Show Announcements: Dwight Yoakam Coming To Mesquite In February And More

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Nothing goes together quite like country music and rodeo action. So with Dwight Yoakam coming to North Texas in February, what better place to perform than the Resistol Arena, home to the Mesquite Rodeo?

The country legend hasn't released anything since 2007's tribute to Buck Owens, but that isn't stopping him from touring. And if our sister paper the Houston Press is to be believed, he still puts on a great show. In fact, his November 21 show in Houston was so impressive it took not one but two reviews to adequately describe its greatness.

Catch him Friday, February 5. Doors are at 7 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets ($15-$60) go on sale Saturday, January 9 through TicketMaster and the venue.

After the jump, a few other show announcements...

American Airlines Center
Friday, March 19 -- Black Eyed Peas

The Granada Theater
Friday, January 15 -- Dana Harper (CD release), Billy Halliday, Josh Goode Band
Saturday, February 27 -- The Band of Heathens, Bruce Robison, The Trishas
Sunday, March 21 -- Matthew Good, Automatic Love Letter
Friday, April 9 -- The Big Pink, A Place To Bury Strangers

House Of Blues
Friday, January 29 -- Five Finger Death Punch, Shadows Fall, Throwdown, 2 Cents
Friday, February 5 -- G. Love And Special Sauce, Red Eye Empire
Monday, February 8 -- Theory Of A Deadman, Halestorm, Adelitas Way, Taking Dawn
Tuesday, February 23 -- Yes
Saturday, March 6 -- STS9
Wednesday, March 10 -- Citizen Cope
Thursday, March 18 -- Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Nokia Theatre, Grand Prairie
Thursday-Sunday, February 25-28 -- Sesame Street Live
Tuesday, March 16 -- David Gray
Friday, March 19 -- Black Eyed Peas
Wednesday, April 14 -- Chris Botti
Saturday, May 1 -- Celtic Woman

Resistol Arena, Mesquite
Friday, February 5 -- Dwight Yoakum, Charlie Robison

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