The Justin Moore & Tracy Lawrence performance previously rescheduled for September 24, 2020 has moved to Saturday, May 8, 2021. All previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new date, no new ticket purchase is needed. Justin Moore has built a loyal fan-base over the past decade with his traditional country sound and captivating live shows. This past April, Moore released his fifth studio album Late Nights and Longnecks, with the lead track from the LP, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” which was co-written alongside Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill and producer Jeremy Stove, and climbed the country radio charts. Moore’s previous project, Kinda Don’t Care, earned the singer his third consecutive No. 1 album debut and features his chart-topping singles “You Look Like I Need A Drink” and “Somebody Else Will.” The Arkansas native spent three years putting the project together, which served as a follow up to his second No. 1 album release, the Gold-certified Off the Beaten Path. Moore holds seven No. 1 singles under his signature white cowboy hat including “Point at You” and “Lettin’ The Night Roll” as well as seven Top 10 hits and Platinum-certified albums Justin Moore and Outlaws Like Me. The Valory Music Co. recording artist has earned multiple ACM, ACA and ACC Awards nominations as well as an ACM Award win. He has shared the stage with Hank Williams Jr., Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert and Brantley Gilbert and is currently traversing the country on headlining cities coast-to-coast. Moore relishes being onstage, where, even in the glare of the spotlight, he's able to connect with fans and show them he's just like them. "One of the things I hear most often after shows is, 'Man, you're so normal.' I guess people have this idea that, if you have any small amount of fame or success, you're supposed to be some kind of freak show or superhero. But I'm the same guy I was before I signed a record deal. When I look in the mirror," he says, "I still see Justin." Justin Moore, a guy who, despite what is emblazoned on his strongest album yet, really does care. About his fans, his family and, especially, country music. "Everyone growing up has dreams," says Moore. "Mine just happened to come true."