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Tuesday, April 30, 2024 at 7:30pm

Due to an unavoidable calendar conflict, Ian Munsick will not be able to perform on 4/30/24 in Wheeling, WV. However, we’re excited to announce the addition of Larry Fleet and Tucker Wetmore to the #OneNightOnly concert series line-up – along with Zach Top and Hunter Flynn! Tickets are on sale now!

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Tickets on sale now at the WesBanco Arena Box Office and by calling 304-233-7000

Current ticket holders may request a refund prior to start of show on 4/30/24 at 7:30PM by emailing

Larry Fleet

Tennessee-born troubadour Larry Fleet grew up on a stack of records spanning Merle Haggard, Otis Redding, Willie Nelson, and Marvin Gaye. A thoughtful songwriter with a knack for a one-liner, an ear for a sturdy hook, and a powerhouse voice that strikes like a match, Fleet was working blue-collar jobs to make ends meet long before landing his recording contract with Big Loud Records. Six years in, the devout family man is turning heads among fans and critics with albums full of soon-to-be-classics; 2021’s tribute to the music that raised him, Stack of Records, his aptly titled 2019 debut, Workin’ Hard, and his third effort, Earned It, out now. Saving Country Music puts it simply: “If you’re looking for the future of traditional country music, then look no further than…Larry Fleet.” A road-tested live show standout, Fleet wrapped 2023 with his headlining Larry Fleet Live tour, following up crowd-winning opening slots supporting Darius Rucker, Willie Nelson, Jamey Johnson, Jon Pardi, and many more. He just announced his upcoming headlining run, The Earned It Tour, set for the top of 2024, as well as support dates on Billy Currington’s Spring 2024 Tour.

Tucker Wetmore

Singer-songwriter Tucker Wetmore knows his way around a Country song. His own life has unfolded like one, from his small-town childhood in the rural American Northwest to his time playing college football in Montana. When an injury ended his hopes of a professional career, Tucker headed back home to Kalama, Wash. — population: 2,700 — and dusted off his guitar, channeling his feelings into original songs that are rooted in Country storytelling with modern melodies. Less than a year later, he moved to Nashville to begin chasing down his own version of the American Dream, sharpening his writing skills and crafting a unique Country sound. “We’ve got a little bit of love, heartbreak and everything in between” Tucker says of his songs, which blend his baritone vocals with singalong hooks, infectious charisma, and roll-up-your-sleeves determination. A star athlete since childhood, Tucker first learned about perseverance on the playing field. He excelled at a myriad of sports, earning four state championships during his senior year and setting state records. Music provided a source of comfort and clarity throughout the journey, offering answers whenever Tucker found himself at a turning point. “I started playing piano when I was 11 years old,” the self-taught musician remembers. “Looking back, I realized I was looking for something to help me cope with my emotions. Since then, music has always been my therapy. I see how much it has changed and affected my life, and if I can help at least one other person in a similar way, that would be more than enough for me.” With magnetic charm and versatile songwriting, Tucker is striving to make a connection, and so far, it’s working. Amassing millions of views online, Tucker counts more than 500K followers across social platforms, who are eagerly awaiting his debut single “Wine Into Whiskey,” out Feb. 23. Come spring, Tucker will hit the road for the first time, joining Country powerhouse Kameron Marlowe on his Strangers Tour. From the football field to the stage, he’s always brought dedication and drive to his work… and these days, that work is sounding like a singer-songwriter on the brink of putting himself on the map.

Zach Top

When contemporary influences expand country music’s parameters, you’ll hear, “country music ain’t like it used to be” as a common refrain. But 25-year-old ZACH TOP is reviving the spirit of ‘90s traditionalists like George Strait, Keith Whitley, and Randy Travis with classic vibes that evoke the dancehalls of Texas, the roar of the rodeo, and jukebox ballads with a cold beer in hand. There’s nothing more current than old-school country to ZACH, who grew up on a ranch in Sunnyside, Washington. He recalls rockin’ a Marty Robbins’ Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs cassette while riding out in an old Chevy pickup to feed livestock throughout his childhood. At the age of seven, he formed a bluegrass band with his siblings called Top String.

All through his teens and early twenties, he played in various bluegrass bands, including Modern Tradition (winners of the 2017 SPBGMA international band competition) with whom he notched a string of hits on bluegrass radio, including the #1 song “Like It Ain’t No Thing.”Honky-Tonk dreams took him to Nashville in 2021, where he secured a crucial publishing deal with Bob Doyle’s Major Bob Music. Since the move, he has established himself as an artist to watch, being asked to perform at the Grand Ole Opry several times, where he debuted his first country single, “Cold Beer & Country Music,” on the historic stage.

Hunter Flynn

Hunter Flynn is a native to the Bluegrass state, born and raised in Pulaski county, Kentucky. Flynn’s first public performance came in early 2022. Since then, the 26 year old singer/songwriter has gained national recognition as one of Appalachia’s most promising young artists. In an area that has no shortage of talent, it is Flynn’s soul-shattering vocal ability and veracious songwriting that makes him unique and leaves the listener with no doubt to whether or not he believes the songs he is singing. The sky is the limit for this young artist who refers to his style of music as “Appalachian Soul”