November 23, 2013
Shooters Sports Bar Texarkana
310 E 49th Street, Texarkana, AR 71854 United States

Additional Information

Christmas just got a lot more festive with this year's edition of the Anatabloc Taste of Country Christmas Tour featuring Thomas Rhett. Whether you love Rhett's hits like "Beer With Jesus" or "Something To Do With My Hands," you won't want to miss this fantastic show! Newcomer Brian Milson will open the show.

Date And Time

The Anatabloc Taste Of Country Christmas Tour will be on Saturday, Nov. 23. The starting time is yet to be determined. So stay tuned for more details.


Shooters Sports Bar is Texarkana's favorite venue for great spirits, good eats and legendary entertainment. Located at 310 E. 49th St., Texarkana, Ark. 71854, Shooters may be reached by phone at (870) 773-4903. Patrons must be 21 or older to enter.


This show is completely sold out!

Thomas Rhett

Thomas Rhett stumbled into a songwriting deal and nine months later he had a song on Jason Aldean's My Kinda Party. Now signed with Valory, the home of Reba McEntire, Brantley Gilbert, Jewel and Justin Moore, Rhett loves to entertain. His first single, "Something To Do With My Hands," revealed Rhett as a solid country guy with a definite urban streak. He mixes burning slide guitar, Southern drawl, crunchy chords, and a magnetic brew of Robert Johnson blues to create a repertoire that would lead to him receiving BMI's Country Songwriter of the Year award in 2011. Now with hits like "Beer With Jesus" and "Front Porch Junkie" under his belt, it is clear that Rhett is embracing his musical destiny.

Brian Milson

Brian Milson will get the party started as he opens for Thomas Rhett. A man on a mission, his electrifying stage presence caught Nashville's attention, particularly with the release of his anti-bullying anthem, "Nothing Grows In Shadows." Honest and straight-forward, this song tackles the issue head on and it marks the public's first taste of his new album produced by James Stroud. An Odessa, Texas native, he has opened for some of Nashville's best recording stars, including Joe Nichols, Easton Corbin and Willie Nelson.