Tickets: $55.00 • $47.00 • $39.00
Reserved Seating • Member Discount
Ticket price shown includes Historic Preservation Fee.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED – SEE DETAILS BELOW
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FROM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2020 to THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2021
The Joe Nichols show scheduled for November 14 has been rescheduled due to current State of Michigan Safe Start Phase 4 theatre house capacity restrictions. The new date for the Joe Nichols show is Thursday, May 27, 2021.
The following ticket policies apply to the rescheduled show:
1. If you purchased tickets to either of the previously scheduled Joe Nichols’s show dates (August 15/November 14), hang on to your tickets as they will be honored for the new May 27, 2021 date.
If you are unable to attend the rescheduled show you may:
1. Donate the cost of your tickets to the Calumet Theatre, a 501(c)(3) non-profit. We truly appreciate your support!
2. Receive a voucher for an upcoming show of your choice equal to the dollar amount of your original purchase.
3. Receive a refund.
For a voucher or refund (or to make a donation) stop by or call the Theatre box office Noon-5p Wednesday-Friday at 906-337-2610.
We apologize for any inconvenience & look forward to seeing you May 27 for Joe Nichols!!
Joe Nichols – Thursday, May 27 – 7:30 p.m.
Center Stage Series Presenter: Lake Fanny Hooe Resort & Campground
Special Opening Act: Chad Borgen & The Collective
Joe Nichols is a certified hitmaker, racking up six #1s and eight Top 10s, including chart-topping modern classics like “Brokenheartsville,” “Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off,” along with “Yeah” and “Sunny and 75.” He’s a three-time Grammy® nominee, an ACM, Billboard, CMA, and CMT Award-winner.
Growing up around friends who were into anything but country, he was different. Nichols was pulled in by the realness of singers like Merle Haggard and Marty Robbins, Don Williams, Keith Whitley, and George Strait, and that connection would inform his whole career. “Hopefully the stuff we’re doing lasts a lot longer than today’s typical country record,” he says. “But I think the irony is that retro sounds are actually what’s fresh and new right now. All we had to do was what felt natural.”