Larry the Cable Guy to perform at Beaver Dam Amphitheater


The Beaver Dam Amphitheater has just announced another exciting new event for its 2022 season. Larry the Cable Guy will bring his Visit Stay Seated on site on Saturday August 6. And, as funny as Larry the Cable Guy is, the concert will have special meaning for fans across the region. A portion of the ticket sales will benefit victims of the December 10 tornadoes here in western Kentucky.

Tickets for the event go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, December 22 at 9 a.m. CST. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to a relief fund for victims of the devastating storms that hit our region just over a week ago. 100% of the funds disbursed will go directly to those affected. More than fifty homes have been lost in Ohio County alone. Of course, Ohio County is home to the Beaver Dam Amphitheater, which uses this show as an opportunity to rally with these owners and neighbors.

Larry the Cable Guy recently had a Netflix special called Stay seated and it serves as the inspiration for his 2022 tour. There is a comedy album of the same that came out in April 2020 and you might have seen Larry on the Fox show. The masked singer, where he recently competed under the name “Baby”.

Larry the cable guy Visit Stay Seated stopping at Beaver Dam is part of what promises to be an epic 2022 season sponsored by First United Bank & Trust.

While tickets for Larry the Cable Guy go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, there is an exclusive presale opportunity that begins Tuesday, December 21 at 9 a.m. CST. To receive the presale code, you must subscribe to the Beaver Dam Amphitheater newsletter at

Tickets are available in Tables reserved in the lower arena for four, General entrance to the lower arena and Higher level general admission. Of course, those Tables reserved for four include dedicated table service for food and drink and contactless payment. From these seats, you can order food and drink (including beer) from your phone. General entrance to the lower arena tickets include a seat for the event. Higher level general admission the seats allow guests to watch the show by bringing their own lawn chairs or blankets.

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