The Beaver Dam Amphitheatre just announced another exciting new event for its 2022 season.  Larry the Cable Guy will bring his Remain Seated Tour to the venue on Saturday, August 6th.  And, as funny as Larry the Cable Guy is, the concert will hold extra special meaning for fans in the area.  A portion of ticket sales will benefit victims of the December 10th tornadoes here in western Kentucky.

A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to a relief fund for victims of the devastating tornado in December.  100% of the funds donated will go directly to those impacted.  There were over fifty homes lost in Ohio County alone.  Of course, Ohio County is home to Beaver Dam Amphitheatre, which is using this show as an opportunity to rally around those homeowners and neighbors.

Larry the Cable Guy recently a Netflix special called Remain Seated and it serves as the inspiration for his 2022 tour.  There's a comedy album of the same which was released in April of 2020 and you may have seen Larry on Fox's show The Masked Singer, where he recently competed as the "Baby."

The Larry the Cable Guy Remain Seated Tour stop in Beaver Dam is part of what's promising to be an epic 2022 season sponsored by First United Bank & Trust.

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Tickets are available as Lower Arena Reserved Tables for Four, Lower Arena General Admission and Upper Level General Admission.  Of course, those Reserved Tables for Four include dedicated food and beverage table service and touch-free payment.  From those seats, you're able to order food and beverages (including beer) from your phone.  Lower Arena General Admission tickets include a seat for the event.  Upper Level General Admission seats allow guests to attend the show by bringing their own lawn chairs or blankets.


Listen During the Afternoon Drive Home with Dave Spencer Monday, August 1st, through Friday, August 5th, to win tickets to the show. Listen for the Larry the Cable Guy cue to call, and be caller #92 when you hear it!



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