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Logan Mize performs at Granada tomorrow

After his first appearance in October in Emporia, Logan Mize is set to perform at the Emporia Granada Theatre as part of his “Workin’ and Drinkin’ Spring Tour” at 8 p.m. tomorrow.

This will be his second time in Emporia, and according to Bryan Williams, executive director of The Granada, Mize is very excited to be back.

“Roots and red-dirt country, high energy and upbeat fun dancing – it will definitely be a fun show,” Williams said.

This show will be different from the one in the fall because Mize will be playing more songs from his new album. One of his latest singles is called “Workin’ and Drinkin.” Mize also was hired by the state of Kansas to create a song for tourism and commercials called “TravelKS,” the song entitled “Sunflower” can be found on YouTube.

“The ticket sales weren’t what we’d hoped the first time he came. I think because there were so many different things going on with Homecoming week and the 150th year celebration not as many students and community members were able to come,” Williams said.

The opening act at 8 p.m. will be a band called “The Plainsmen,” who hail from Oklahoma. They will bring “a lot of energy” to the show, Williams said.

Tickets can be found online in advance for $10, and at the door for $15.

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