About The Man in Black – A Tribute to Johnny Cash
With his striking resemblance, spot-on mannerisms and deep baritone voice, Shawn Barker embodies the character and spirit of Johnny Cash.
From singing in church, playing drums in the school marching band or singing in cover bands and at coffee houses, music and entertainment has always been in Shawn’s blood. In 2004, Shawn auditioned for the part of Elvis Presley in the Broadway production of “Million Dollar Quartet.” The director, Floyd Mutrux (“Dick Tracy,” “American Hot Wax”), recognized Shawn’s unique talent and asked him to audition for the part of Johnny Cash. Barker agreed and was instantly cast in the part.
Since then, Barker has performed his unmatchable tribute to Johnny Cash all over the world, touring in Australia, Europe, Canada and across the United States.
Look for Barker to bring all Johnny Cash’s hits to life, including “I Walk the Line,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Ring of Fire” and many more. Join us for this outstanding tribute show at The Meadows.
What You Need to Know Before the Show
Showtime: Doors open at 7 p.m.; Show starts at 8 p.m.
Parking: Parking is free. Valet is available at Main Entrance. The Event Center connects to the North (second) Parking Garage.
Ticket Purchase and Pickup: Available at the Casino Box Office in Main Entrance, Ticketmaster.com or order by phone from Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000. Will Call is at the Casino Box Office.
Age Restrictions: Show is open to all ages. Under 21 must enter through North Garage Entrance.
Outside Drinks/Food: No outside food or beverages allowed. Food and drinks are available in the Event Center and inside the casino. No glass allowed. If you get a drink in the casino, please let your bartender or cocktail server know you are headed into the Event Center.
Venue Restrictions: No professional photography. No cameras with detachable lenses. Bags and purses will be checked. No knives, guns or other weapons allowed.
General Concert Info: Audience is permitted to stand or sit in their seat area during the event. No standing on seats. Keep aisles clear during performance.