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Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw set for NCAA March Madness Music Festival

Jason Aldean and Tim McGraw bring country to March Madness in 2014
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Jason Aldean and Tim McGraw are both scheduled to perform during the 2014 NCAA March Madness Music Festival, an event that adds to the celebration and excitement of the NCAA Men’s Final Four. The NCAA announced on March 4 that the country singers would each headline a day of the festival in April.

The March Madness Music Fest will run from April 4-6 at Reunion Park in Dallas. Jason Aldean will kick things off on April 4, while Tim McGraw takes the stage on April 5. The legendary Bruce Springsteen will headline the closing show on the 6th.

Jason Aldean will play the March Madness Music Fest just before he gears up for his Burn It Down Tour in May. The tour, part of Live Nation’s Country Megaticket, kicks off May 1 in Virginia and will include special guests Tyler Farr ad Florida Georgia Line.

Tim McGraw is also part of the Country Megaticket for 2014. With special guest Cassadee Pope, Tim McGraw’s Sundown Heaven Town 2014 Tour will begin in May and run through August.

While the Country Megaticket or individual concert tickets for Jason Aldean and Tim McGraw can be quite pricey, fans who can make it to Dallas in April might find it worth the trip as the March Madness Music Festival is a non-ticketed event open on a first come first served basis. Though the park is sure to be crowded with fans hoping to get in to see two of country music’s hottest stars, thousands will make it through. For more information including when the gates open, visit March Madness Music Festival online.

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