Clint Black
Invictus Entertainment Group presents

Clint Black

Celebrating 35 years of Killin' Time
Friday June 21 7:15 PM

Clint Black announces his 2024 Killin’ Time – The 35th Anniversary World Tour where he will be performing his landmark debut album—a collection Rolling Stone named one of the most important albums in Country music history—live from start to finish for the first time ever in concert. The set will also include many more of his classic hits. The Canadian tour will kick off in Abbotsford, BC on June 13th, 2024.

In tandem with the tour, a special vinyl reissue of Killin’ Time will be issued in partnership with Sony Music and Vinyl Me Please. The 35th-anniversary edition record comes on 180g Brown Galaxy vinyl with new lacquers cut by Barry Grint at AIR Mastering and will ship in May 2024. Fans can sign up to be notified when pre-order go live at www.clintblack.com

In one of the most storied careers in modern music, Clint Black surged to superstardom as part of the fabled Class of '89, reaching #1 with five consecutive singles from his triple-platinum debut, Killin' Time. The superstar logged the #1 Billboard Country song of both 1989 and 1990 for “A Better Man,” and “Nobody’s Home” respectively, both from Killin’ Time. The last time that happened was 35 years prior, with Hank Williams Senior’s “Kaw-Liga” and “Your Cheatin’ Heart.”

“Time flies when you’re…Killin’ Time!” commented Black. “My band and I are very excited to play the album top to bottom. Revisiting these songs has been inspiring and we can’t wait to hit the road and play it for the fans!“


Pricing

Price Level Ticket Price
PL1 $123.00
PL2 $113.99
PL3 $103.99
PL4 $39.00

Prices listed do not include service charges.

8 Ticket limit per household/credit card. Orders exceeding the limit will be automatically cancelled without notice.

Children under 3 admitted. All in attendance including children require paid tickets.


39 - Land Acknowledgement

Land Acknowledgement

The Winspear Centre and Edmonton Symphony Orchestra would like to acknowledge that we are on Treaty 6 Territory, a traditional meeting ground, gathering place, and traveling route for many Indigenous Peoples. We honour and recognize the rich artistic, cultural, and musical traditions of the Cree, Nakota Sioux, Metis, Dene, Saulteaux, and the many more Indigenous communities that call this land we share, home.