Reckless Kelly - The Last Hurrah!

Americana band that blends country, rock and blues influences. On our intimate stage for a Farewell concert!

Thursday - Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 5pm. No Opener! No Promo Code, Pharaohs Call Box Office for the Best Seats.

Event Showtimes:

August 15, 2024 / 8:00PMBuy Tickets
August 16, 2024 / 8:00PMBuy Tickets
August 17, 2024 / 8:00PMBuy Tickets
August 18, 2024 / 5:00PMBuy Tickets
Ages: All Ages

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Thursday pricing: $59/House & Balcony, $69/Preferred, $79/Cabaret Table

Friday & Sunday pricing: $65/House & Balcony, $75/Preferred, $85/Cabaret Table

Saturday pricing: $73/House & Balcony, $79/Preferred, $89/Cabaret Table

Tickets increase $5 half hour prior to show time.


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From its roots as a barnstorming Idaho outfit to its modern-day status as a torchbearer for

independent Americana music from coast to coast, Reckless has tied Austin rock and cowboy

poetry together seamlessly for more than 25 years. Now, the band is slowly winding down its

touring days.

Co-founders and brothers Willy and Cody Braun told Rolling Stone in late 2022 that Reckless

will pare its touring schedule back to roughly 35 shows a year from 2023-35 before retiring from

the road altogether. This alone is a major change for a group that has neared or exceeded 200

shows a year for most of its career.

The reason for the long goodbye, according to the members, is to ensure fans have

opportunities to catch more shows without the pressure a whirlwind farewell tour puts on both

artist and the audience.

“The coolest thing about our fan base is, we got them one at a time,” Willy — Reckless’s

frontman, says. “We didn’t go out there with one big hit or music video or one big tour. We

literally got our fans on an individual basis. I’m pretty proud of that part: Once we got a fan, they

stayed with us.”

Cody — who plays fiddle and mandolin — and Willy grew up in rural Idaho, near Stanley, in a

family full of musicians. They are joined in Reckless by drummer Jay Nazz, bassist Joe Miller,

and steel guitar player Geoff Queen.

Before wrapping up on the road, Reckless plans to release at least one more full-length album

— a follow to the double album American Jackpot/American Girls, which was released in spring

2020 just as the pandemic shut down live music and scuttled a release tour — and the band

intends to announce multiple projects, big and small, between now and 2025.