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March 28, 2019 

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Artists Performing: Cory Batten & Kent Blazy

Cory Batten and Kent Blazy co-wrote Chris Young’s #1 hit “Gettin’ You Home (The Black Dress Song).” Batten also wrote “She Wouldn’t Be Gone” (Blake Shelton), “The Call” (Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood), and songs recorded by Love and Theft, Clay Walker, and Rhonda Vincent. Kent Blazy has written numerous songs recorded by Garth Brooks, including the hits “Ain’t Going Down (Til the Sun Comes Up),” “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” “She’s Gonna Make It,” and “Somewhere Other Than the Night.” Blazy also wrote “Headed for a Heartache” (Gary Morris), “All the Women I Am” (Reba McEntire), and songs recorded by Diamond Rio, Kenny Chesney, Terri Clark, Patty Loveless, Randy Houser, and Jon Pardi.

The State Theater

Falls Church, VA

FROM EAST FALLS CHURCH METRO STATION (ORANGE LINE): Go out the Main Exit Door and walk to your left on Sycamore Street. At the first traffic light, cross the street (the sidewalk is on that side) and walk to your left up Washington Boulevard. At the next traffic light, walk to your left up Lee Highway. Walk 6 blocks, and you will see the Theatre on your left. It is about ¾ of a mile in distance, and takes about 15 minutes to walk.

There is a taxi stand outside the Main Exit Door to the right, and it's about a 3 minute cab ride from there to the Theatre.

Bus service is also available, but the schedule varies depending on the day of the week. Check with MetroBus/MetroRail Transit Information at 202-637-7000 or visit their website at http://www.wmata.com for further details.


Contact Us

Sponsorship: Jenny Tran 703-462-3175 or jtran@hayespr.com

Event Manager: Sara Sterling 202-374-9034 or ssterling@hayespr.com

Media: David Smith d.smithva@gmail.com

Handicap Accessible: With the exception of the balconies, the State Theatre is handicap accessible. There is access to all dining levels as well as the open area in front of the stage. To help us better accommodate any specific needs you may have, please give us a call the day of the show at 703-237-0300 and let us know how we can help.

Parking: There is free on and off street parking around The State Theatre. Parking laws are enforced, so please obey all signs.

The Kaiser Permanente parking garage is located directly across the street from the State Theatre box office and permit public parking on the following days: 2nd Level and Above ONLY (no parking on the ground floor) FRIDAY: 6pm - 3am
The public lot is located across Park Place from the Theatre, directly behind Clare and Don's restaurant.

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