The 2013 Bandana's Bar-B-Q Country Megaticket is smoking hot this year. Nine-time American Country Awards winner Luke Bryan will bring along some fantastic opening acts, Florida Georgia Line and Thompson Square, to rock the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on June 14th.
St. Louis fans will be thrilled to see Luke Bryan, whose songs I Don't Want This Night to End and Drunk on You, have been popular requests on local radio. Luke Bryan is currently promoting his latest single, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, a continuation of the very successful Tailgates & Tanlines album. Having just come off of winning, well, pretty much everything at the American Country Awards in December, Luke Bryan's career is at an all time high. He is sure to bring a sizzling concert to St. Louis fans, along with his winning smile.
Sweet husband and wife duo Thompson Square is also riding the high of an exciting year in 2012. The pair won the awards for both ACM and CMA Top Vocal Duo, besting long-time fan favorites, Sugarland.
Though duo Florida Georgia Line actually released their first album in 2010, it was their song Cruise that catapulted them into fame in 2012. The first single off their second album, Cruise went full speed ahead and screeched into its rightful place at #1 on both the Billboard Country Chart and the Country Airplay Chart.
The country megaticket is the golden ticket among country music fans as one ticket gives fans admittance to the entire series of concerts. This year, a total of nine amazing shows and almost thirty talented artists will grace the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater stage. Tickets go on sale January 25th at 10:00 a.m. Central.
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