Ron White, originally scheduled to perform at the Walton Arts Center on Friday, June 20th and Saturday June 21st has been rescheduled to one performance on Saturday, June 21st at 8pm at the Walmart AMP. Walton Arts Center rescheduled the show as soon as it was determined that construction work, originally scheduled to begin in summer 2015 in Baum Walker Hall, needed to be accelerated. We were advised earlier this week against having people in the hall while preparations for construction were underway. We take patron safety very seriously and therefore have rescheduled or moved our few remaining shows.

Tickets will be honored and must be exchanged for a new seat on the day of performance. Present ticketholders may exchange their Walton Arts Center tickets at the Walmart AMP box office starting at noon on Saturday up to performance time. Comparable tickets will be issued at that time. Gates open at 6:30pm and show starts at 8pm. Free parking is available in six dedicated Walmart AMP parking lots. Patrons are encouraged to come early for ticket exchange.

General admission lawn tickets will also be available for purchase on the day of the show only at the Walmart AMP box office for $28. The Walmart AMP is located at 5079 West Northgate Road, Rogers, Ark.

Refunds will be available in person at the Walton Arts Center Box Office until 6pm Friday, June 20 OR at the Walmart AMP Box Office in Rogers from noon until 9pm Saturday, June 21 (please note that the Walton Arts Center Box Office will be closed Saturday, June 21).

Refunds can also be received by scanning a copy of ripped tickets and either faxing or emailing them to the Walton Arts Center Box office by Friday at 6pm. We need proof of destroyed tickets to complete refund. Please include ticketholder’s name and address with the image you send. (Email:, fax number: 479.443.9024)

Walton Arts Center apologizes for any inconvenience. For more information, please call 479.443.5600.

For downloadable photos, visit our Ron White and Margo Rey Dropbox. 

Ron “Tater Salad” White first rose to fame during the Blue Collar Comedy Tour phenomenon from 2000-2003 and is now a chart-topping Grammy Award®-nominated comedian. He has also established himself as a star with various roles in feature films such as “Sex and the City 2 and Horrible Bosses.” With all this, as well as a Gold Record and a New York Times Best Seller under his belt, this scotch-drinking, cigar-smoking funnyman is sure to show mature audience members a good time.

Singer-songwriter Margo Rey will provide a perfect close to the evening with Ron White with her special blend of adult contemporary music. Margo Rey recently became the National Ambassador for non-profit organization Brides Against Breast Cancer providing her top 20 Billboard charting song “Let The Rain,” co-written by legendary John Oates, as their theme song. Working in the music business since she was only 11 years old, Margo continues to provide an array of rich vocals with smooth tunes and funky beats with her own style of music which she calls “Organica,” a ferociously nuanced hybrid of alternative pop that is deeply rooted in lush vocals, ambient guitars, with thick, dynamic grooves all created by humans not machines.

Support for Ron White is provided by David and Candace Starling.

Walton Arts Center is Arkansas’ premier center for the performing arts and entertainment. Each year more 200,000 people from Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma and beyond attend over 350 public events at Walton Arts Center, including performances, rehearsals, community gatherings, receptions, graduations and more. Approximately 50,000 students and teachers from over 30 school districts participate annually in arts learning programs at Walton Arts Center, and over 300 volunteers donate more than 15,000 hours of time each year to its operations. Walton Arts Center presents entertainers and artists from around the world including Broadway musicals, renowned dance companies, international artists, up-and-coming jazz musicians and more. As a non-profit organization, Walton Arts Center enjoys the generous support of public sector funding, corporate sponsorship and private donors, allowing audience members to pay on average only 50% of the cost of programs offered. To learn more about Walton Arts Center, visit