CMA’s 2021 New Artist of the Year, Jimmie Allen takes the stage at the Seneca Casinos Outer Harbor Concert Series on Thursday, September 4, 2022 with special guests Neon Union.
Country Music Association’s 2021 “New Male Artist of the Year” award winner Jimmie Allen takes the stage at the Seneca Casinos Outer Harbor Concert Series. Allen’s debut album, Mercury Lane, released in late 2018 featured his first official single “Best Shot” which made it on the Hot Country Songs and Billboard Hot 100 lists. Mercury Lane also featured hit single “Make Me Want To.”
Allen followed up the success of Mercury Lane with his July 2020 collaboration project, Bettie James, which further established Allen as Country’s next superstar. The star-studded seven-track project combined his deep love of family and genre-spanning taste in music. Named in honor of Allen’s late grandmother, Bettie Snead, who passed away in 2014 and his late father, James Allen, who passed away in 2019, Allen hand selected artist that touched the life of Allen, his grandmother and father in some way, allowing their legacies to weave seamlessly throughout Bettie James. The wide array of hitmakers include Brad Paisley, Charley Pride, Darius Rucker, Mickey Guyton, Nelly, Noah Cyrus, The Oak Ridge Boys, Rita Wilson, Tauren Wells and Tim McGraw.
Please note, the following items are prohibited at the Outer Habor Concert Series:
- – Guns, knives or weapons of any kind
- – Illegal substances and paraphernalia
- – Backpacks, drawstring bags, large purses/totes (all bags/wallets must be 12″x12″ or less)
- – Outside food and beverage, including coolers
- – Professional cameras and video recording equipment/devices
- – Glass bottles
- – Laser pointers
- – Air horns
- – Fireworks
- – Umbrellas
- – Selfie sticks, tripods, or monopods
- – Bicycles (the venue encourages ride-sharing and bicycles may be secured in bike racks in front of venue; please bring your own lock!)
- – Animals, unless registered service animal (documentation required)
- – Any other items deemed dangerous or inappropriate by venue/security staff
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