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Pat Green

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$27.00
Date
Thursday
October 25, 2018
Time
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Location
The Rustic (map)
3656 Howell St.
Dallas TX 75204

Join us for Pat Green live at The Rustic with special guest Grant Gilbert.

General Admission – $27 (Advance) / $35 (Day-of Show)
VIP – $60
Meet & Greet – $150

VIP tickets include:
  • Separate VIP entrance
  • Access to a reserved VIP lounge with optimal view of the stage
  • Access to private VIP area with optimal view of the stage and a private cash bar 

Meet and Greet Tickets Include:

  • Pre-wristbanding at the Official pre-party in the party patio in the front yard of The Rustic starting at 5pm
  • Meet & Greet: exact time will be communicated by October 19th 
  • Private VIP entrance at The Rustic front glass doors
  • Access to the VIP side stage lounge
  • Passed appetizers provided by The Rustic in the VIP lounge PRIOR to show start time (Rustic will provide apps until 8pm)
  • (1) signed poster per ticket purchased
  • Meet and Greet with Pat Green Rules:
    • The in-house photographer takes the m&g photos only (no cell phone photography will be permitted)
    • Photos will be taken in groups the tickets were purchased in
    • Meet & Greet photos will be posted to The Rustic Dallas Facebook page after the show

About Pat Green:
Pat Green has finally come full circle -- and all the way back Home.

After rising through Texas' college-town and dancehall scene years ago, Green earned himself major-label support in Nashville and became the poster child of Texas music for a whole generation of fans. His list of achievements includes over 2 million albums sold, three Grammy nominations and a sold out Houston Astrodome.

But after releasing six albums in eight years, sending singles like "Wave on Wave" and "Let Me" up the charts, touring with powerhouses like Kenny Chesney and Keith Urban and dealing with accusations of "selling out," the meat grinder of mainstream stardom proved to be too much. He was spent.

"I felt so much pressure during the years I was with the big record labels to put out a record almost every year," he explains. "There was a constant loop of having to be creative with new music, and that's just not my style. I like it to happen when it happens."

Now, after breaking the cycle for a three-year recharge, Green is back in his comfort zone and playing by his own rules again. His is new independent album Home is his first set of originals in several years, and directly speaks to the hardcore fans that have been with him since the beginning.

Featuring a mature country sound that is both modern and exposes his roots for all to see, his new tunes are full of ringing acoustic guitars, slippery steel and dobro, wailing fiddles and heartfelt, personal lyrics, making Home the return to form many fans have been waiting for.

"I'm very comfortable with this record, it came out exactly as I wanted it," Green says.

Produced by the all-star team of Jon Randall Stewart, Justin Pollard and Gary Paczosa, the album captures some of the unbridled energy of his first three self- released projects.

"It's not too over-the-top produced, and it's not bare bones," says Green. "It grooves well, you can turn it up or you can leave it down. It’s a very comfortable spot."

Of 13 new songs, Green co-wrote seven with big names like Scooter Carusoe, Liz Rose and Chris Stapleton, while six more were pulled from A-listers like Jessi Alexander, Brett and Jim Beavers, Chuck Cannon, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne.

According to Green his time off was very much needed, but even though he always intended to return, it still feels like a risk.

"There's a lot of fear, of course, and a lot of 'Is anybody interested? Has the landscape changed so much that I can't have an impact?'" he admits. "It's a mix of excitement and fear, but it’s a welcome challenge."

Mainstream country may have changed, but Green is back in his groove, back to loving and making music on his own terms and happier than ever. And that's a recipe for a comeback of epic proportions.

"I think I'm having the best year of my life," he says. "I feel happy and I feel smarter now. I look back and I wish I could go back in time and tell myself to slow down a little bit, but the truth is life is just enjoying the passing of time, as James Taylor says. There's a lot of drama and there's mistakes and you've gotta get through all of it to get to what you're looking for."

What he was looking for was right at Home all along.

VIP ENTRY
-- Use the glass doors at the front of The Rustic.  

TIPS for the show
-- ARRIVE EARLY: This event is majority standing room throughout the facility.
-- BRING CASH: we do accept credit cards at our main bars, but some pop up bars & beer tubs in Pat's Backyard are cash only.
-- RAIN OR SHINE
-- TICKETING QUESTIONS? 
Contact PreKindle Online Ticketing at www.prekindle.com.
-- PARKING: There is $10 limited parking at The Rustic (cash only). Additional self parking off-site at CityPlace (2711 N Haskell) with direct, underground tunnel access to The Rustic. 
-- RIDE SHARING is strongly suggested!

All Ages