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KAMERON MARLOWE: Keepin’ The Lights On Tour

Sunday, September 29
Doors: 7pm // Show: 8pm
$30 to $125 before fees
w/ support from Jake Worthington

One of Nashville’s most exciting up-and-coming voices, Marlowe has indeed been through some changes recently, from adapting to a new life on the road to breaking through with the Platinum-certified single “Giving You Up” and touring alongside some of country music’s biggest stars. That journey is reflected in the sixteen songs of his sophomore album, Keepin’ the Lights On, from the introspection of “On My Way Out” to the romantic turmoil of “Strangers.”

“I grew a lot mentally,” says Marlowe of the album’s emotional range. “I had a lot of hard stuff on my plate and I had to learn to be a little stronger and not take things so personally all the time. I learned how to fall back in love—getting engaged and fixin’ to get married—after going through a situation I wrote about on the last record. I’ve lived a lot of life in the past few years that really opened my mind to some new ideas.”

The scope and maturity of the album establish Marlowe as a true force in today’s country music—a triple-threat singer, songwriter, and performer blazing his own path, marked by his distinctively soulful and resonant vocals. And it hasn’t taken him long to find a following, having already racked up almost 900 million career global streams.

Born in Kannapolis, North Carolina, Marlowe grew up singing in church and formed a band in high school. After leaving college to help support his family, he began uploading performances online and started gaining traction. He subsequently moved to Nashville and released “Giving You Up” independently; when the song—written by himself after his girlfriend broke up with him, right before he was planning on proposing—went viral, Marlowe landed management and songwriting deals and eventually signed with Sony Music Nashville.

Kameron Marlowe Meet & Greet Experience

  •         One General Admission Ticket
  •         VIP Early Entry Into The Venue
  •         Meet & Greet + Photo 
  •         Exclusive Acoustic Performance
  •         Collectible Signed Tour Poster
  •         Official VIP Laminate
  •         Merchandise Shopping Opportunity Before General Doors

If you or a member of your party require ADA seating, please call us at 417-863-9491 to reserve your seats.

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Tickets for this event are general admission in the Orchestra and reserved seating in the Balcony. Call Ticketing Services at 417-863-9491 with any questions.

The Historic Gillioz Theatre was built in 1926. Balcony seating is closer together than Orchestra seating. If you or a member of your party is tall or require more leg room, we advise purchasing Orchestra level seating.


There is NO outside food or drink permitted in the theatre.

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