Country rocker Will Hoge and Band now set to take the stage at the historic Astra Theatre on Saturday, August 15.

Will Hoge and his band will be rocking the Jim and Pat Thyen Performance Stage on Saturday, August 15.

(This is a rescheduled date due to the postponement of the original event, scheduled in May, from the COVID containment response.  All tickets purchased for that show will still be honored for the new date.  Refund requests may be submitted via Eventbrite or by emailing

Hoge performs a mix of country, southern rock, and Americana songs, and the Grammy nominated artist has a very impressive resume that he will putting on display for all those in attendance.  The music will kick off at 7:30 pm EST with Darrin Bradbury warming up the stage. Bradbury has a unique ability to blend satire into his folk songs in an effort that can result in some humorous lyrics.

Tickets are on sale now via Eventbrite here.  Reserved seating tickets on the main floor and balcony are $25 with a $40 VIP option. The VIP ticket includes preferred parking in the Matrix parking lot, a $5 concession voucher, and a 30 minute pre-show meet-and-greet with the artist.

Hoge has recorded multiple albums, his latest being My American Dream, and each provides an authentic portrayal of real life. He proves to be a truly empathetic artist as he puts himself in someone else’s shoes when writing. Furthermore, Hoge places great importance on the freedom to stand up for his convictions and put them into his music when the time calls for it. He co-wrote “Even if it Breaks Your Heart” which was recorded by the Eli Young Band. This song reached #1 on the country charts, and it received Grammy, CMA, and Academy of Country Music nominations for best country song of the year. 

Music legends have also realized Hoge’s abilities, as he has toured with the likes of ZZ Top, Shinedown, Dierks Bentley, Jason Isbell, John Mellencamp and many others. In addition, Hoge has played at the Grand Ole Opry multiple times, and in his first performance, country legend Vince Gill played guitar and sang background vocals for a couple of songs.