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Chart-topping supporting acts for two headline January shows: Parmalee and Ed Kowalczyk

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Just announced - two chart-topping openers for headline performances this January! 

Caesars Windsor is thrilled to welcome up-and-coming country band Parmalee, opening for Scotty McCreery on Friday, January 10 at 8 pm for an ALL AGES show. 

Country rockers Parmalee are rising stars, climbing the Country Billboard Charts to #4 this week with their hit single "Carolina", hot off of their major-label debut album Feels Like Carolina, set to release on December 10. The band's country rock sound has its roots in bluegrass, traditional country, southern rock and blues, winning over thousands of devoted fans. Their debut single and fun-loving party anthem "Musts Had a Good Time" remained #1 for four consecutive weeks on SiriusXM's Hot 30 Live countdown and is a Top 40 hit on country radio. For more information visit www.parmalee.com. 

Another chart-topping special guest performing in the Colosseum is singer-songwriter Ed Kowalczyk, opening for Collective Soul on Friday, January 24 at 9 pm. Lead singer of the multi-platinum American rock band Live, Kowalczyk's incredible vocals lead the band's global success, with 20 million albums sold worldwide and a string of 90s hits including "Lightning Crashes," "I Alone," "All Over You" and "Selling the Drama". Don't miss out on Kowalczyk's acoustic I Alone performance featuring singles from Live and his newest solo album The Flood and The Mercy. For more information visit www.edkowalczyk.com.

Tickets for both shows start at $20 Canadian and are on sale now!

Ticket purchases can be made through caesarswindsor.com, ticketmaster.ca or at the Box Office located in the main casino building on the second floor, open Wednesday to Sunday from noon to 8 pm. On concert days, the Box Office is open noon until midnight. Guests must be 19 years of age or older to attend concerts and to enter the casino and all other outlets. Prices listed do not include applicable taxes and fees.