Jake Owen's 'Life's Whatcha Make It' Tour to Play UPMC Park

With Special Guest Chris Janson & Rising Star Jordan Davis

By Erie SeaWolves | February 26, 2018 8:35 AM ET

The Erie SeaWolves, in conjunction with Blue Cap Entertainment, are pleased to announce that Big Loud recording artist Jake Owen's 'Life's Whatcha Make It Tour' will come to UPMC Park on Saturday, June 2.


"I really do believe that life's whatcha make it," says Owen. "If you wake up feeling positive, there's a pretty good chance that you'll see things throughout the day in a positive light. I think concerts are like that: it's what you make it. People show up to have a good time and the artists on stage feel that too. A lot of my songs over the years have pointed to that idea. The fact that we're playing baseball parks on Friday and Saturday nights throughout the summer, when people are ready to get out, have a good time, and don't have to work the next day, is really cool. And, I'm so pumped to have Chris Janson and Jordan Davis on the bill with me. It's going to be an awesome tour. I'm fired up!"


Erie SeaWolves full-, half- and quarter-season ticket members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets through an exclusive online pre-sale on Thursday, March 1 at 10 a.m. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, March 2 at 10 a.m.



Center Stage Field General Admission (Standing Only): $77

Field General Admission (Standing Only): $47

Bowl Seating: $42



In-Person: UPMC Park Box Office (Monday-Friday | 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.)

Via Phone: 814-456-1300

Online: SeaWolves.com


Additionally, Owen has partnered with CID Entertainment to offer three levels of VIP Ticket Packages on tour. VIP Ticket Packages include a premium concert ticket and exclusive VIP merchandise. Fans can also opt-in to join Jake before the show for a 'Good Company' experience where he'll perform two acoustic songs. Details on the Jake Owen VIP packages can be found here.

In addition, Owen has been in the recording studio working with award-winning producer Joey Moi, who produced Jake's biggest hits to date: "Barefoot Blue Jean Night," "Alone With You," and "Beachin'" to name a few. New music from Owen will be available on Wednesday, February 28th (details coming soon).


The SeaWolves open their 24th season on Thursday, April 5 at the Reading Fightin Phils (Philadelphia Phillies). The 2018 home opener at UPMC Park, presented by Plyler Entry Systems, is Friday, April 13 against the Altoona Curve (Pittsburgh Pirates). For ticket packages, group outings, or marketing and promotional opportunities at UPMC Park, contact the SeaWolves at 814-456-1300.


About Jake Owen:
Owen is an ACM award-winner and has had six No. 1 singles to date - the 2X PLATINUM anthem "Barefoot Blue Jean Night," PLATINUM-certified hits "Beachin'," "Anywhere with You," "Alone with You," "The One That Got Away," and GOLD-certified "American Country Love Song." Owen's fifth studio album, AMERICAN LOVE, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart and No. 4 on the Billboard 200 all-genre chart. Most recently, Owen signed a new label deal with Big Loud Records, reuniting him with Joey Moi, who produced his biggest hits to date. Owen and Moi are currently in the studio working on a new record. For more information about Jake, visit www.jakeowen.net, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jakeowen, and follow him Instagram @jakeowenofficial & Twitter @jakeowen
About Chris Janson:
Country artist and prolific singer / songwriter Chris Janson began his professional music career more than a decade ago, but his recently released sophomore album Everybody has elevated him to the next level. Called "quite possibly the most important song to come out of Nashville in years" (CMT), Janson's brand new single "Drunk Girl" is already drawing praise from fans and critics alike. The "heart-piercing ballad" (People) follows No. 1 singles "Fix A Drink" and his debut album's Platinum-certified smash "Buy Me A Boat." Janson has also penned chart-topping hits for artists including Tim McGraw, LoCash and more. Lauded for his "infectious" (Billboard) performances, the electrifying multi-instrumentalist is hitting arenas across the nation this spring alongside label mate Cole Swindell on the Reasons To Drink Tour. A Grand Ole Opry regular with over 150 appearances to his name, Janson was recently invited by Keith Urban to become the hallowed organization's newest member. For more information about Chris, visit 
www.chrisjanson.com or follow him on FacebookTwitter or Instagram.

About Jordan Davis:
MCA Nashville's Jordan Davis has been named an "Artist to Watch" by Billboard, Rolling Stone, CMT, Pandora, Shazam, Amazon Music, Sounds Like Nashville, The Tennessean, Whiskey Riff and more. A native of Shreveport, Louisiana, Jordan was surrounded by music from a young age as both of his parents played instruments and he sang in his church choir. The middle of three children, he learned to play guitar around the age of 12 in between baseball and football games. After graduating from LSU, Jordan briefly pursued the path of his degree working as an environmental consultant in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; however, his passion for music and songwriting eventually compelled him to move to Nashville in the summer of 2012. In 2015, he signed with ole for publishing followed by a record deal with Universal Music Group in 2016. Last year, Jordan received the prestigious Songwriters Hall of Fame Abe Olman Scholarship for Excellence in Songwriting as the only Nashville-based songwriter. Jordan just released his debut single "Singles You Up," which continues to climb country radio's Top 10. "Singles You Up" spent several weeks on the Spotify US Viral Chart (all genre) and even hit the Spotify Global Viral Chart (all genre). The singer/songwriter wrapped touring with Kip Moore on his "Plead The Fifth Tour" last fall and just embarked on his first headlining "White Wine and Whiskey Tour" this month with special guest Jillian Jacqueline. Jordan is set to release his debut album HOME STATE on March 23. For additional information, visit www.jordandavisofficial.com.

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

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