Cheyenne Civic Center has announced Sean Curtis and The Divide will open for Easton Corbin on March 28. Sean tells us, “We're excited to work with Easton again and in front of a home town crowd!” Believe it or not, with all the band's gigs in Southeastern Wyoming over the years, this is somehow the first time for Sean to play Cheyenne Civic Center, but for Sean and the Divide, there had to be a first time for that too.

This will be, however, their second time to work with Easton Corbin. Sean and the Divide have also worked with Aaron Watson a number of times, Gary Alan, Trace Adkins, Jana Kramer, Josh Gracin, and Thompson Square multiple times.

Sean Curtis has a new and refreshing sound that would put them on any stage in front of 100-50,000”  ~  MITCH JEDLICKI,  Owner Outlaw Saloon

Asked if he thinks the annual Buckin’ A Saloon shows are where many of his fans know of him, Sean said, “CFD is definitely in the top 3, along with Greeley Stampede and Thunder Mountain Amphitheater.”

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