Country music artist, Cody Johnson will be making his way to Evansville in 2022!

We are finally seeing a lot more concerts being announced since all of them were shut down due to the pandemic. Recently, we have seen such stars as George Strait, Eric Church, Reba, and Brooks & Dunn make their way to the Ford Center, and the concerts don't stop there. Later this year, Jason Aldean and Thomas Rhett will both bring their tours to the Ford Center. However, the concert announcements keep coming. We have yet another HUGE show coming to Evansville that we know you won't want to miss.

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Cody Johnson Coming To The Ford Center In Evansville

As announced today by the Ford Center, rising country artist, Cody Johnson will be bringing his tour to the Ford Center on November 11th. Johnson burst onto the country music scene with his smash hit, "On My Way To You", in 2019.

Cody Johnson is currently climbing up the charts now with his latest single, "'Til You Can't", which really showcases the former amateur bull rider turned country music star's powerhouse vocals.

Coming along with Johnson will be another powerhouse vocalist in country music, Randy Houser. He's had several hits that I am excited to hear live again when he returns to Evansville including: "Boots On", "Running Out Of Moonlight", and "Like A Cowboy".

Cody Johnson Ford Center Concert Ticket Information

Not much information regarding the concert has been given other than the date itself, at this time. The Ford Center says that tickets will go on sale soon, so be sure to follow them on social media with all of the latest updates regarding this show.

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