The Bandana's Bar-B-Q Country Megaticket will consist of a sizzling nine shows in 2013, including such big names as Rascal Flatts, Kenny Chesney, Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town and more.
The country megaticket summer concert series kicks off in May with Brad Paisley, then continues on through September with nearly thirty amazing artists. Rascal Flatts will roll into town on Friday, August 16th, bringing with them The Band Perry.
Rascal Flatts is currently promoting their eight studio album, Changed. The album, which features the #1 song, Banjo, top ten hit Come Wake Me Up, and the title track, Changed, has already been certified Gold with over 500,000 copies sold. The trio, whose career spans over a decade has performed twelve #1 songs, eighteen top 20 hits and received countless awards. Rascal Flatts also became members of The Grand Ole Opry in 2011 and received a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame in September of 2012.
The Band Perry wrapped up their self-titled, debut album with five top 20 hits, three of those going to #1 and the Top New Artist awards at both the ACM and CMA Awards in 2011. Since then, the band has been working on new music. Their first offering, Better Dig Two, has shot up the Billboard Country Chart to the top three in just eleven weeks.
Fans who purchase the Bandana's Bar-B-Q Country Megaticket gain admittance to all nine of the summer's exciting shows. The country megaticket goes on sale January 25th at 10:00 a.m. Be sure to bookmark www.megaticket.com to get in line for tickets and subscribe to the St. Louis Country Music Examiner for all the latest on your favorite country music stars.
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