Following a long line of County Music superstars performing at Hempstead Hall in Hope, it was officially announced Tuesday afternoon that Travis Tritt will be performing in Hope on Friday, April 6.

Following a long line of County Music superstars performing at Hempstead Hall in Hope, it was officially announced Tuesday afternoon that Travis Tritt will be performing in Hope on Friday, April 6.
In a prepared statement, Hempstead Hall Director Dolly Henley said, “Travis Tritt is an icon in the entertainment industry and someone we’ve been working to book for some time. He has many country music followers in the region.  We’re looking to pack the house in April.”
Over the past two years, some of County music’s very best artists and legendary performers have taken the stage at Hempstead Hall, including Trace Atkins, Ronnie Milsap, Joe Diffie, Clint Black and Sara Evans.
Henley added, “Although we are several months from April, it’s a good time to think about stocking stuffers whether it’s tickets to see Travis Tritt in April or 38 Special in February or to bring the family to see Dreams on Ice in January, Hempstead Hall has entertainment for everyone.”
A well-established star the past 25 years, Tritt is a two-time Grammy award-winning artist and four-time CMA winner, and he emerged on the Country scene as part of the fabled “Class of 89,” which included Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, and previously mentioned, Black, who just performed at Hempstead Hall on August 4.
Tritt’s hit songs include “Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde,” “Here’s A Quarter,” “T-R-O-U-B-L-E,” “Lord Have Mercy on the Working Man,” and “It’s A Great Day To Be Alive.”
Henley said that tickets are available now at hempsteadhall.com or by calling 870.722.8565.