‘Still Playin’ Possum: Music & Memories Of George Jones’ All-Star Tribute Concert Coming To Theaters

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Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour isn’t the only concert coming to the big screen.

Earlier this year, an all-star lineup came together in Huntsville, Alabama to pay tribute to the legendary George Jones. And for one night only, that show is coming to theaters across the country.

Still Playin’ Possum: Music & Memories Of George Jones will be in theaters on October 17 for the one night only event, featuring the incredible performances recorded live from the sold-out tribute concert.

The show opened up with a jaw-dropping performance of “Who’s Going To Fill Their Shoes” from Jamey Johnson. And from there, artists like Wynonna, Jelly Roll, Dierks Bentley, Justin Moore, Tanya Tucker, and even Randy Travis came out to pay tribute to the greatest country singer of all time.

There was even a hilarious moment when Hot Country Knights lead singer Doug Douglason (who looks suspiciously like Dierks Bentley) came out on a lawnmower to open the second half of the show.

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Tickets for the one-night-only showing in theaters, as well as a list of showings, are available now through Fathom Events. And if you missed the show in person, this is one you’re going to want to see.

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