opening act(s) to be announced

Saturday, February 11, 2023 at 8pm
The Rave/Eagles Club
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The stage name of country singer/songwriter Hunter Wolkonowski, Huntergirl was already a seasoned performer in 2022 when she took home second place on the 20th season of American Idol. Born in Gruetli-Laager, Tennessee, Wolkonowski spent her formative years in the nearby town of Winchester, where she performed at her local church and participated in various singing competitions. She moved to Nashville after graduating from high school and quickly immersed herself in the club scene, spending her days earning her degree at Middle Tennessee State University’s Music Business School and her nights honing her craft on stage. During this time, she won multiple songwriting contests, including back-to-back Nashville Songwriter Association International awards, and opened for the likes of Old Dominion, Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown, Alan Jackson, Trace Adkins, Charlie Daniels, and Sara Evans. At the age of 20, she auditioned for the 2022 season of American Idol and earned a platinum ticket, which is awarded to one contestant in each audition city, allowing them to advance directly to the second round of Hollywood Week. Noah Thompson ended up taking home the top prize, while Wolkonowski was the runner-up. She released her debut EP, One Day, in early 2022, with the single "Red Bird" appearing later that summer. In addition to her music career, Wolkonowski is an avid supporter of the military and its many veteran organizations, such as Freedom Sings USA, Operation Song, Middle Tennessee State University, Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veteran Center, and Soldier’s Child.

  • This is an all ages show
  • This is a general admission (standing) show
  • For ADA Seating, call 414-342-7283
  • Box office open until end of show

  • Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Credit/Debit cards accepted at all bars
  • ATMs available
  • Coat Check available on lower level
  • Hand Sanitizer Stations available
This event has not been affected by any restriction by the tour or city.
However, if situations change, The Rave/Eagles Club will follow any COVID-related mandates from the city, the health department, or any specific tour as to their policy. Such policy will be posted on show page (this page) and in the facebook event.
Gruetli-Laager, TN
Tyler Rich
December 8, 2022
Koe Wetzel
March 24, 2023
Niko Moon
March 24, 2023
Lainey Wilson
March 30, 2023
Warren Zeiders
April 1, 2023
The Rave/Eagles Club strongly suggests you purchase tickets only from,, and official band websites. The Rave does not sell tickets on Ticketmaster. If you don't see The Rave logo, the Etix logo, or the band logo, on the purchase site, please ask or check or feel free to ask us, before you purchase!

The Rave/Eagles Club does not advise purchasing tickets from craigslist, ebay, ticket resellers/scalpers (such as StubHub, TicketsNow, seatgeek, tickets-center, eventticketscenter, cheaptickets, ticketliquidator, viagogo, box-officetickets, ticketnetwork, tickpick, and others), street vendors, or other private parties, and cannot guarantee the validity and subsequent admission on such tickets. These tickets are overpriced and sometimes counterfeit/duplicate that will not get you into the show.
Cell phone cameras and small pocket cameras usually allowed. NO FLASH. Your camera may be confiscated if you use flash. No professional cameras. No 35mm cameras. No cameras with removable lenses. No high definition DSLR cameras allowed without photo pass, and then only in the pit during allotted time set forth by the band. No video recording equipment, or audio recording equipment allowed. If your cellphone camera has a flash, please turn the flash off. This policy is subject to change depending on the band's day-of-show decisions.

All shows are subject to change without notice. If you are travelling for the show, we suggest that you call ahead. You can also follow The Rave on Twitter and Facebook. We send out updates with everything from set times, cancellations, to new shows. No returns or exchanges unless the headline act cancels or postpones. See our return policy for full details.
Published show time is the time the event starts and does not reflect what time the headliner will go on stage. Doors usually open one hour before showtime.