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  • Kansas Crossing 5X POINTS
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-04-2019-12-03-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    MONDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe your DynaMYte Club card at any kiosk to activate your 5X points!

    Then exchange your points for bonus Crossing Cash each Saturday in November from 10AM-11:59PM.

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  • Kansas Crossing Dynamite Point Multiplier
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-05-2019-12-04-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    TUESDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe at any kiosk to activate!
    Ruby: 5X points
    Topaz: 10X points
    Gold: 15X points

  • High Winds Tuesdays Cheap Date Night
    5:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-05-2019-12-04-2019
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    high-winds-casino outside

    Tuesdays Cheap Date Night! Call your bestie, grab your spouse, kidnap your sister! Happy hour kicks off the night between 4 pm and 8 pm. Head to our Steakhouse and buy one entrée or appetizer and get one of equal or lesser value for half the price (5 pm-9 pm)! Then hit the machines to earn 3X the points between 8 am to 10 pm! Finish off your date night with our red card hot seat drawings between 6 pm and 10 pm, every 20 minutes we will draw a winner for $25 Free Play! That winner then gets to choose ANOTHER winner that will receive $25 Free Play!

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  • Kansas Crossing Camp 49
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-06-2019-12-05-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    kansas crossing three line logo

    WEDNESDAYS IN NOVEMBER

    kansas crossing camp 49

    $49 HOT SEATS // 10AM–2PM
    Every 15 minutes, one camp 49’er will win $49 in Crossing Cash
    4X POINTS // NOON–4PM
    FREE MATINÉE TRIBUTE SHOWS // 1PM–3PM
    November 6 // Dolly Parton & Reba McEntire
    November 13 // Michael Jackson
    November 20 // Barbara Streisand
    November 27 // Buddy Holly
    UNDER $49 HOT SEATS // 6PM–10PM
    Every 15 minutes, one DynaMYte Club member under 49 will win $49 in Crossing Cash

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  • Kansas Crossing Slot Tournament
    6:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-07-2019-12-19-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    THURSDAYS BETWEEN NOV 7 – DEC 19 // 6PM-10PM

    EACH PRELIMINARY WEEK: First place $1,000 Cash, 2nd-15th $50 Crossing Cash.
    Top 5 from each week advance to Final on December 19.

    FINAL ROUND // THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19
    Paying out top 35 positions, totaling $15,000 in Cash and Crossing Cash.
    1st Place Grand Prize of $10,000 CASH!

  • Bordertown DANCING LESSONS
    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    11-07-2019-07-07-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Two-Step & Line Dancing Lessons @ Lost Creek Saloon

    Every Thursday at 6pm

    Two-Step Lessons start at 6pm followed by Line Dancing Lessons at 7pm every Thursday in Lost Creek Saloon.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

  • Bordertown OPEN KARAOKE
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-07-2019-07-07-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Every Thursday at 8pm

    Open Karaoke every Thursday night starting at 8pm.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

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  • Kansas Crossing 5X POINTS
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-11-2019-12-10-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    MONDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe your DynaMYte Club card at any kiosk to activate your 5X points!

    Then exchange your points for bonus Crossing Cash each Saturday in November from 10AM-11:59PM.

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  • Kansas Crossing Dynamite Point Multiplier
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-12-2019-12-11-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    TUESDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe at any kiosk to activate!
    Ruby: 5X points
    Topaz: 10X points
    Gold: 15X points

  • High Winds Tuesdays Cheap Date Night
    5:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-12-2019-12-11-2019
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    high-winds-casino outside

    Tuesdays Cheap Date Night! Call your bestie, grab your spouse, kidnap your sister! Happy hour kicks off the night between 4 pm and 8 pm. Head to our Steakhouse and buy one entrée or appetizer and get one of equal or lesser value for half the price (5 pm-9 pm)! Then hit the machines to earn 3X the points between 8 am to 10 pm! Finish off your date night with our red card hot seat drawings between 6 pm and 10 pm, every 20 minutes we will draw a winner for $25 Free Play! That winner then gets to choose ANOTHER winner that will receive $25 Free Play!

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  • Kansas Crossing Camp 49
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-13-2019-12-12-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    kansas crossing three line logo

    WEDNESDAYS IN NOVEMBER

    kansas crossing camp 49

    $49 HOT SEATS // 10AM–2PM
    Every 15 minutes, one camp 49’er will win $49 in Crossing Cash
    4X POINTS // NOON–4PM
    FREE MATINÉE TRIBUTE SHOWS // 1PM–3PM
    November 6 // Dolly Parton & Reba McEntire
    November 13 // Michael Jackson
    November 20 // Barbara Streisand
    November 27 // Buddy Holly
    UNDER $49 HOT SEATS // 6PM–10PM
    Every 15 minutes, one DynaMYte Club member under 49 will win $49 in Crossing Cash

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  • Kansas Crossing Slot Tournament
    6:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-14-2019-12-26-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    THURSDAYS BETWEEN NOV 7 – DEC 19 // 6PM-10PM

    EACH PRELIMINARY WEEK: First place $1,000 Cash, 2nd-15th $50 Crossing Cash.
    Top 5 from each week advance to Final on December 19.

    FINAL ROUND // THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19
    Paying out top 35 positions, totaling $15,000 in Cash and Crossing Cash.
    1st Place Grand Prize of $10,000 CASH!

  • Bordertown DANCING LESSONS
    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    11-14-2019-07-14-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Two-Step & Line Dancing Lessons @ Lost Creek Saloon

    Every Thursday at 6pm

    Two-Step Lessons start at 6pm followed by Line Dancing Lessons at 7pm every Thursday in Lost Creek Saloon.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

  • Bordertown OPEN KARAOKE
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-14-2019-07-14-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Every Thursday at 8pm

    Open Karaoke every Thursday night starting at 8pm.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

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  • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
    10:00 AM-11:59 PM
    11-16-2019-12-15-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

    Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

  • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
    3:00 PM-11:00 PM
    11-16-2019-07-16-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

    *For all BTCA/ABBI Events, owners will be required to check in on Friday the day before the event. Check in time will be from 2pm to 6pm. An entrance fee for all arena events. $5 for adults, $2 for children from 2-12, free for children under 2.

     

  • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
    7:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-16-2019-07-16-2020
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA

  • Kansas Crossing Nathan Timmell and Kevin Chacha
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-16-2019
    1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    Thursday, NOVEMBER 21 | 8PM –BUY TICKETS HERE–

    Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Nathan started his comedy career in the Big Cheese State. After graduating from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree in English, Nathan realized he was unemployable. One open mic later and a career in the business of laughter began.

    Nathan has recorded five comedy CDs (and receives regular airplay on Sirius/XM radio), been a guest on the Bob & Tom Show, and traveled overseas to perform for American troops—including stops in Iraq and Afghanistan. He performs at comedy clubs around the country, from Buffalo to Albuquerque and Colorado Springs to Baltimore.

    “When one of my doormen has to leave the showroom because he’s laughing so hard, I know I’ve got a good comedian on stage.”
    Dave DeCaro, Manager—Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle, Royal Oak, Michigan

  • Kansas Crossing Josh Abbott Band Concert
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-16-2019
    1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    Saturday, NOVEMBER 16th | 8PM –BUY TICKETS HERE–

    Let the good times roll.

    When fans of Texas-bred Josh Abbott Band hear the four-track EP Catching Fire, they’re likely to reconnect with a sound from the not-so-distant past. They’re songs of positivity, built on solid country textures and unified by Abbott’s congenial-but-experienced voice.

    The seven-piece group cut its teeth as a hard-touring act with hooky melodies that deliver real- world stories. Led by the true-to-life cycles in Abbott’s life, JAB explored new territory with its last two albums – documenting the dissolution of a marriage in Front Row and adding strings and a horn section to Until My Voice Goes Out – but Catching Fire captures a sense of personal renewal.

    “My embers are startin’ to glow again,” Abbott sings in the opening line of the title track. Indeed, the entire Catching Fire project is bright, spry and optimistic. From the limber lines of Preston Wait’s fiddle to the decisive crack of Edward Villanueva’s snare and the animated scratch of Abbott’s acoustic guitar, there’s a relaxed energy to the project, a sense of hard-won spirit that can only be developed by confronting – and conquering – emotional hurdles.

    “We have a whole new refocused attitude on what we’re gonna do now moving forward,” Abbott says. “Catching Fire is a reflection of what’s happened over the last year and a half of my life.”

    “Surprise Surprise” – a jaunty, driving bit of autobiography – details the rise and fall and rise again, namechecking banjo player Austin Davis in the opening line as it follows JAB’s 2006 inception and ascent to one of country’s most dynamic live acts. Likewise, verse two loosely documents Abbott’s own relationship travails, from love to broken heart to a marriage that resulted in his first child.

    While Catching Fire captures the band’s current heartbeat, the songs fit so neatly into the JAB live set that fans experienced them as if they were already part of the band’s canon.

    “Half the time, I don’t even introduce them as new songs,” Abbott notes. “We just roll in and play them and watch the fans just bounce around and jam and have fun. Sometimes you’ll see fans look around like, ‘Do you know this song?’ But by the end of the song they’re singing it.”

    Country fans have been singing JAB songs for more than a decade already. The band got its start when Abbott and Davis, frat brothers at Lubbock’s Texas Tech University, braved the stage on open-mic nights at Blue Light Live. Davis managed to make the bluegrass-based banjo fit in a contemporary country setting, establishing a blueprint as additional members joined JAB. Villanueva brought a rock- band spirit on drums and Wait hardened the group’s country stance with his flagship fiddle when they signed on 18 months later. Lead guitarist Caleb Keeter joined in 2010, amping up the group’s power quotient, while keyboard player David Fralin took his place in 2015, bringing an additional layer of texture. The newest member – bass player Jimmy Hartman – added his name to the lineup in 2018, solidifying JAB’s signature tough undercurrent.

    The band’s relentless on-stage attitude quickly made it a successful touring act, building out from a Texas band to a regional act to a national crew with a devoted following from coast to coast.

    Concurrently, JAB developed its own label, Pretty Damn Tough Records, before that was an accepted practice in country circles. Two of their projects, Small Town Family Dream and Front Row Seat, scored top 10 debuts on the Billboard country albums chart, while five titles cracked the Billboard country singles lists, including a pair – “Oh, Tonight” with Kacey Musgraves; and “Wasn’t That Drunk,” with Carly Pearce – that represented the first chart appearance for current female country stars.

    All that music established JAB as a band of renown: a good-timin’ cast with a plethora of sing- along songs that raised concert-goers’ spirits whether your date was a fellow college student or a series of longnecks from the bar.

    “When you’re a young band, you wouldn’t know this, but those first couple albums you put out, that is who you are,” Abbott notes. “That is your sound.”

    As any reasonable rebel does, the band tested its parameters once it was on solid footing. They signed for a short time with a major label, experimenting by mixing their raw tone with a more commercial edge. As they returned to indie status, Abbott ambitiously documented his first marriage in Front Row Seat. And the expansive Until My Voice Goes Out, recorded as Abbott tended to an ailing father, mixed elegant strings and a Memphis-tipped horn sound. His dad passed away just weeks before they finished the album, and it created a rite of passage that was particularly difficult to process in such a public occupation.

    “There were nights in that first year after my dad died, I was bawling five minutes before we went on stage, and I’d have to wipe the tears away and throw on a smile and sing ‘My Texas,’” Abbott recalls. “A good time is what they come for, and I didn’t want to rob them of their experience because of a hardship that I’m going through in my life. I could mourn my father when I was in the back of the bus. The time for it wasn’t when I was on stage.”

    Those concerts, in fact, planted some of the first seeds of renewal in Abbott’s life.

    “When you’re able to have fun with a crowd of people and sing and dance around on stage, it’s definitely therapeutic,” he says.

    As he put the pieces back together and felt a personal sense of renewal, the band as a whole felt a need to get back to its own roots. They took the four new songs – the Abbott/Wait compositions and the two outside pieces – and teamed with accomplished producer Marshall Altman (Marc Broussard, Frankie Ballard, Aaron Watson) for sessions at the Sonic Ranch on the outskirts of El Paso.

    The multi-studio facility, nestled in a working pecan orchard, is appointed with bright tapestries and cozy casitas – residences that provide an uncanny flexibility. Billy Gibbons, Third Eye Blind, Midland and Portugal. The Man are among the acts who’ve found inspiration at the Ranch. JAB typically recorded into the wee hours of the morning, hitting their creative stride around the hours when their biological clocks reach their live-performance peak.

    “Generally when you record in the studio, you’re working daytime hours,” Abbott says. “But out here in this place, it’s your studio basically; you can do what you want. There were nights that we were recording till 2 or 3 a.m., and then the next day we just wouldn’t start until noon. That’s musician time. We’re so wired to really get our brains going at 10 p.m.”

    The band’s musical renewal is perhaps timely. Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, Aaron Watson, Midland and Cody Johnson are successfully blending the Texas mindset – a country framework with unique, multi-genre flavors – into commercial country music, and the JAB tradition fits neatly into that trend.

    “If you didn’t know any better, you would have thought Jon Pardi or Luke Combs could have been from Texas,” Abbott says. “I just look at what’s going on in music – not only with the Texas people, but with some of the others that are succeeding from other states – and I just hear similarities.”

    Catching Fire brings a sense of similarity back to JAB’s own foundation. It’s a return to the band’s sonic past, a revival of its bar-bred optimism and fiery individualism. And it’s a reflection of the group’s off-stage cycles as old chapters are closed and a renewed, upbeat storyline comes to life.

    “It’s not about being sad, it’s not about losing a father or going through a divorce,” Abbott says, elaborating on its current emotional position. “We have a great career, we have a great fan base, we’re still making music for a living. I have a beautiful wife and little daughter that bring me join every day. So there’s a whole lot of personal renewal, and Catching Fire represents all of that. There’s nothing slow, nothing sad.”

    Just a JAB-style good time.

  • More events
    • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
      10:00 AM-11:59 PM
      11-16-2019-12-15-2019
      US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
      US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

      SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

      Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

    • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
      3:00 PM-11:00 PM
      11-16-2019-07-16-2020
      129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
      129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
      bordertown casino n arena

      COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

      *For all BTCA/ABBI Events, owners will be required to check in on Friday the day before the event. Check in time will be from 2pm to 6pm. An entrance fee for all arena events. $5 for adults, $2 for children from 2-12, free for children under 2.

       

    • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
      7:00 PM-11:59 PM
      11-16-2019-07-16-2020
      69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
      69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
    • Kansas Crossing Nathan Timmell and Kevin Chacha
      8:00 PM-11:59 PM
      11-16-2019
      1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
      1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

      Thursday, NOVEMBER 21 | 8PM –BUY TICKETS HERE–

      Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Nathan started his comedy career in the Big Cheese State. After graduating from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree in English, Nathan realized he was unemployable. One open mic later and a career in the business of laughter began.

      Nathan has recorded five comedy CDs (and receives regular airplay on Sirius/XM radio), been a guest on the Bob & Tom Show, and traveled overseas to perform for American troops—including stops in Iraq and Afghanistan. He performs at comedy clubs around the country, from Buffalo to Albuquerque and Colorado Springs to Baltimore.

      “When one of my doormen has to leave the showroom because he’s laughing so hard, I know I’ve got a good comedian on stage.”
      Dave DeCaro, Manager—Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle, Royal Oak, Michigan

    • Kansas Crossing Josh Abbott Band Concert
      8:00 PM-11:59 PM
      11-16-2019
      1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
      1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

      Saturday, NOVEMBER 16th | 8PM –BUY TICKETS HERE–

      Let the good times roll.

      When fans of Texas-bred Josh Abbott Band hear the four-track EP Catching Fire, they’re likely to reconnect with a sound from the not-so-distant past. They’re songs of positivity, built on solid country textures and unified by Abbott’s congenial-but-experienced voice.

      The seven-piece group cut its teeth as a hard-touring act with hooky melodies that deliver real- world stories. Led by the true-to-life cycles in Abbott’s life, JAB explored new territory with its last two albums – documenting the dissolution of a marriage in Front Row and adding strings and a horn section to Until My Voice Goes Out – but Catching Fire captures a sense of personal renewal.

      “My embers are startin’ to glow again,” Abbott sings in the opening line of the title track. Indeed, the entire Catching Fire project is bright, spry and optimistic. From the limber lines of Preston Wait’s fiddle to the decisive crack of Edward Villanueva’s snare and the animated scratch of Abbott’s acoustic guitar, there’s a relaxed energy to the project, a sense of hard-won spirit that can only be developed by confronting – and conquering – emotional hurdles.

      “We have a whole new refocused attitude on what we’re gonna do now moving forward,” Abbott says. “Catching Fire is a reflection of what’s happened over the last year and a half of my life.”

      “Surprise Surprise” – a jaunty, driving bit of autobiography – details the rise and fall and rise again, namechecking banjo player Austin Davis in the opening line as it follows JAB’s 2006 inception and ascent to one of country’s most dynamic live acts. Likewise, verse two loosely documents Abbott’s own relationship travails, from love to broken heart to a marriage that resulted in his first child.

      While Catching Fire captures the band’s current heartbeat, the songs fit so neatly into the JAB live set that fans experienced them as if they were already part of the band’s canon.

      “Half the time, I don’t even introduce them as new songs,” Abbott notes. “We just roll in and play them and watch the fans just bounce around and jam and have fun. Sometimes you’ll see fans look around like, ‘Do you know this song?’ But by the end of the song they’re singing it.”

      Country fans have been singing JAB songs for more than a decade already. The band got its start when Abbott and Davis, frat brothers at Lubbock’s Texas Tech University, braved the stage on open-mic nights at Blue Light Live. Davis managed to make the bluegrass-based banjo fit in a contemporary country setting, establishing a blueprint as additional members joined JAB. Villanueva brought a rock- band spirit on drums and Wait hardened the group’s country stance with his flagship fiddle when they signed on 18 months later. Lead guitarist Caleb Keeter joined in 2010, amping up the group’s power quotient, while keyboard player David Fralin took his place in 2015, bringing an additional layer of texture. The newest member – bass player Jimmy Hartman – added his name to the lineup in 2018, solidifying JAB’s signature tough undercurrent.

      The band’s relentless on-stage attitude quickly made it a successful touring act, building out from a Texas band to a regional act to a national crew with a devoted following from coast to coast.

      Concurrently, JAB developed its own label, Pretty Damn Tough Records, before that was an accepted practice in country circles. Two of their projects, Small Town Family Dream and Front Row Seat, scored top 10 debuts on the Billboard country albums chart, while five titles cracked the Billboard country singles lists, including a pair – “Oh, Tonight” with Kacey Musgraves; and “Wasn’t That Drunk,” with Carly Pearce – that represented the first chart appearance for current female country stars.

      All that music established JAB as a band of renown: a good-timin’ cast with a plethora of sing- along songs that raised concert-goers’ spirits whether your date was a fellow college student or a series of longnecks from the bar.

      “When you’re a young band, you wouldn’t know this, but those first couple albums you put out, that is who you are,” Abbott notes. “That is your sound.”

      As any reasonable rebel does, the band tested its parameters once it was on solid footing. They signed for a short time with a major label, experimenting by mixing their raw tone with a more commercial edge. As they returned to indie status, Abbott ambitiously documented his first marriage in Front Row Seat. And the expansive Until My Voice Goes Out, recorded as Abbott tended to an ailing father, mixed elegant strings and a Memphis-tipped horn sound. His dad passed away just weeks before they finished the album, and it created a rite of passage that was particularly difficult to process in such a public occupation.

      “There were nights in that first year after my dad died, I was bawling five minutes before we went on stage, and I’d have to wipe the tears away and throw on a smile and sing ‘My Texas,’” Abbott recalls. “A good time is what they come for, and I didn’t want to rob them of their experience because of a hardship that I’m going through in my life. I could mourn my father when I was in the back of the bus. The time for it wasn’t when I was on stage.”

      Those concerts, in fact, planted some of the first seeds of renewal in Abbott’s life.

      “When you’re able to have fun with a crowd of people and sing and dance around on stage, it’s definitely therapeutic,” he says.

      As he put the pieces back together and felt a personal sense of renewal, the band as a whole felt a need to get back to its own roots. They took the four new songs – the Abbott/Wait compositions and the two outside pieces – and teamed with accomplished producer Marshall Altman (Marc Broussard, Frankie Ballard, Aaron Watson) for sessions at the Sonic Ranch on the outskirts of El Paso.

      The multi-studio facility, nestled in a working pecan orchard, is appointed with bright tapestries and cozy casitas – residences that provide an uncanny flexibility. Billy Gibbons, Third Eye Blind, Midland and Portugal. The Man are among the acts who’ve found inspiration at the Ranch. JAB typically recorded into the wee hours of the morning, hitting their creative stride around the hours when their biological clocks reach their live-performance peak.

      “Generally when you record in the studio, you’re working daytime hours,” Abbott says. “But out here in this place, it’s your studio basically; you can do what you want. There were nights that we were recording till 2 or 3 a.m., and then the next day we just wouldn’t start until noon. That’s musician time. We’re so wired to really get our brains going at 10 p.m.”

      The band’s musical renewal is perhaps timely. Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, Aaron Watson, Midland and Cody Johnson are successfully blending the Texas mindset – a country framework with unique, multi-genre flavors – into commercial country music, and the JAB tradition fits neatly into that trend.

      “If you didn’t know any better, you would have thought Jon Pardi or Luke Combs could have been from Texas,” Abbott says. “I just look at what’s going on in music – not only with the Texas people, but with some of the others that are succeeding from other states – and I just hear similarities.”

      Catching Fire brings a sense of similarity back to JAB’s own foundation. It’s a return to the band’s sonic past, a revival of its bar-bred optimism and fiery individualism. And it’s a reflection of the group’s off-stage cycles as old chapters are closed and a renewed, upbeat storyline comes to life.

      “It’s not about being sad, it’s not about losing a father or going through a divorce,” Abbott says, elaborating on its current emotional position. “We have a great career, we have a great fan base, we’re still making music for a living. I have a beautiful wife and little daughter that bring me join every day. So there’s a whole lot of personal renewal, and Catching Fire represents all of that. There’s nothing slow, nothing sad.”

      Just a JAB-style good time.

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  • Kansas Crossing 5X POINTS
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-18-2019-12-17-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    MONDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe your DynaMYte Club card at any kiosk to activate your 5X points!

    Then exchange your points for bonus Crossing Cash each Saturday in November from 10AM-11:59PM.

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  • Kansas Crossing Dynamite Point Multiplier
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-19-2019-12-18-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    TUESDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe at any kiosk to activate!
    Ruby: 5X points
    Topaz: 10X points
    Gold: 15X points

  • High Winds Tuesdays Cheap Date Night
    5:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-19-2019-12-18-2019
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    high-winds-casino outside

    Tuesdays Cheap Date Night! Call your bestie, grab your spouse, kidnap your sister! Happy hour kicks off the night between 4 pm and 8 pm. Head to our Steakhouse and buy one entrée or appetizer and get one of equal or lesser value for half the price (5 pm-9 pm)! Then hit the machines to earn 3X the points between 8 am to 10 pm! Finish off your date night with our red card hot seat drawings between 6 pm and 10 pm, every 20 minutes we will draw a winner for $25 Free Play! That winner then gets to choose ANOTHER winner that will receive $25 Free Play!

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  • Kansas Crossing Camp 49
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-20-2019-12-19-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    kansas crossing three line logo

    WEDNESDAYS IN NOVEMBER

    kansas crossing camp 49

    $49 HOT SEATS // 10AM–2PM
    Every 15 minutes, one camp 49’er will win $49 in Crossing Cash
    4X POINTS // NOON–4PM
    FREE MATINÉE TRIBUTE SHOWS // 1PM–3PM
    November 6 // Dolly Parton & Reba McEntire
    November 13 // Michael Jackson
    November 20 // Barbara Streisand
    November 27 // Buddy Holly
    UNDER $49 HOT SEATS // 6PM–10PM
    Every 15 minutes, one DynaMYte Club member under 49 will win $49 in Crossing Cash

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  • Kansas Crossing Slot Tournament
    6:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-21-2019-01-02-2020
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    THURSDAYS BETWEEN NOV 7 – DEC 19 // 6PM-10PM

    EACH PRELIMINARY WEEK: First place $1,000 Cash, 2nd-15th $50 Crossing Cash.
    Top 5 from each week advance to Final on December 19.

    FINAL ROUND // THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19
    Paying out top 35 positions, totaling $15,000 in Cash and Crossing Cash.
    1st Place Grand Prize of $10,000 CASH!

  • Bordertown DANCING LESSONS
    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    11-21-2019-07-21-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Two-Step & Line Dancing Lessons @ Lost Creek Saloon

    Every Thursday at 6pm

    Two-Step Lessons start at 6pm followed by Line Dancing Lessons at 7pm every Thursday in Lost Creek Saloon.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

  • Bordertown OPEN KARAOKE
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-21-2019-07-21-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Every Thursday at 8pm

    Open Karaoke every Thursday night starting at 8pm.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

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  • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
    10:00 AM-11:59 PM
    11-23-2019-12-22-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

    Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

  • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
    3:00 PM-11:00 PM
    11-23-2019-07-23-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

    *For all BTCA/ABBI Events, owners will be required to check in on Friday the day before the event. Check in time will be from 2pm to 6pm. An entrance fee for all arena events. $5 for adults, $2 for children from 2-12, free for children under 2.

     

  • High Winds $50K Christmas Cash Blowout
    6:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-23-2019
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    high-winds-casino outside
    $50,000 Christmas Cash Blowout is 2 drawing-packed nights with up to $50,000 total in cash going out the door this November and December! 10 Red Card Hot Seat Winners will step inside our Cash Machine loaded with $1,500 and grab all the loot they can! Enter hopper drawings by earning entries between November 1, 2019, up to our 1st drawing night, will be held on November 23, 2019. Earn entries for the 2nd drawing night being held on December 21, 2019. The hopper drawings will consist of the following:

    1st drawing – $500
    2nd drawing – $1,000
    3rd drawing – $500
    4th drawing – $1,000
    5th drawing – $500
    6th drawing – $1,000
    7th drawing – $500
    8th drawing – $5,000
    One entry is all it takes. Get started today!

     

  • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
    7:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-23-2019-07-23-2020
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA

  • More events
    • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
      10:00 AM-11:59 PM
      11-23-2019-12-22-2019
      US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
      US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

      SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

      Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

    • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
      3:00 PM-11:00 PM
      11-23-2019-07-23-2020
      129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
      129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
      bordertown casino n arena

      COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

      *For all BTCA/ABBI Events, owners will be required to check in on Friday the day before the event. Check in time will be from 2pm to 6pm. An entrance fee for all arena events. $5 for adults, $2 for children from 2-12, free for children under 2.

       

    • High Winds $50K Christmas Cash Blowout
      6:00 PM-11:59 PM
      11-23-2019
      61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
      61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
      high-winds-casino outside
      $50,000 Christmas Cash Blowout is 2 drawing-packed nights with up to $50,000 total in cash going out the door this November and December! 10 Red Card Hot Seat Winners will step inside our Cash Machine loaded with $1,500 and grab all the loot they can! Enter hopper drawings by earning entries between November 1, 2019, up to our 1st drawing night, will be held on November 23, 2019. Earn entries for the 2nd drawing night being held on December 21, 2019. The hopper drawings will consist of the following:

      1st drawing – $500
      2nd drawing – $1,000
      3rd drawing – $500
      4th drawing – $1,000
      5th drawing – $500
      6th drawing – $1,000
      7th drawing – $500
      8th drawing – $5,000
      One entry is all it takes. Get started today!

       

    • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
      7:00 PM-11:59 PM
      11-23-2019-07-23-2020
      69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
      69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
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  • Kansas Crossing 5X POINTS
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-25-2019-12-24-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    MONDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe your DynaMYte Club card at any kiosk to activate your 5X points!

    Then exchange your points for bonus Crossing Cash each Saturday in November from 10AM-11:59PM.

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  • Kansas Crossing Dynamite Point Multiplier
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-26-2019-12-25-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    TUESDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe at any kiosk to activate!
    Ruby: 5X points
    Topaz: 10X points
    Gold: 15X points

  • High Winds Tuesdays Cheap Date Night
    5:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-26-2019-12-25-2019
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    high-winds-casino outside

    Tuesdays Cheap Date Night! Call your bestie, grab your spouse, kidnap your sister! Happy hour kicks off the night between 4 pm and 8 pm. Head to our Steakhouse and buy one entrée or appetizer and get one of equal or lesser value for half the price (5 pm-9 pm)! Then hit the machines to earn 3X the points between 8 am to 10 pm! Finish off your date night with our red card hot seat drawings between 6 pm and 10 pm, every 20 minutes we will draw a winner for $25 Free Play! That winner then gets to choose ANOTHER winner that will receive $25 Free Play!

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  • Kansas Crossing Camp 49
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-27-2019-12-26-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    kansas crossing three line logo

    WEDNESDAYS IN NOVEMBER

    kansas crossing camp 49

    $49 HOT SEATS // 10AM–2PM
    Every 15 minutes, one camp 49’er will win $49 in Crossing Cash
    4X POINTS // NOON–4PM
    FREE MATINÉE TRIBUTE SHOWS // 1PM–3PM
    November 6 // Dolly Parton & Reba McEntire
    November 13 // Michael Jackson
    November 20 // Barbara Streisand
    November 27 // Buddy Holly
    UNDER $49 HOT SEATS // 6PM–10PM
    Every 15 minutes, one DynaMYte Club member under 49 will win $49 in Crossing Cash

28
  • Kansas Crossing Slot Tournament
    6:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-28-2019-01-09-2020
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    THURSDAYS BETWEEN NOV 7 – DEC 19 // 6PM-10PM

    EACH PRELIMINARY WEEK: First place $1,000 Cash, 2nd-15th $50 Crossing Cash.
    Top 5 from each week advance to Final on December 19.

    FINAL ROUND // THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19
    Paying out top 35 positions, totaling $15,000 in Cash and Crossing Cash.
    1st Place Grand Prize of $10,000 CASH!

  • Bordertown DANCING LESSONS
    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    11-28-2019-07-28-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Two-Step & Line Dancing Lessons @ Lost Creek Saloon

    Every Thursday at 6pm

    Two-Step Lessons start at 6pm followed by Line Dancing Lessons at 7pm every Thursday in Lost Creek Saloon.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

  • Bordertown OPEN KARAOKE
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-28-2019-07-28-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Every Thursday at 8pm

    Open Karaoke every Thursday night starting at 8pm.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

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  • The Stables Annual Toy Drive
    9:00 AM-11:00 PM
    11-29-2019-12-24-2019
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    stables logo black

    The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive

     ‘Tis the Season for The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive!

    Starting November 29th, receive $20 in Horseplay when you donate a new toy valued at $10 or more.

    Bring your toy to the Gold Club window at The Stables Casino and help us reach our goal of 1,000 toys!

    The toys will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa County, Oklahoma.

    Stables_ToyDrive_social_1842x2304

  • The Stables Feathers of Fortune
    6:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-29-2019
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    stables logo black

    Feathers of Fortune, Friday, November 29th

    $3,000 Grand Prize!

    $300 Consolation prizes (During final round)

    Patrons can earn entries beginning November 4th (15 points per entry)

    **CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS**

  • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
    7:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-29-2019-07-29-2020
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA

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  • The Stables Annual Toy Drive
    9:00 AM-11:00 PM
    11-30-2019-12-25-2019
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    stables logo black

    The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive

     ‘Tis the Season for The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive!

    Starting November 29th, receive $20 in Horseplay when you donate a new toy valued at $10 or more.

    Bring your toy to the Gold Club window at The Stables Casino and help us reach our goal of 1,000 toys!

    The toys will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa County, Oklahoma.

    Stables_ToyDrive_social_1842x2304

  • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
    10:00 AM-11:59 PM
    11-30-2019-12-29-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

    Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

  • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
    3:00 PM-11:00 PM
    11-30-2019-07-30-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

    *For all BTCA/ABBI Events, owners will be required to check in on Friday the day before the event. Check in time will be from 2pm to 6pm. An entrance fee for all arena events. $5 for adults, $2 for children from 2-12, free for children under 2.

     

  • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
    7:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-30-2019-07-30-2020
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA

  • More events
    • The Stables Annual Toy Drive
      9:00 AM-11:00 PM
      11-30-2019-12-25-2019
      530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA
      530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA
      stables logo black

      The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive

       ‘Tis the Season for The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive!

      Starting November 29th, receive $20 in Horseplay when you donate a new toy valued at $10 or more.

      Bring your toy to the Gold Club window at The Stables Casino and help us reach our goal of 1,000 toys!

      The toys will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa County, Oklahoma.

      Stables_ToyDrive_social_1842x2304

    • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
      10:00 AM-11:59 PM
      11-30-2019-12-29-2019
      US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
      US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

      SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

      Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

    • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
      3:00 PM-11:00 PM
      11-30-2019-07-30-2020
      129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
      129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
      bordertown casino n arena

      COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

      *For all BTCA/ABBI Events, owners will be required to check in on Friday the day before the event. Check in time will be from 2pm to 6pm. An entrance fee for all arena events. $5 for adults, $2 for children from 2-12, free for children under 2.

       

    • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
      7:00 PM-11:59 PM
      11-30-2019-07-30-2020
      69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
      69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA

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  • Kansas Crossing 5X POINTS
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-04-2019-12-03-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    MONDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe your DynaMYte Club card at any kiosk to activate your 5X points!

    Then exchange your points for bonus Crossing Cash each Saturday in November from 10AM-11:59PM.

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  • Kansas Crossing Dynamite Point Multiplier
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-05-2019-12-04-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    TUESDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe at any kiosk to activate!
    Ruby: 5X points
    Topaz: 10X points
    Gold: 15X points

  • High Winds Tuesdays Cheap Date Night
    5:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-05-2019-12-04-2019
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    high-winds-casino outside

    Tuesdays Cheap Date Night! Call your bestie, grab your spouse, kidnap your sister! Happy hour kicks off the night between 4 pm and 8 pm. Head to our Steakhouse and buy one entrée or appetizer and get one of equal or lesser value for half the price (5 pm-9 pm)! Then hit the machines to earn 3X the points between 8 am to 10 pm! Finish off your date night with our red card hot seat drawings between 6 pm and 10 pm, every 20 minutes we will draw a winner for $25 Free Play! That winner then gets to choose ANOTHER winner that will receive $25 Free Play!

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  • Kansas Crossing Camp 49
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-06-2019-12-05-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    kansas crossing three line logo

    WEDNESDAYS IN NOVEMBER

    kansas crossing camp 49

    $49 HOT SEATS // 10AM–2PM
    Every 15 minutes, one camp 49’er will win $49 in Crossing Cash
    4X POINTS // NOON–4PM
    FREE MATINÉE TRIBUTE SHOWS // 1PM–3PM
    November 6 // Dolly Parton & Reba McEntire
    November 13 // Michael Jackson
    November 20 // Barbara Streisand
    November 27 // Buddy Holly
    UNDER $49 HOT SEATS // 6PM–10PM
    Every 15 minutes, one DynaMYte Club member under 49 will win $49 in Crossing Cash

7
  • Kansas Crossing Slot Tournament
    6:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-07-2019-12-19-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    THURSDAYS BETWEEN NOV 7 – DEC 19 // 6PM-10PM

    EACH PRELIMINARY WEEK: First place $1,000 Cash, 2nd-15th $50 Crossing Cash.
    Top 5 from each week advance to Final on December 19.

    FINAL ROUND // THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19
    Paying out top 35 positions, totaling $15,000 in Cash and Crossing Cash.
    1st Place Grand Prize of $10,000 CASH!

  • Bordertown DANCING LESSONS
    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    11-07-2019-07-07-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Two-Step & Line Dancing Lessons @ Lost Creek Saloon

    Every Thursday at 6pm

    Two-Step Lessons start at 6pm followed by Line Dancing Lessons at 7pm every Thursday in Lost Creek Saloon.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

  • Bordertown OPEN KARAOKE
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-07-2019-07-07-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Every Thursday at 8pm

    Open Karaoke every Thursday night starting at 8pm.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

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  • Kansas Crossing 5X POINTS
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-11-2019-12-10-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    MONDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe your DynaMYte Club card at any kiosk to activate your 5X points!

    Then exchange your points for bonus Crossing Cash each Saturday in November from 10AM-11:59PM.

12
  • Kansas Crossing Dynamite Point Multiplier
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-12-2019-12-11-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    TUESDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe at any kiosk to activate!
    Ruby: 5X points
    Topaz: 10X points
    Gold: 15X points

  • High Winds Tuesdays Cheap Date Night
    5:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-12-2019-12-11-2019
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    high-winds-casino outside

    Tuesdays Cheap Date Night! Call your bestie, grab your spouse, kidnap your sister! Happy hour kicks off the night between 4 pm and 8 pm. Head to our Steakhouse and buy one entrée or appetizer and get one of equal or lesser value for half the price (5 pm-9 pm)! Then hit the machines to earn 3X the points between 8 am to 10 pm! Finish off your date night with our red card hot seat drawings between 6 pm and 10 pm, every 20 minutes we will draw a winner for $25 Free Play! That winner then gets to choose ANOTHER winner that will receive $25 Free Play!

13
  • Kansas Crossing Camp 49
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-13-2019-12-12-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    kansas crossing three line logo

    WEDNESDAYS IN NOVEMBER

    kansas crossing camp 49

    $49 HOT SEATS // 10AM–2PM
    Every 15 minutes, one camp 49’er will win $49 in Crossing Cash
    4X POINTS // NOON–4PM
    FREE MATINÉE TRIBUTE SHOWS // 1PM–3PM
    November 6 // Dolly Parton & Reba McEntire
    November 13 // Michael Jackson
    November 20 // Barbara Streisand
    November 27 // Buddy Holly
    UNDER $49 HOT SEATS // 6PM–10PM
    Every 15 minutes, one DynaMYte Club member under 49 will win $49 in Crossing Cash

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  • Kansas Crossing Slot Tournament
    6:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-14-2019-12-26-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    THURSDAYS BETWEEN NOV 7 – DEC 19 // 6PM-10PM

    EACH PRELIMINARY WEEK: First place $1,000 Cash, 2nd-15th $50 Crossing Cash.
    Top 5 from each week advance to Final on December 19.

    FINAL ROUND // THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19
    Paying out top 35 positions, totaling $15,000 in Cash and Crossing Cash.
    1st Place Grand Prize of $10,000 CASH!

  • Bordertown DANCING LESSONS
    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    11-14-2019-07-14-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Two-Step & Line Dancing Lessons @ Lost Creek Saloon

    Every Thursday at 6pm

    Two-Step Lessons start at 6pm followed by Line Dancing Lessons at 7pm every Thursday in Lost Creek Saloon.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

  • Bordertown OPEN KARAOKE
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-14-2019-07-14-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Every Thursday at 8pm

    Open Karaoke every Thursday night starting at 8pm.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

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  • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
    10:00 AM-11:59 PM
    11-16-2019-12-15-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

    Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

  • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
    3:00 PM-11:00 PM
    11-16-2019-07-16-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

    *For all BTCA/ABBI Events, owners will be required to check in on Friday the day before the event. Check in time will be from 2pm to 6pm. An entrance fee for all arena events. $5 for adults, $2 for children from 2-12, free for children under 2.

     

  • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
    7:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-16-2019-07-16-2020
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA

  • Kansas Crossing Nathan Timmell and Kevin Chacha
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-16-2019
    1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    Thursday, NOVEMBER 21 | 8PM –BUY TICKETS HERE–

    Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Nathan started his comedy career in the Big Cheese State. After graduating from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree in English, Nathan realized he was unemployable. One open mic later and a career in the business of laughter began.

    Nathan has recorded five comedy CDs (and receives regular airplay on Sirius/XM radio), been a guest on the Bob & Tom Show, and traveled overseas to perform for American troops—including stops in Iraq and Afghanistan. He performs at comedy clubs around the country, from Buffalo to Albuquerque and Colorado Springs to Baltimore.

    “When one of my doormen has to leave the showroom because he’s laughing so hard, I know I’ve got a good comedian on stage.”
    Dave DeCaro, Manager—Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle, Royal Oak, Michigan

  • Kansas Crossing Josh Abbott Band Concert
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-16-2019
    1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    Saturday, NOVEMBER 16th | 8PM –BUY TICKETS HERE–

    Let the good times roll.

    When fans of Texas-bred Josh Abbott Band hear the four-track EP Catching Fire, they’re likely to reconnect with a sound from the not-so-distant past. They’re songs of positivity, built on solid country textures and unified by Abbott’s congenial-but-experienced voice.

    The seven-piece group cut its teeth as a hard-touring act with hooky melodies that deliver real- world stories. Led by the true-to-life cycles in Abbott’s life, JAB explored new territory with its last two albums – documenting the dissolution of a marriage in Front Row and adding strings and a horn section to Until My Voice Goes Out – but Catching Fire captures a sense of personal renewal.

    “My embers are startin’ to glow again,” Abbott sings in the opening line of the title track. Indeed, the entire Catching Fire project is bright, spry and optimistic. From the limber lines of Preston Wait’s fiddle to the decisive crack of Edward Villanueva’s snare and the animated scratch of Abbott’s acoustic guitar, there’s a relaxed energy to the project, a sense of hard-won spirit that can only be developed by confronting – and conquering – emotional hurdles.

    “We have a whole new refocused attitude on what we’re gonna do now moving forward,” Abbott says. “Catching Fire is a reflection of what’s happened over the last year and a half of my life.”

    “Surprise Surprise” – a jaunty, driving bit of autobiography – details the rise and fall and rise again, namechecking banjo player Austin Davis in the opening line as it follows JAB’s 2006 inception and ascent to one of country’s most dynamic live acts. Likewise, verse two loosely documents Abbott’s own relationship travails, from love to broken heart to a marriage that resulted in his first child.

    While Catching Fire captures the band’s current heartbeat, the songs fit so neatly into the JAB live set that fans experienced them as if they were already part of the band’s canon.

    “Half the time, I don’t even introduce them as new songs,” Abbott notes. “We just roll in and play them and watch the fans just bounce around and jam and have fun. Sometimes you’ll see fans look around like, ‘Do you know this song?’ But by the end of the song they’re singing it.”

    Country fans have been singing JAB songs for more than a decade already. The band got its start when Abbott and Davis, frat brothers at Lubbock’s Texas Tech University, braved the stage on open-mic nights at Blue Light Live. Davis managed to make the bluegrass-based banjo fit in a contemporary country setting, establishing a blueprint as additional members joined JAB. Villanueva brought a rock- band spirit on drums and Wait hardened the group’s country stance with his flagship fiddle when they signed on 18 months later. Lead guitarist Caleb Keeter joined in 2010, amping up the group’s power quotient, while keyboard player David Fralin took his place in 2015, bringing an additional layer of texture. The newest member – bass player Jimmy Hartman – added his name to the lineup in 2018, solidifying JAB’s signature tough undercurrent.

    The band’s relentless on-stage attitude quickly made it a successful touring act, building out from a Texas band to a regional act to a national crew with a devoted following from coast to coast.

    Concurrently, JAB developed its own label, Pretty Damn Tough Records, before that was an accepted practice in country circles. Two of their projects, Small Town Family Dream and Front Row Seat, scored top 10 debuts on the Billboard country albums chart, while five titles cracked the Billboard country singles lists, including a pair – “Oh, Tonight” with Kacey Musgraves; and “Wasn’t That Drunk,” with Carly Pearce – that represented the first chart appearance for current female country stars.

    All that music established JAB as a band of renown: a good-timin’ cast with a plethora of sing- along songs that raised concert-goers’ spirits whether your date was a fellow college student or a series of longnecks from the bar.

    “When you’re a young band, you wouldn’t know this, but those first couple albums you put out, that is who you are,” Abbott notes. “That is your sound.”

    As any reasonable rebel does, the band tested its parameters once it was on solid footing. They signed for a short time with a major label, experimenting by mixing their raw tone with a more commercial edge. As they returned to indie status, Abbott ambitiously documented his first marriage in Front Row Seat. And the expansive Until My Voice Goes Out, recorded as Abbott tended to an ailing father, mixed elegant strings and a Memphis-tipped horn sound. His dad passed away just weeks before they finished the album, and it created a rite of passage that was particularly difficult to process in such a public occupation.

    “There were nights in that first year after my dad died, I was bawling five minutes before we went on stage, and I’d have to wipe the tears away and throw on a smile and sing ‘My Texas,’” Abbott recalls. “A good time is what they come for, and I didn’t want to rob them of their experience because of a hardship that I’m going through in my life. I could mourn my father when I was in the back of the bus. The time for it wasn’t when I was on stage.”

    Those concerts, in fact, planted some of the first seeds of renewal in Abbott’s life.

    “When you’re able to have fun with a crowd of people and sing and dance around on stage, it’s definitely therapeutic,” he says.

    As he put the pieces back together and felt a personal sense of renewal, the band as a whole felt a need to get back to its own roots. They took the four new songs – the Abbott/Wait compositions and the two outside pieces – and teamed with accomplished producer Marshall Altman (Marc Broussard, Frankie Ballard, Aaron Watson) for sessions at the Sonic Ranch on the outskirts of El Paso.

    The multi-studio facility, nestled in a working pecan orchard, is appointed with bright tapestries and cozy casitas – residences that provide an uncanny flexibility. Billy Gibbons, Third Eye Blind, Midland and Portugal. The Man are among the acts who’ve found inspiration at the Ranch. JAB typically recorded into the wee hours of the morning, hitting their creative stride around the hours when their biological clocks reach their live-performance peak.

    “Generally when you record in the studio, you’re working daytime hours,” Abbott says. “But out here in this place, it’s your studio basically; you can do what you want. There were nights that we were recording till 2 or 3 a.m., and then the next day we just wouldn’t start until noon. That’s musician time. We’re so wired to really get our brains going at 10 p.m.”

    The band’s musical renewal is perhaps timely. Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, Aaron Watson, Midland and Cody Johnson are successfully blending the Texas mindset – a country framework with unique, multi-genre flavors – into commercial country music, and the JAB tradition fits neatly into that trend.

    “If you didn’t know any better, you would have thought Jon Pardi or Luke Combs could have been from Texas,” Abbott says. “I just look at what’s going on in music – not only with the Texas people, but with some of the others that are succeeding from other states – and I just hear similarities.”

    Catching Fire brings a sense of similarity back to JAB’s own foundation. It’s a return to the band’s sonic past, a revival of its bar-bred optimism and fiery individualism. And it’s a reflection of the group’s off-stage cycles as old chapters are closed and a renewed, upbeat storyline comes to life.

    “It’s not about being sad, it’s not about losing a father or going through a divorce,” Abbott says, elaborating on its current emotional position. “We have a great career, we have a great fan base, we’re still making music for a living. I have a beautiful wife and little daughter that bring me join every day. So there’s a whole lot of personal renewal, and Catching Fire represents all of that. There’s nothing slow, nothing sad.”

    Just a JAB-style good time.

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    • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
      10:00 AM-11:59 PM
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      US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

      SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

      Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

    • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
      3:00 PM-11:00 PM
      11-16-2019-07-16-2020
      129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
      129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
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      COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

      *For all BTCA/ABBI Events, owners will be required to check in on Friday the day before the event. Check in time will be from 2pm to 6pm. An entrance fee for all arena events. $5 for adults, $2 for children from 2-12, free for children under 2.

       

    • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
      7:00 PM-11:59 PM
      11-16-2019-07-16-2020
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      69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
    • Kansas Crossing Nathan Timmell and Kevin Chacha
      8:00 PM-11:59 PM
      11-16-2019
      1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
      1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

      Thursday, NOVEMBER 21 | 8PM –BUY TICKETS HERE–

      Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Nathan started his comedy career in the Big Cheese State. After graduating from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree in English, Nathan realized he was unemployable. One open mic later and a career in the business of laughter began.

      Nathan has recorded five comedy CDs (and receives regular airplay on Sirius/XM radio), been a guest on the Bob & Tom Show, and traveled overseas to perform for American troops—including stops in Iraq and Afghanistan. He performs at comedy clubs around the country, from Buffalo to Albuquerque and Colorado Springs to Baltimore.

      “When one of my doormen has to leave the showroom because he’s laughing so hard, I know I’ve got a good comedian on stage.”
      Dave DeCaro, Manager—Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle, Royal Oak, Michigan

    • Kansas Crossing Josh Abbott Band Concert
      8:00 PM-11:59 PM
      11-16-2019
      1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
      1275 US-69 BUS, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

      Saturday, NOVEMBER 16th | 8PM –BUY TICKETS HERE–

      Let the good times roll.

      When fans of Texas-bred Josh Abbott Band hear the four-track EP Catching Fire, they’re likely to reconnect with a sound from the not-so-distant past. They’re songs of positivity, built on solid country textures and unified by Abbott’s congenial-but-experienced voice.

      The seven-piece group cut its teeth as a hard-touring act with hooky melodies that deliver real- world stories. Led by the true-to-life cycles in Abbott’s life, JAB explored new territory with its last two albums – documenting the dissolution of a marriage in Front Row and adding strings and a horn section to Until My Voice Goes Out – but Catching Fire captures a sense of personal renewal.

      “My embers are startin’ to glow again,” Abbott sings in the opening line of the title track. Indeed, the entire Catching Fire project is bright, spry and optimistic. From the limber lines of Preston Wait’s fiddle to the decisive crack of Edward Villanueva’s snare and the animated scratch of Abbott’s acoustic guitar, there’s a relaxed energy to the project, a sense of hard-won spirit that can only be developed by confronting – and conquering – emotional hurdles.

      “We have a whole new refocused attitude on what we’re gonna do now moving forward,” Abbott says. “Catching Fire is a reflection of what’s happened over the last year and a half of my life.”

      “Surprise Surprise” – a jaunty, driving bit of autobiography – details the rise and fall and rise again, namechecking banjo player Austin Davis in the opening line as it follows JAB’s 2006 inception and ascent to one of country’s most dynamic live acts. Likewise, verse two loosely documents Abbott’s own relationship travails, from love to broken heart to a marriage that resulted in his first child.

      While Catching Fire captures the band’s current heartbeat, the songs fit so neatly into the JAB live set that fans experienced them as if they were already part of the band’s canon.

      “Half the time, I don’t even introduce them as new songs,” Abbott notes. “We just roll in and play them and watch the fans just bounce around and jam and have fun. Sometimes you’ll see fans look around like, ‘Do you know this song?’ But by the end of the song they’re singing it.”

      Country fans have been singing JAB songs for more than a decade already. The band got its start when Abbott and Davis, frat brothers at Lubbock’s Texas Tech University, braved the stage on open-mic nights at Blue Light Live. Davis managed to make the bluegrass-based banjo fit in a contemporary country setting, establishing a blueprint as additional members joined JAB. Villanueva brought a rock- band spirit on drums and Wait hardened the group’s country stance with his flagship fiddle when they signed on 18 months later. Lead guitarist Caleb Keeter joined in 2010, amping up the group’s power quotient, while keyboard player David Fralin took his place in 2015, bringing an additional layer of texture. The newest member – bass player Jimmy Hartman – added his name to the lineup in 2018, solidifying JAB’s signature tough undercurrent.

      The band’s relentless on-stage attitude quickly made it a successful touring act, building out from a Texas band to a regional act to a national crew with a devoted following from coast to coast.

      Concurrently, JAB developed its own label, Pretty Damn Tough Records, before that was an accepted practice in country circles. Two of their projects, Small Town Family Dream and Front Row Seat, scored top 10 debuts on the Billboard country albums chart, while five titles cracked the Billboard country singles lists, including a pair – “Oh, Tonight” with Kacey Musgraves; and “Wasn’t That Drunk,” with Carly Pearce – that represented the first chart appearance for current female country stars.

      All that music established JAB as a band of renown: a good-timin’ cast with a plethora of sing- along songs that raised concert-goers’ spirits whether your date was a fellow college student or a series of longnecks from the bar.

      “When you’re a young band, you wouldn’t know this, but those first couple albums you put out, that is who you are,” Abbott notes. “That is your sound.”

      As any reasonable rebel does, the band tested its parameters once it was on solid footing. They signed for a short time with a major label, experimenting by mixing their raw tone with a more commercial edge. As they returned to indie status, Abbott ambitiously documented his first marriage in Front Row Seat. And the expansive Until My Voice Goes Out, recorded as Abbott tended to an ailing father, mixed elegant strings and a Memphis-tipped horn sound. His dad passed away just weeks before they finished the album, and it created a rite of passage that was particularly difficult to process in such a public occupation.

      “There were nights in that first year after my dad died, I was bawling five minutes before we went on stage, and I’d have to wipe the tears away and throw on a smile and sing ‘My Texas,’” Abbott recalls. “A good time is what they come for, and I didn’t want to rob them of their experience because of a hardship that I’m going through in my life. I could mourn my father when I was in the back of the bus. The time for it wasn’t when I was on stage.”

      Those concerts, in fact, planted some of the first seeds of renewal in Abbott’s life.

      “When you’re able to have fun with a crowd of people and sing and dance around on stage, it’s definitely therapeutic,” he says.

      As he put the pieces back together and felt a personal sense of renewal, the band as a whole felt a need to get back to its own roots. They took the four new songs – the Abbott/Wait compositions and the two outside pieces – and teamed with accomplished producer Marshall Altman (Marc Broussard, Frankie Ballard, Aaron Watson) for sessions at the Sonic Ranch on the outskirts of El Paso.

      The multi-studio facility, nestled in a working pecan orchard, is appointed with bright tapestries and cozy casitas – residences that provide an uncanny flexibility. Billy Gibbons, Third Eye Blind, Midland and Portugal. The Man are among the acts who’ve found inspiration at the Ranch. JAB typically recorded into the wee hours of the morning, hitting their creative stride around the hours when their biological clocks reach their live-performance peak.

      “Generally when you record in the studio, you’re working daytime hours,” Abbott says. “But out here in this place, it’s your studio basically; you can do what you want. There were nights that we were recording till 2 or 3 a.m., and then the next day we just wouldn’t start until noon. That’s musician time. We’re so wired to really get our brains going at 10 p.m.”

      The band’s musical renewal is perhaps timely. Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, Aaron Watson, Midland and Cody Johnson are successfully blending the Texas mindset – a country framework with unique, multi-genre flavors – into commercial country music, and the JAB tradition fits neatly into that trend.

      “If you didn’t know any better, you would have thought Jon Pardi or Luke Combs could have been from Texas,” Abbott says. “I just look at what’s going on in music – not only with the Texas people, but with some of the others that are succeeding from other states – and I just hear similarities.”

      Catching Fire brings a sense of similarity back to JAB’s own foundation. It’s a return to the band’s sonic past, a revival of its bar-bred optimism and fiery individualism. And it’s a reflection of the group’s off-stage cycles as old chapters are closed and a renewed, upbeat storyline comes to life.

      “It’s not about being sad, it’s not about losing a father or going through a divorce,” Abbott says, elaborating on its current emotional position. “We have a great career, we have a great fan base, we’re still making music for a living. I have a beautiful wife and little daughter that bring me join every day. So there’s a whole lot of personal renewal, and Catching Fire represents all of that. There’s nothing slow, nothing sad.”

      Just a JAB-style good time.

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  • Kansas Crossing 5X POINTS
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-18-2019-12-17-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    MONDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe your DynaMYte Club card at any kiosk to activate your 5X points!

    Then exchange your points for bonus Crossing Cash each Saturday in November from 10AM-11:59PM.

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  • Kansas Crossing Dynamite Point Multiplier
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-19-2019-12-18-2019
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    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    TUESDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe at any kiosk to activate!
    Ruby: 5X points
    Topaz: 10X points
    Gold: 15X points

  • High Winds Tuesdays Cheap Date Night
    5:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-19-2019-12-18-2019
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    high-winds-casino outside

    Tuesdays Cheap Date Night! Call your bestie, grab your spouse, kidnap your sister! Happy hour kicks off the night between 4 pm and 8 pm. Head to our Steakhouse and buy one entrée or appetizer and get one of equal or lesser value for half the price (5 pm-9 pm)! Then hit the machines to earn 3X the points between 8 am to 10 pm! Finish off your date night with our red card hot seat drawings between 6 pm and 10 pm, every 20 minutes we will draw a winner for $25 Free Play! That winner then gets to choose ANOTHER winner that will receive $25 Free Play!

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  • Kansas Crossing Camp 49
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-20-2019-12-19-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    kansas crossing three line logo

    WEDNESDAYS IN NOVEMBER

    kansas crossing camp 49

    $49 HOT SEATS // 10AM–2PM
    Every 15 minutes, one camp 49’er will win $49 in Crossing Cash
    4X POINTS // NOON–4PM
    FREE MATINÉE TRIBUTE SHOWS // 1PM–3PM
    November 6 // Dolly Parton & Reba McEntire
    November 13 // Michael Jackson
    November 20 // Barbara Streisand
    November 27 // Buddy Holly
    UNDER $49 HOT SEATS // 6PM–10PM
    Every 15 minutes, one DynaMYte Club member under 49 will win $49 in Crossing Cash

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  • Kansas Crossing Slot Tournament
    6:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-21-2019-01-02-2020
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    THURSDAYS BETWEEN NOV 7 – DEC 19 // 6PM-10PM

    EACH PRELIMINARY WEEK: First place $1,000 Cash, 2nd-15th $50 Crossing Cash.
    Top 5 from each week advance to Final on December 19.

    FINAL ROUND // THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19
    Paying out top 35 positions, totaling $15,000 in Cash and Crossing Cash.
    1st Place Grand Prize of $10,000 CASH!

  • Bordertown DANCING LESSONS
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    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

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    Two-Step & Line Dancing Lessons @ Lost Creek Saloon

    Every Thursday at 6pm

    Two-Step Lessons start at 6pm followed by Line Dancing Lessons at 7pm every Thursday in Lost Creek Saloon.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

  • Bordertown OPEN KARAOKE
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    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

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  • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
    10:00 AM-11:59 PM
    11-23-2019-12-22-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

    Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

  • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
    3:00 PM-11:00 PM
    11-23-2019-07-23-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

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    COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

    *For all BTCA/ABBI Events, owners will be required to check in on Friday the day before the event. Check in time will be from 2pm to 6pm. An entrance fee for all arena events. $5 for adults, $2 for children from 2-12, free for children under 2.

     

  • High Winds $50K Christmas Cash Blowout
    6:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-23-2019
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA

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    $50,000 Christmas Cash Blowout is 2 drawing-packed nights with up to $50,000 total in cash going out the door this November and December! 10 Red Card Hot Seat Winners will step inside our Cash Machine loaded with $1,500 and grab all the loot they can! Enter hopper drawings by earning entries between November 1, 2019, up to our 1st drawing night, will be held on November 23, 2019. Earn entries for the 2nd drawing night being held on December 21, 2019. The hopper drawings will consist of the following:

    1st drawing – $500
    2nd drawing – $1,000
    3rd drawing – $500
    4th drawing – $1,000
    5th drawing – $500
    6th drawing – $1,000
    7th drawing – $500
    8th drawing – $5,000
    One entry is all it takes. Get started today!

     

  • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
    7:00 PM-11:59 PM
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      SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

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      3:00 PM-11:00 PM
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    • High Winds $50K Christmas Cash Blowout
      6:00 PM-11:59 PM
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      $50,000 Christmas Cash Blowout is 2 drawing-packed nights with up to $50,000 total in cash going out the door this November and December! 10 Red Card Hot Seat Winners will step inside our Cash Machine loaded with $1,500 and grab all the loot they can! Enter hopper drawings by earning entries between November 1, 2019, up to our 1st drawing night, will be held on November 23, 2019. Earn entries for the 2nd drawing night being held on December 21, 2019. The hopper drawings will consist of the following:

      1st drawing – $500
      2nd drawing – $1,000
      3rd drawing – $500
      4th drawing – $1,000
      5th drawing – $500
      6th drawing – $1,000
      7th drawing – $500
      8th drawing – $5,000
      One entry is all it takes. Get started today!

       

    • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
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  • Kansas Crossing 5X POINTS
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
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    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    MONDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe your DynaMYte Club card at any kiosk to activate your 5X points!

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  • Kansas Crossing Dynamite Point Multiplier
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-26-2019-12-25-2019
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    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    TUESDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–10PM

    Swipe at any kiosk to activate!
    Ruby: 5X points
    Topaz: 10X points
    Gold: 15X points

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    5:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-26-2019-12-25-2019
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    61599 E 100 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    high-winds-casino outside

    Tuesdays Cheap Date Night! Call your bestie, grab your spouse, kidnap your sister! Happy hour kicks off the night between 4 pm and 8 pm. Head to our Steakhouse and buy one entrée or appetizer and get one of equal or lesser value for half the price (5 pm-9 pm)! Then hit the machines to earn 3X the points between 8 am to 10 pm! Finish off your date night with our red card hot seat drawings between 6 pm and 10 pm, every 20 minutes we will draw a winner for $25 Free Play! That winner then gets to choose ANOTHER winner that will receive $25 Free Play!

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  • Kansas Crossing Camp 49
    10:00 AM-10:00 PM
    11-27-2019-12-26-2019
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    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

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    WEDNESDAYS IN NOVEMBER

    kansas crossing camp 49

    $49 HOT SEATS // 10AM–2PM
    Every 15 minutes, one camp 49’er will win $49 in Crossing Cash
    4X POINTS // NOON–4PM
    FREE MATINÉE TRIBUTE SHOWS // 1PM–3PM
    November 6 // Dolly Parton & Reba McEntire
    November 13 // Michael Jackson
    November 20 // Barbara Streisand
    November 27 // Buddy Holly
    UNDER $49 HOT SEATS // 6PM–10PM
    Every 15 minutes, one DynaMYte Club member under 49 will win $49 in Crossing Cash

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  • Kansas Crossing Slot Tournament
    6:00 PM-10:00 PM
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    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    THURSDAYS BETWEEN NOV 7 – DEC 19 // 6PM-10PM

    EACH PRELIMINARY WEEK: First place $1,000 Cash, 2nd-15th $50 Crossing Cash.
    Top 5 from each week advance to Final on December 19.

    FINAL ROUND // THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19
    Paying out top 35 positions, totaling $15,000 in Cash and Crossing Cash.
    1st Place Grand Prize of $10,000 CASH!

  • Bordertown DANCING LESSONS
    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    11-28-2019-07-28-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Two-Step & Line Dancing Lessons @ Lost Creek Saloon

    Every Thursday at 6pm

    Two-Step Lessons start at 6pm followed by Line Dancing Lessons at 7pm every Thursday in Lost Creek Saloon.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

  • Bordertown OPEN KARAOKE
    8:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-28-2019-07-28-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    Every Thursday at 8pm

    Open Karaoke every Thursday night starting at 8pm.

    $10 cover charge at saloon entrance.

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  • The Stables Annual Toy Drive
    9:00 AM-11:00 PM
    11-29-2019-12-24-2019
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA

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    The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive

     ‘Tis the Season for The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive!

    Starting November 29th, receive $20 in Horseplay when you donate a new toy valued at $10 or more.

    Bring your toy to the Gold Club window at The Stables Casino and help us reach our goal of 1,000 toys!

    The toys will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa County, Oklahoma.

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  • The Stables Feathers of Fortune
    6:00 PM-10:00 PM
    11-29-2019
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA

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    Feathers of Fortune, Friday, November 29th

    $3,000 Grand Prize!

    $300 Consolation prizes (During final round)

    Patrons can earn entries beginning November 4th (15 points per entry)

    **CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS**

  • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
    7:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-29-2019-07-29-2020
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA

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  • The Stables Annual Toy Drive
    9:00 AM-11:00 PM
    11-30-2019-12-25-2019
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA
    530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA

    stables logo black

    The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive

     ‘Tis the Season for The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive!

    Starting November 29th, receive $20 in Horseplay when you donate a new toy valued at $10 or more.

    Bring your toy to the Gold Club window at The Stables Casino and help us reach our goal of 1,000 toys!

    The toys will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa County, Oklahoma.

    Stables_ToyDrive_social_1842x2304

  • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
    10:00 AM-11:59 PM
    11-30-2019-12-29-2019
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
    US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

    SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

    Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

  • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
    3:00 PM-11:00 PM
    11-30-2019-07-30-2020
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
    129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA

    bordertown casino n arena

    COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

    *For all BTCA/ABBI Events, owners will be required to check in on Friday the day before the event. Check in time will be from 2pm to 6pm. An entrance fee for all arena events. $5 for adults, $2 for children from 2-12, free for children under 2.

     

  • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
    7:00 PM-11:59 PM
    11-30-2019-07-30-2020
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
    69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA

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      9:00 AM-11:00 PM
      11-30-2019-12-25-2019
      530 H St SE, Miami, OK 74354, USA
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      stables logo black

      The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive

       ‘Tis the Season for The Stables Casino’s Annual Toy Drive!

      Starting November 29th, receive $20 in Horseplay when you donate a new toy valued at $10 or more.

      Bring your toy to the Gold Club window at The Stables Casino and help us reach our goal of 1,000 toys!

      The toys will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa County, Oklahoma.

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    • Kansas Crossing Play Your Points
      10:00 AM-11:59 PM
      11-30-2019-12-29-2019
      US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
      US-160, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA

      SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER // 10AM–11:59PM

      Redeem up to $100 in Crossing Cash each day!

    • Bordertown ARENA EVENTS
      3:00 PM-11:00 PM
      11-30-2019-07-30-2020
      129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
      129 Oneida St, Seneca, MO 64865, USA
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      COMPLETE SCHEDULE BY CLICKING HERE

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    • Bordertown LIVE MUSIC
      7:00 PM-11:59 PM
      11-30-2019-07-30-2020
      69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA
      69300 East Nee Road, Quapaw, OK 74363, USA