Where will you find the world's top music acts? Onstage at Choctaw Casino & Resort–Durant, of course. Just 90 minutes north of Dallas, the casino and hotel is a do-it-all destination that boasts big-name entertainment in addition to exciting gaming options, a high-end spa, and loads of family fun.
The award-winning Choctaw Grand Theater has welcomed guests Diana Ross, Charlie Daniels, and Aerosmith, and coming this fall are top acts Alice in Chains, Kasey Musgraves, Reba McEntire, and Dierks Bentley. With 3,000 cozy seats, there is sure to be one waiting just for you.
Here are five important things to know as you scan the calendar for upcoming concerts from your favorite performers:
1. Rewards members get first crack
Itching to be first in line to buy that hot ticket? Sign up for Choctaw's Rewards Players Club and receive the emails that contain important pre-sale dates. And even if you're a little late in purchasing, there's never a bad seat in the house — the furthest is just 125 feet from the stage, and the state-of-the-art acoustics ensure the best possible listening experience.
2. Follow Choctaw Casino & Resort–Durant on social media
If you're facing a sold-out show, never fear. Keep an eye on the resort's Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and you just might win tickets to that bucket list concert.
3. Book everything at once
Make a night (or weekend) of it by securing a room at the same time you buy your tickets. It's easy to purchase everything together on Choctaw Casino & Resort's website, and even easier to throw in a spa treatment or two while you're at it.
4. Don't forget about dinner
There's no need to frantically search for a place nearby for a pre-concert meal dinner. The property offers a variety of different dining options, including the all-new Grand Café, just steps away from the Grand Theater.
5. Remember that the fun doesn't stop
Keep riding that post-concert high by hitting the casino floor or swinging into the lounge for a drink. Plus, when you are ready to call it a night your room is just steps away.