Don Williams has regrettably been forced to postpone his 2016 tour after undergoing an unexpected hip replacement surgery. The Country Music Hall of Famer and CMA/ACM award-winning country music artist has had to cancel or postpone performances in 21 cities, including a concert at Walton Arts Center on Friday, March 11, 2016. There are no plans to reschedule the Walton Arts Center concert. Ticket buyers will receive refunds and can contact the Box Office at 479.443.5600.

Don Williams Tour Postponed
Feb. 17 Florida Theatre - Jacksonville, Fla.
Feb. 18 Pensacola Saenger Theatre - Pensacola Fla.
Feb. 19 Tivoli Theatre - Chattanooga, Tenn.
Feb. 20 Tennessee Theatre - Knoxville, Tenn.
Feb. 23 Harvester Performance Center - Rocky Mount, VA
Feb. 24 The Beacon Theatre - Hopewell, Va.
Feb. 25 Mountain Arts Center - Prestonsburg, Ky.
Feb. 26 Peace Concert Hall - Greenville, S.C.
Feb. 27 Lyric Fine Arts Theatre - Birmingham, Ala.
March 10 The Joint At Hard Rock & Hotel - Tulsa, Okla.
March 11 Walton Arts Center - Fayetteville, Ark.
March 12 Baton Rouge River Center Theater - Baton Rouge, La.
March 15 Hudiburg Center - Rose State College, Midwest City, Okla.
March 16 Gillioz Theatre - Springfield, Mo.
March 18 Golden Nugget - Grand Event Center - Lake Charles, La
March 19 IP Casino Resort - Studio A, Biloxi, Miss.
April 06 American Music Theater - Lancaster, Pa.
April 08 Renfro Valley Entertainment Center - Renfro Valley, Ky
April 09 Renfro Valley Entertainment Center - Renfro Valley, Ky
April 12 Liberty Hall - Lawrence, Kan.
April 14 The Arcada Theatre - St Charles, Kan.
April 16 Little River Casino Resort - Manistee, Mich.

About Don Williams
They came to call Don Williams “the Gentle Giant” in the decades he was a dominating country hit maker because of his unique blend of commanding presence and that laidback, easy style that has appealed to audiences over the years. Contemplative ballads, affecting love songs and change-up rhythm numbers have always been Don Williams’ strength and focus. Born in Florida in 1939 and growing up near Corpus Christi, Texas, Don was playing guitar by age twelve and performed in folk, country and rock bands as a teenager. Between 1974 and 1991, Don had at least one major hit every year, including country hits like “ Good Ole Boys Like Me,” “Till the Rivers All Run Dry,” “It Must Be Love,” “I’m Just a Country Boy,” “Amanda” and “I Believe in You.” He also had a hit duet with Emmylou Harris on Townes Van Zandt’s “If I Needed You.” Don has received a CMA Male Vocalist of the Year award and his “Tulsa Time” was named ACM’s Record of the Year after it’s debut. In 2010, Don received country music’s highest honor, with his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. He response, “I never really thought that I was viewed in that manner by the powers that be. It’s an incredible honor, to be added to the caliber of people that are on that roster. It’s pretty overwhelming, actually.”