Celebrity country crooner, and sometimes actor, Travis Tritt is in Clearwater Saturday for a solo-acoustic set at Ruth Eckerd Hall. Even if country music isn’t your jam, we can all relate to the appreciate-everyday-lyrics of his 2000 hit “It’s a Great Day to be Alive.” If you go to the show, be on the lookout for a ghost of Christmas past—Tritt has allegedly had some paranormal activities at his lake house, and if we learned anything from the Haunted Mansion, ghosts are good hitchhikers.
Ruth Eckerd is taking its COVID-19 protocols seriously, unlike some other venues (we’re looking at you Dallas Bull). You can only buy tickets in pairs, masks are required and temperatures will be taken at the door.
Travis Tritt, Saturday Dec. 12, 8 p.m. $59.25-$93.25. Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater. rutheckerdhall.com
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