pre-show group Q&A with Lawson and his band before the show at 5:45pm CT
– First entry to the venue at 5:30pm CT
– Autographed Vinyl “American Dream”
– Exclusive 2022 Lawson Bates t-shirt
– 20% off coupon code for all web store merchandise on LawsonBates.com

Premium Tickets (Click Here to Purchase)
– General admission ticket to the show
– Early entry to the venue at 6:45pm CT
– Exclusive 2022 Lawson Bates t-shirt
– 10% off coupon code for all web store merchandise on LawsonBates.com

General Admissions (Click Here to Purchase)
– Doors open at 7:00pm CT
– Concert begins at 7:30pm CT

Concessions will be available.

Parking Limited: Car Pooling Appreciated

Restrictions: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Vaping Products are prohibited on the property.

If you have questions or need special assistance please email us at orders@thelanninghouse.com or call us at 615-414-3867.

About Lawson:

Lawson currently lives in Nashville, but grew up in a rural East Tennessee town called Rocky Top in the beautiful foothills of the Smoky Mountains. His latest album “American Dream” is out February 24th, 2022 and can be listened to and downloaded on all music platforms.

His first album “Freedom Sure Ain’t Free” is available now along with his other album “What Country Means to Me” featuring his hit songs “Past the Past,” “I Will Always,” and “I’ll Love Again.” Lawson’s other popular singles available are “One + One,” “The Way I See You,” “Song For a Girl,” and “If I Ever Lost Your Love.”

He is the 4th child of 19 biological siblings, which his family has a television show called Bringing Up Bates on the UP television network. Lawson’s childhood was a pretty simple life: hard work in the family tree business, church every Sunday, a load of farm chores, and a summertime lawn company he started on the side to make a little money. He spent most of his free time hunting, fishing, heading to the ranch for some trail riding, or singing and playing music with family and friends. Lawson considers himself “rich” in the things that matter most: big love, strong family relationships, and most importantly, faith in Jesus Christ as His Savior.

RESTRICTIONS:
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Vaping Products are prohibited on the property.

1725 Barker Road
Thompson's Station, TN 37179
(615) 414-3867