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Saturday, September 10th @ 7 P.M.
HAPPY CANYON ARENA



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Chart-topping country star Kip Moore to headline

PENDLETON – Chart-topping country star Kip Moore will bring his troubadour lifestyle and timeless sound to the Happy Canyon Arena on Saturday, Sept. 10, for the Pendleton Round-Up and Happy Canyon kick-off concert, presented by Integrity Corps. Tickets go on sale May 23.

Moore dropped his fourth studio album, Wild World, in 2021, a revelatory collection written as he traveled the globe like a self-described lone wolf, that aims to make sense of a world battling nothing short of an identity crisis. Maui, Costa Rica, Australia, Scotland and beyond became the setting for Moore’s searching, and slowly, through isolation and nature, a simple peace emerged.

“Music is the one thing where I really try to unveil where I’m at mentally, where my soul is,” Moore says. “As you get older, you start thinking about bigger concepts and where you fit in the grand scheme of this whole thing, and I’ve always tried to live my life simple. But the more I’ve lived, the more I understand that all this stuff we crave and seek, I see how much of life is smoke and mirrors. When I strip it down to the bare essentials, that’s when I’m the most happy.”

This wasn’t always Moore’s approach, and he splashed into the mainstream with the double-Platinum “Somethin’ Bout a Truck” in 2012, then followed up with three more best-selling #1 hits (“Hey Pretty Girl”, “Beer Money”, and “More Girls Like You”), a trio of ambitious, critically acclaimed albums and two gritty EPs. He toured the world headlining his own shows, earning acclaim and a fierce following as an all-in performer at each setting.

“We’re excited to kick off the week with Kip Moore’s energy, heart and soul,” said Happy Canyon President Kenzie Hansell. “He’ll bring entertainment for all generations to enjoy in the Happy Canyon Arena.”

Round-Up President Karl Farber agreed. “Kip Moore has a great following, and we’re excited to have him kick off Round-Up week in Pendleton,” Farber said. An opening act will be announced at a later date.

Tickets for the concert, presented by Integrity Corps, go on sale Monday, May 23, at 10:00 a.m.

NED LEDOUX WILL BE THE OFFICIAL OPENER!

Ned LeDoux will be our opener for the Kick-Off Concert this year!!

LeDoux is well respected for his high-energy live shows that mix his western roots with the rock and roll influences he acquired in his youth. He routinely headlines his own shows as well as earning coveted opening slots for Toby Keith, Aaron Watson and Garth Brooks. “We opened for Garth at the 125th anniversary for Cheyenne frontier Days last July which was crazy,” he says. “When people are coming out to our shows and spending their hard-earned money on a ticket, I don’t want to leave them disappointed. We’re going to give you a show and leave you wanting more. I’m always out of breath and soaking wet when we’re done, but it’s so much fun!”
One of the most incredible things about great music is that it has the ability to take the listener to a place they’d rather be. A compelling song can carry someone back in time to a treasured memory, or transport a person to a spectacular western prairie they’ve only visited in their dreams. Ned LeDoux’s music has that kind of power. As a songwriter, he has a knack for bringing people, places, and emotions vibrantly to life with his insightful lyrics, and warm, strong voice that makes him sound like a beloved friend you always want to hang out with. Those gifts are fully on display on LeDoux’s new album Buckskin.


“I’m writing my own story and if people take a liking to it, that’s wonderful,” says LeDoux. “As long as I’m writing from the heart, and writing about what I know, I can definitely listen back to it and be proud.” On his third full-length album, LeDoux again delivers songs that transcend mere entertainment to celebrate a life that many aspire to, but few actually live. Like his father, LeDoux’s music is as expansive as the western sky he was raised under and celebrates the ranch lifestyle that is such an integral part of his heritage. There’s an authenticity to his songs that brings our nation’s beloved western culture to life, even for listeners who’ve never ventured onto the Great Plains.

“I’m proud to carry on the tradition and a lot of songs that I write are going to relate with songs that my dad wrote and recorded because I lived the same life,” the young singer/songwriter says. “I was born and raised on a ranch, which my family still owns outside of Kaycee, Wyoming. That was my life and it’s reflected in the songs I write. I just think back to those days working on a ranch and hanging out with my granddad, who taught me how to drive a tractor, work cows, and everything that is associated with ranching, but music has always been
my dream.”

LeDoux began pursuing that dream at an early age, and even though he grew up in the shadow of his legendary father, he’s successfully carved his own path. “If I can be half the man he was I think I’ll be okay,” he says with an easygoing grin, “but when it comes to songwriting I’ve got to write my own story. I’ve played drums for years and got my first band when I was in junior high. I went on to play drums with my dad from 1998 until he passed away in 2005, and then I started doing solo gigs.”

LeDoux made his recording debut with the 2016 EP Forever a Cowboy and followed up with his first full-length project, Sagebrush, in 2017 and Next In Line 2019. All three projects, as well as his new effort, Buckskin, were produced by singer/songwriter/guitarist Mac McAnally, who has won the CMA Musician of the Year Award an unprecedented 10 times. “He’s my songwriting mentor and his guidance in the studio is wonderful,” LeDoux says. “He’s a great guy to be around.

Nobody phrases things as he does. I don’t know if there’s something in that Muscle Shoals water or what, but he’s a very inspiring character. He gave me great songwriting advice. He said, ‘Just write about what you know. Write the truth because it comes out a lot easier and people are going to believe you.’” Ned LeDoux is carrying on the family tradition, but he’s also charting his own course, and Buckskin is the latest step on that journey. “I hope I inspire people to never forget where you came from,” he says. “That’s one thing I’m very proud of. I’m carrying on a tradition, but I’m writing my own story. I’m very proud of my family and friends and there’s one piece of advice my mom gave me when we were kids: ‘Never forget where you came from and show respect to people no matter where you are.’ So with this album, I hope to inspire and show people, ‘Hey this old cowboy isn’t changing for anybody.’ I want people to know they should never give up on a dream. There’s always time. Just keep on going.”

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FAQ's


Is disabled and/or handicapped seating available? Yes, They are in Sections 1 and 4 above rows 1-9. Each person is allowed 1 companion seat with purchase of a handicapped seat.

How old does a child need to be to have a ticket? 2 & Under have no charge, but must sit on a lap.

What area is closest to the stage? VIP Standing/Let'er Buck Zone

When do tickets go on sale? In the Spring the year of the event

Can tickets be refunded or exchanged? We do not refund or exchange any tickets.

Where can I re-sell my tickets? The Pendleton Chamber of Commerce ticket re-sale program. Contact the chamber for more information at 541-276-7411. You can also re-sell them through pepsiticketlocator.com

When do you stop mailing tickets? September 1st, but tickets can be held at will call or you can choose print@home or mobile delivery instead.

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