Chris Young

Chris Young

Country star Chris Young is returning to Las Vegas with special guests The Swon Brothers, for a performance at the Sandbar Poolside Stage at Red Rock Resort on Friday, June 30, 2017. Tickets are $45 plus tax and applicable fees. ON SALE NOW!


Doors open at 7 p.m. and guests under 21 years must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets can be purchased at any Station Casinos Reward Center and The Fiestas, by logging onto or through Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000 or 


About Chris Young

The grandson of onetime Louisiana Hayride performer Richard Yates, country singer/songwriter Chris Young hails from Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and first drew the public’s attention when he appeared on the Nashville Star television show in 2006. Young's singing abilities first surfaced in children's theatre productions in grade school, and with his family's full support, he threw himself into learning all he could about music, and country music in particular. By the time he was a senior in high school he was already playing clubs in the Nashville area and his self-released debut album was out before he even graduated from high school. Young attended college at Belmont University in Nashville and then Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, all while still managing to do some 150 live shows a year. Young’s debut single “Drinkin' Me Lonely,” a song he wrote with Larry Wayne Clark, was released in 2006, followed later in the year by a Buddy Cannon-produced album called simply Chris Young. A second album, The Man I Want to Be, appeared in 2009 and was followed by 2011’s NEON, which included the hit single “Tomorrow.” His success continued with 2013’s A.M. and 2015’s I’m Comin’ Over. Young was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2017 for “Best Country Duo/Group Performance.”


About The Swon Brothers

There really must be something in the water in Oklahoma. The state has produced more country greats per capita than probably anywhere else on earth – Reba, Blake, Vince, Garth and Toby all hail from the same state where The Swon Brothers spent their formative years. In fact, Muskogee, OK natives Zach and Colton Swon grew up right down the street from American Idol champ-turned-country-superstar Carrie Underwood and the three shared a stage many times throughout their childhood years.Already naturals before they were even pre-teens, both Zach and Colton found that they were most at home on stage. Performing in their family’s gospel group since they were old enough to talk, the brothers broke onto the national scene on the hit talent competition “The Voice” and followed with their eponymously-titled debut album in 2014. The album, which peaked at number six on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, featured the hit singles “Later On” and “Pray For You.” The band returned with the 2017 EP Pretty Cool Scars, which featured the single “Don’t Call Me.”


About Red Rock ResortNamed by Condé Nast magazine as one of the world’s best new hotels in their 2007 Hot List issue, Red Rock Resort is one of Las Vegas’ premier off strip luxury resorts located 10 miles west of the Strip. The resort features more than 800 guest rooms and suites, a 25,000 square foot spa, a variety of restaurants, a spectacular pool area, movie theatres, bowling at Red Rock Lanes and a full array of gaming. To learn more about Red Rock Resort, please call (702) 797-7777 or visit


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