Clarence Tilton
Slowdown + Maha Fall Concert Series

Clarence Tilton

Pony Creek

All Ages
Clarence Tilton will play on September 18 as part of the Slowdown + Maha Fall Concert Series!

Doors at 5:00pm

Outside at Slowdown - Rain or Shine

$12 Advance/$15 Day of Show

Facebook RSVP

All ages show. Check entry requirements at http://theslowdown.com/All-Ages

This show will take place in our parking lot, located to the east side of Slowdown. The entrance will be located in the walkway between Slowdown and Hook & Lime. Please abide by the markings on the pavement when waiting in line for entry.

Your safety, and the safety of our team and visiting artists, are our first priorities at Slowdown. We’ve put measures in place at every guest and staff touchpoint to ensure that your experience is as safe and fun as possible.

The lot will be set up with 10'x10' sections or "pods." Pods are available first come, first pick and have a maximum capacity of 10 persons each. Pods may not be moved or combined. Feel free to bring a lawn chair if you would like to sit during the show.

All guests and staff are required to wear masks when entering and moving about the venue. For example, if you're walking to the bar or going to the restroom, a face mask must be worn. If you are within your pod the use of a mask is recommended but not required.

Be sure to be prepared when you arrive at the venue:

• Bring a mask that covers your nose and face

• Have your ticket and ID ready

• Bags or purses larger than 5"x6" are not allowed

• One folding chair or lawn chair per person is allowed

• Re-entry is not permitted

Our cleaning protocols and precautions have been elevated above the recommended requirements throughout the venue. This includes dedicated staff members for frequent cleaning of high-touchpoint areas.

Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the venue. Staff members will be accessible if sanitizing products need to be located or replenished.

Please refrain from entering Slowdown if you or anyone in your party are experiencing the following symptoms:

• Cough

• Fever

• Shortness of breath

• Other symptom of Covid related illness per CDC Guidelines

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, comments or concerns. Thank you for your continued cooperation and support. We cannot wait to see you again!

About Clarence Tilton

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Out on the left edge of what most of us call the Midwest, Clarence Tilton is chasing a sound that lives somewhere down a long exit ramp. It’s undoubtedly near the intersection of country and heartland rock & roll, but you won’t catch this band patronizing the same old cliché-filled barrooms lining that blacktop. The band formed in Omaha in 2014, and released their second full length album, Start Already Lost in August 2019. Their energetic live performances demonstrate a respect for the classics and a taste for authentic songwriting, earning them the right to share stages with the likes of Marty Stuart, Cracker, TV on the Radio, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Greg Brown, Big Head Todd and the Monsters and an opening slot at the MAHA festival in 2018.

Recognition:

• 2018, 2019, 2020 Omaha Arts and Entertainment Awards Winner, Best Country

• Omaha World Herald Band of the Week, Sept. 14, 2017

• Omaha World Herald Band of the Week, May 21, 2015

• 2015 Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards Nominee, Best Americana/Folk

About Pony Creek

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Pony Creek, a musical collaboration between Ryan Osbahr and Billie Frost, was formed in the spring of 2016. Hailing from the Omaha/Council Bluffs metro, the name “Pony Creek” is derived from a small creek by the same name that runs between the duo’s homes.

In May of 2016, along with a full band consisting of Eric Nelson (guitar), Travis Goddard (guitar, banjo, mandolin), George Cooper (bass), and Tim Blair (drums), Pony Creek released their debut album Easy Way Out to critical acclaim in the Midwest. The album was nominated for “Album of the Year” by the Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards and Pony Creek was nominated for “Best Country” artist by the same institution in 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019. For the past two summers, Pony Creek have become regulars in the Okoboji, Iowa music scene, consistently performing in front of sold out crowds.

Playing a variety of folk, blues, Americana, country and rock, Pony Creek has quickly made a name for themselves as one of the region’s hottest new acts. Whether playing Spencer, Iowa’s Wheels Up festival for RAGBRAI 2017, Manning Main Street RAGBRAI 2018 festival, or rocking the crowd for southwest Iowa’s Tri City BBQ Fest in Denison, Pony Creek delivers family friendly entertainment that connects with all ages. Opening for national artists such as Porter Union (Springfield, MO), Jeremy McComb (Nashville), “The Voice” alumni Curtis Grimes (Texas), Jason Eady (Jackson, MS), Jon Langston (Nashville), and Tucker Beathard (Nashville), the band continues to gain popularity in the Midwest region.

In September of 2018, Pony Creek released its follow up album entitled Pott County, a 15 track country/rock album that draws influences from Dwight Yoakam to Kacey Musgraves. Pott County is a mash-up of storytelling that includes small town life, heartbreak, happiness, love, family, addiction, revenge, and more. It was recorded in Omaha, Nebraska at ARC Studios and mastered by Lurssen Mastering, a world-renowned multi-Grammy Award winning mastering studio.

On the same day as their sophomore album release, Pony Creek earned their third nomination for "Best Country" by the Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards. Pony Creek’s music can be found on AMI Jukeboxes nationwide.

Visit www.ponycreekband.com for updates, show info, and more.

Venue Information:
Slowdown - Outside
729 North 14 Street
Omaha, NE, 68102