About this performance
7 p.m. Yardley Hall
Hear live hit after hit when this country music maestro brings a downsized, tightly tuned band into an epic evening of down-home songs, welcome banter and funny anecdotes.
Black practices what he preaches in song and puts his own life experiences in his show. He proclaims “love should be a verb instead of a noun.” He is country to the core and
his humble gratitude to his fans shines through on stage.
And don’t be surprised if he gives his band a break and takes a turn at drumming or showing off his meaty harmonica chops.
Opening for Clint Black: Mallary Hope
The new face of country music, with a traditional style.
Influenced by Sara Evans, Darius Rucker
This Georgia-born vocalist cultivated a love for country at an early age. She’s played at the Grand Ole Opry 15 times and performs more than 200 shows a year.
"She has a beautifully soothing voice and uses it to its full effect." — Country Music Television (CMT)
$25 a person
Buy your dinner ticket online or call 913-469-4445 between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Space is limited. To sit together, make one reservation for yourself and your friends. Payments can be split. You must purchase dinner by noon, Wednesday, Oct. 1.
Dinner will be held on the campus in the Capitol Federal Suite in the Regnier Center. Please arrive by 5:15. The first course will be served at 5:30 sharp. You may park in front of the Carlsen Center and follow the signs to the Regnier Center.