Cowboy Bill Martin and Chad Prather broke all the rules when it came to making it in show business! Martin built a huge stand-up following through 19 years of endless touring on land in comedy clubs, at sea with Carnival Cruise Lines, overseas entertaining our troops, and in concert with such acts as George Strait, Brad Paisley and all four members of the famed Blue Collar Comedy Tour. Then in late 2015, hit it big with his self-financed one-hour comedy special on CMT. Prather’s rise to fame came a little different. The in-demand humorist and host of a show on RIDE-TV called, IT’S MY BACKYARD, he has become one of the most recognized personalities on the network and was named CMA Texas Personality of the year. But like Martin, in 2015 his stardom skyrocketed with his hilarious and often poignant “rants in the truck” on Facebook that garnered him millions of fans where he became a household name. Proudly sponsored by Rank Rodeo Threads, together, these two entertainment mavericks formed a partnership, KINGS OF COWTOWN, and kicked off a comedy tour playing theaters and large country bars across the country adding stops like the famed Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth, TX.
BONUS! Just announced...Two additional comics will be joining the lineup Friday night: Coffee Anderson - from NBC's "Nashville Star" - and the original Houston "outlaw" comedian, Dan Merryman.
For this show at the Cactus Theater, both reserved and VIP tickets will be offered.
$40 VIP tickets (located in the FIRST 3 ROWS of the auditorium) includes ticket, a backstage Meet & Greet pass, picture with the guys and a commemorative, signed poster and lanyard. VIP ticket holders should meet in the Cactus lobby at 6 pm....meet and greet will commence from 6 pm - 7 pm.
Standard floor seats and all balcony seats are $25 each. Doors for standard floor and balcony ticket holders will open at 7 pm. Show begins at 7:30 pm.
The Kings are selling-out everywhere. They work hard; play harder! And oh, by the way, they spend their afternoons delivering new cowboy hats to kids with cancer as part of the Cowboys Who Care Foundation. What’s not to love?