The Show-Me State will host concerts from a number of country music's biggest stars during the month of October. Here's a look at upcoming concerts in (and near) Missouri.

  • Eli Young Band

  • Sawyer Brown

  • Granger Smith

    Granger Smith and Diamond Rio will perform on October 5 at the Songs 4 Soldiers event in Columbia, Illinois (just south of St. Louis). General admission tickets are $30 in advance and $35 the day of show.

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  • Brett Eldredge

    See Brett Eldredge on Friday, October 5 at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis. Tickets are are $22-$50.

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  • Jake Owen

    Jake Owen comes to the Chaifetz Arena on October 19. David Lee Murphy is also part of The Life’s Whatcha Make It tour. Tickets are on sale through LiveNation.

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  • Walker Hayes

    Walker Hayes will be at Kanza Hall in Overland Park, KS (Kansas City) on October 19 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15-$40.

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  • LANco

    LANco is coming to The Blue Note on Wednesday, October 24. Showtime is 8 p.m. Travis Denning will open.

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  • Chris Janson

    The Hollywood Casino 400 is on Sunday, October 21. Kansas Speedway says Chris Janson "will kick off Hollywood Casino 400 race day on October 21 with a high energy performance for Everybody. Race fans with a pre-race pass will have up-close access to the concert, along with driver introductions." Tickets can be purchased online for the Hollywood Casino 400, which wraps up a weekend of racing that includes the Kansas Lottery 300 on October 20 and the season finale for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards on October 19.

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  • Dylan Scott

    Dylan Scott will be in Springfield for a concert at Midnight Rodeo on October 25. Tickets in advance are $20 for general admission, and $30 for pit passes (standing room only section located directly in front of the stage). The price the day of the show will go up to $25 for general admission and $35 for pit passes.

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