Tickets to Country Fest at Parkview Field on September 21 are now officially sold out. The Parkview Field gates are scheduled to open at 1:00pm and the concert will be headlined by Gary Allan, and feature Craig Morgan, Love and Theft, Katie Arminger, Bill Gentry, and Charlie Worsham.
Tickets to Country Fest start at $15.00 for general admissions seating, while club seats are available for $25.00. General admission tickets sold on the day of the show will be $25.00. All children over the age of three require a ticket for entry. (For children younger than three, one child per adult will be admitted free of charge.)
Fans also have the option to buy exclusive VIP tickets for only $50.00. Additionally, suites (20 tickets and four parking passes) are on sale for $500.00.
Gates to the September 21 show are set to open at 1:00 p.m. with the first act to follow at 3:00. The stage will be set up on the diamond where the TinCaps play.
Allan has had 26 singles reach Billboard's Hot Country Songs, including four No. 1 hits: "Man to Man," "Tough Little Boys," "Nothing OnBut the Radio," and "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)." Earlier this year, Allan released his ninth album, Set You Free, which hit No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums. Allan's show at Parkview Field will be the final stop of his 32-city tour.
Meanwhile, Morgan has produced 14 Top 10 hits of his own, such as "Redneck Yacht Club," "Almost Home," "That's What I Love About Sunday," and "Tough." The U.S. military veteran released his seventh album, This Ole Boy, in 2012.
Love and Theft, the male duo of Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson, has already seen four songs from their first two albums reach Billboard's Hot Country Songs. That includes "Angel Eyes," which reached No. 1 in 2011, from their self-titled record.
Bill Gentry joins the tour with a new hit, "Who's Gonna Take Me Home?" climbing the charts, and Charlie Worsham, who toured with Taylor Swift in 2011, released the hit single "Could It Be" earlier this year.
For more information on tickets to Country Fest at Parkview Field, contact the Parkview Field ticket office at 260-482-6400.
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