It continues the tradition with this year’s lineup. This time, it’s heavy on country music – though there is some pop, rock and disco in the mix, too. The big news here is probably Huey Lewis and The News, which plays the casino Aug. 10. The “Heart of Rock and Roll” band has long been part of the cultural zeitgeist, for those who have seen “American Psycho” anyway.
The lineup also includes country singer Lee Ann Womack (July 15); the gambler himself, Kenny Rogers (July 27); American Idol-ist Scotty McCreery (August 26); disco-icons KC and the Sunshine Band (Sept. 2) and bad-to-the-bone rocker George Thorogood (Sept. 23).
The series kicks off June 16 with Montgomery Gentry, the country duo best known for hits like “Something To Be Proud Of” and “If You Ever Stop Loving Me.” Tickets for the show are $30-$40 and available online or by phone at 866-973-9614. Tickets to all of the concerts are on sale now.