POSTPONED REO Speedwagon
November 2 @ 7:00 pm
Event update 7/9/2020: The REO Speedwagon concert postponed to Monday, November 2nd, 2020 at the Owensboro Sportscenter has been rescheduled to Monday, November 1st, 2021. Previously purchased tickets for the original date will be honored for the new date. For those unable to attend the rescheduled date, refunds may be requested through August 8, 2020 by contacting Caleb Farkas at Caleb.Farkas@SpectraXP.com.
Legendary rock band REO Speedwagon is coming to the Owensboro Sportscenter on Monday, November 2 at 7:00 PM. Opening will be SixForty1.
Please note previously purchased tickets for the Saturday, April 18, 2020 show will be honored for this date.
-Reserved Floor Seating: $99
-Reserved Wooden Chair-Back Seating: $79.50
-Reserved Side Bleacher Seating: $59.50
-Reserved End Bleacher Seating: $39.50
Purchase Tickets Online at OwensboroTickets.com here.
Looking for premium aisle seating?
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–*Please note premium aisle seat locations are $10 more per ticket
REO Wheels Are Turnin’ Package:
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$199 VIP Package Includes:
-One Premium Reserved Floor Seat (Within the first 10 rows)
-Specially designed REO Speedwagon raglan tour shirt (exclusive to packages only!)
-REO Speedwagon pin set
-REO Speedwagon USB lanyard
-REO Speedwagon collectible coin
-Commemorative tour laminate
*Please note additional processing fees apply to all package and ticket sales.
VENUE AND EVENT INFO:
Parking: $10 (cash only) in the Owensboro Sportscenter parking lot.
Concessions: The Owensboro Sportscenter offers the sale of soft drinks, pizzas, hamburgers, hotdogs, and many other concession items as well as alcoholic beverages (must be 21 to purchase alcohol and must show valid ID).
About REO Speedwagon: Formed in 1967, signed in 1971, and fronted by iconic vocalist Kevin Cronin since 1972, REO Speedwagon is a band where the main constant over the decades is a never-ending desire to give their all to their fans, year in and year out. Today, fully established with songs on the radio in every city and town they ever set foot in, REO Speedwagon still has that Midwest work ethic. The band has gone on stage and in the studio to work– dozens of albums, thousands of concerts, and countless radio spins. Their eyes have always been on the future and on the road – not a year has gone by where REO Speedwagon didn’t perform live, thrilling fans with hit filled sets.