All-Star Country Music Jam feat. Big & Rich tickets now on sale

Country music stars performing at Virginia Credit Union LIVE! at Richmond Raceway on July 8

By Richmond Flying Squirrels | February 12, 2019 9:17 AM

FUNNVILLE - Tickets are on sale now for the All-Star Country Music Jam headlined by Big & Rich with special guests Cowboy Troy and DJ Sinister at Virginia Credit Union LIVE! at Richmond Raceway on Monday, July 8 at 7 p.m. as part of the 2019 Eastern League All-Star Week presented by Genworth.

Tickets are on sale at, via phone at (866) 455-7223 and at the Richmond Raceway ticket office at 600 E. Laburnum Ave.


"All-Star Week presented by Genworth will be a memory-making event for the whole region, and these events are expected to sell out quickly," Flying Squirrels VP & COO Todd "Parney" Parnell said. "Tickets for the Big & Rich show will go quickly. The energy and talent they bring to the stage will be a highlight of the great events we have planned for July 7-10. We encourage fans to act quickly to get their tickets."


The All-Star Country Music Jam will take place on the second of the four-day Eastern League All-Star Week presented by Genworth, which the Flying Squirrels are hosting for the first time in team history. Doors for the all-ages concert will open at 6 p.m. at Virginia Credit Union LIVE! at Richmond Raceway.


The All-Star Week festivities begin on Sunday, July 7 with Mayor Levar Stoney's All-Star Week Kickoff on Brown's Island followed by the All-Star Country Music Jam on Monday, July 8. The Celebrity Home Run Derby and Funnville Fan Fest is Tuesday, July 9 and the festivities wrap up with the Eastern League All-Star Game presented by Genworth on Wednesday, July 10.  


Kenny Alphin and John Rich, Big & Rich, have blazed an indelible mark on modern country music. They have captivated a multi-generational community of listeners with their sterling songcraft and performances. Now a decade and a half into their storied career, they continue to tour the country for 100-plus dates annually presenting electrifying concert spectacles of ceaseless energy and outrageous personality. In 2019, Big & Rich are on the road for the "Redneck Riviera Whiskey Presents Big & Rich's Peace, Love & Happy Hour Tour."


"I want to be a fun and entertaining positive voice and entity in my community, in my country, and in the world," said Virginia native Alphin. "I hope people know that those are the things that are important to me. And when they leave a Big & Rich concert, they should feel like they've just witnessed the greatest show on earth."


From Big & Rich's 2004 debut, the triple platinum "Horse of a Different Color," and their hit "Save a Horse, Ride A Cowboy," the duo evolved into one of country music's most auspicious partnerships. The record was recognized with multiple Grammy, ACM, CMA and CMT Music Award nominations. Their subsequent best-selling collections include "Comin' to Your City," "Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace," "Hillbilly Jedi," and "Gravity," which delivered three consecutive Top-10 hits - and their most recent collection, "Did It For The Party," debuted at No. 1 on the sales charts.


"In the pursuit of the American Dream, if you want something, think hard, work hard, and go after it," said Rich. "There's no guarantee you're going to get it, but the fact you're allowed to pursue it is where you should find your happiness."


Tickets for the 2019 Eastern League All-Star Game presented by Genworth can be purchased at the Flying Squirrels ticket office, located on the first-base side of The Diamond, or online at


The Flying Squirrels return to action on April 4 with Opening Night at The Diamond, featuring an appearance by former major-league star Ryan Klesko and a dueling fireworks show! Group packages for Opening Night are currently available at the Flying Squirrels ticket office. Individual game tickets for Opening Night and the rest of the 2019 season will go on sale in person on March 2 at 10 a.m. at The Diamond during the annual Nutzy's Block Party.



This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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