Viral music sensation Oliver Anthony is coming to town! The talented singer-songwriter whose huge hit “Rich Men North of Richmond” topped numerous charts, is set to perform at the Beaver Dam Amphitheater in May 2024.

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OLIVER ANTHONY SET TO PERFORM IN BEAVER DAM

Country singer-songwriter Oliver Anthony's life has changed a lot over the last several months. The humble singer rocketed to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Songs chart over the summer. Since then, he's been touring, writing music, and soaking in his sudden success. Now, he's coming to THE DAM!

Heath Eric, a promoter with The Eric Group, said, “We are thrilled to present Oliver Anthony at The DAM. This will be one of the biggest shows in our region next year and continues our tradition of bringing some of the most exciting and relevant names in the music business to Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Tickets are incredibly affordable, just $25 GA up to $45 for a seat at a reserved front-row table. If you want to experience this show and a historic, likely record-breaking, night at The DAM, get your tickets ASAP. They won’t last long.”

Oliver Anthony with his Out of the Woods tour is coming to Beaver Dam on Saturday, May 4th, 2024.

Beaver Dam Amphitheater
217 South Main Street
Beaver Dam, Kentucky 42320

TICKET INFO

*Fan Club & Venue Presale: Thursday, November 16, at 10:00 am CST*
Presale ends Thursday, November 16th, at 10:00 pm CST

*Sign up for the email newsletter at BeaverDamAmp.com to receive the Venue presale password.

General Public On Sale: Friday, November 17 @ 10:00 am CST
*Tickets start at just $25 per person
*4-ticket limit per transaction
*No Comps / No Passes

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