You don't need to pack any bags for this excursion, but you may want to wear some comfortable shoes for toe-tapping.
"Let us take you down to an old dirt road," says a pre-recorded announcement before impersonators portraying some of the biggest names in country music along with up-and-coming acts take the stage in Country Superstars.
This show gives fans plenty to write home about. Country Superstars has a concert-style format, showcasing a main performer singing with a live five-piece band. The show features tribute artists singing your favorite songs and emulating an uncanny likeness to the real performers.
Country Superstars has a rotating lineup of tribute artists. On the night the show was attended the headlining tribute acts were Reba McEntire, Tim McGraw and Garth Brooks. The performers do an incredible job of re-creating the look, sound and feel of the artists they portray. Each one performed a selection of greatest hit songs with all live music. There are no backing tracks or lip synching in this revue.
The show opens with McEntire's performance of "Turn on the Radio." She also acts as the show's spunky and sassy host. Things get a little "Strange" before McEntire belts out you can "Consider Me Gone."
Wearing his signature black cowboy hat, the tribute artist portraying Tim McGraw does fans justice with his rendition of songs including "Real Good Man," "Something Like That (A Heart Don't Forget)" and "Down on the Farm." The performer is a real "tall glass of water," as McEntire puts it. He gives fans, especially women in the audience, plenty to cheer about while he's on stage.
Next, Brooks takes audiences by storm with his performance of "The Thunder Rolls," "Friends in Low Places" and "Rodeo."
Part tribute show, part concert, Country Superstars celebrates music from the past, present and future. Get ready to get down with the best in country music at this revue.
Note: This show features a rotating cast of country superstars, not a guaranteed lineup.