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The upcoming Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo will be held from January 12, 2024 through February 3rd at Dickies Arena, and the musical guests are just as exciting as they take the stage at the Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium in the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. This year's acts include performers from multiple genres that bring an incredible legacy to the annual Auditorium Entertainment Series.

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The first FWSSR headliner is Sammy Kershaw on Friday, January 12th.

Sammy Kershaw's career features several platinum albums and top 10 hits. Almost unbelievable that he only has one number 1 hit with She Don't Know She's Beautiful.

The 2nd FWSSR headliner is Old Crow Medicine Show on Thursday, January 18th.

Old Crow Medicine Show's signature hit remains Wagon Wheel that began as something Bob Dylan tinkered with in the early 70s. The band recently celebrated 25 years, and has become an Americana staple.

3rd FWSSR headliner is Trace Adkins on Friday, January 19th.

Trace Adkins began his career as a regional Ark-La-Tex artist before moving onto Nashville to become a major concert draw. His career has now spanned 30 years with the last 20+ an additional career in TV and film.

4th FWSSR headliner is Smokey Robinson on Saturday, January 20th.

Smokey Robinson would be a legend if he had only been a song writer or singer. Thankfully we were blessed to have him as the author of over 4,000 songs and vocalist of countless hits and gold and platinum records.

The 5th FWSSR headliners are Pam Tillis and Little Texas on Thursday, February 1st.

Pam Tillis made a huge splash when her debut album on Arista Records, Put Yourself In My Place landed 5 singles on the charts from 1990-1992.

Little Texas formed in Nashville, and to this day are best known for their signature hit God Blessed Texas.

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