Clint Black Announces Cypress Bayou Casino Show

After releasing his debut album in 1989 entitled ‘Killin’ Time’ Clint Black has established himself as one of the biggest stars in country music today. His latest album “When I Said I Do” was released in 2013 featuring some of Black’s favorite ever country music songs.

Since the release of the aforementioned album Black has been on a slew of North American tours, and has recently announced his latest dates. Starting in June, Black will play 11 dates throughout the United States and Canada. He will begin in Fort Worth on June 6 and finish up in Jim Thorp, Pennsylvania on October 15.

It’s by no means a hectic tour, as the 11 dates will span a total of 4 months. However, Black recently announced his most intriguing show of the tour; on June 13 he will play the Pavilion at Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel. It’s a venue that Black has never played before and is looking forward to the show immensely.

It’s a show Cypress Bayou Casino is also looking forward to as Nancy Herrington, the Director of Marketing told PR Web, “We are excited to host one of country music’s most talented stars. Clint Black is legendary in the country music scene and we are sure he is going to put on a great show for our guests, as he has done for so many others in his career.”

Herrington also went on to enthuse about how the live entertainment part of the business is now thriving at the Pavilion. The venue is loved by the locals and musicians that have had the pleasure to perform there – it’s such a great place to watch music. Luckily for the Cypress Bayou Casino it has profited from its creative management team and didn’t succumb to the impact that online casinos had on the industry when they were launched through flagship website InterCasino nearly 20 years ago. Management foresaw the market share online portals would command and thus began to create strategies to find alternative ways to increase revenues. One of which was to expand their live entertainment options through the revered Pavilion.

Now the Pavilion not only showcases acts like Clint Black but also state boxing as well as The Beach Boys who will play the venue as part of their upcoming 50th anniversary tour on May 24.

Tickets for the show are priced at $35 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster. For further details on entertainment listings, visit the casino’s official website here.


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