BOGO: Taste of Country Concert Series at The Greeley Stampede Tickets
K99 and 94.3 MAX-FM, is pleased to announce a special, limited time promotion for tickets to 2011’s Taste of Country Concert Series at The Greeley Stampede.
Buy One, Get One Friday through Sunday, if you purchase tickets to one concert at the Greeley Stampede, K99 and 94.3 MAX FM will offer you a second ticket of equal or lesser value to another show in the Series free of charge. Use promotional code: BOGO at any concert ticket location to access this special offer Friday through Sunday only. Buy tickets online at TicketsWest.com
Concert tickets start at just $22 and are currently on sale at the Greeley Stampede Box Office in Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley. Tickets are also available through TicketsWest.com, at any Colorado King Soopers store, or by calling 970-356-7787, or online at GreeleyStampede.org (convenience charges may apply).
Concert goers can also purchase a TownPak for $60 or $75 (depending on seat location) and get tickets to all four great concerts at the Stampede at a price lower than a concert ticket to most other single shows. Use promotional code: K99 at any concert ticket location to access this special offer.
This weekend only! Available Friday through Sunday
FOUR ways to get tickets:
1. ONLINE at TicketsWest.com
2. VISIT the Stampede Ticket Office:
Island Grove Park, Greeley
Office Hours: Mon. – Fri., 8am-4pm
3. CALL the Stampede Box Office: 970-356-7787
4. CALL TicketsWest anytime at 1-866-464-2626
Use promotional code: BOGO
Certain restrictions apply
- Free ticket must be for a 2nd concert
- Free ticket will be of equal or lesser value
- Free ticket will be in same section as purchased
The Concert Series begins on Friday, June 24 with Country stars Rodney Atkins and Little Big Town. Since being named the Academy of Country Music’s Top New Male Vocalist in 2006, Atkins has scored five #1 singles including “If You’re Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows),” “Watching You,” and “It’s America.” His latest release, “Farmer’s Daughter” was a Top Five hit. Country quartet Little Big Town will open for Atkins. Little Big Town’s four part vocal harmonies have garnered the group comparisons to Fleetwood Mac. The band is best known for songs such as “Boondocks,” “Bring It On Home,” and “Little White Church.” Little Big Town has been nominated for a 2011 Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group.
Country legend Clint Black will headline a show on Saturday, June 25, along with newcomer Josh Kelley. Clint Black ruled the Country music charts during the 1990s, with 27 Top Ten hits including “A Better Man,“ “When My Ship Comes In”, “Like the Rain,” and many more. He has continued to make music during the last decade, but has also delved into acting, appearing in several movies and TV shows. He was also a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice. Opener Josh Kelley is new to country music, but his first single, “Georgia Clay,” is climbing the charts. Kelley began his music career making Pop-Rock records, and also had some success in that format with his song, “Amazing.”
Chris Young and Steel Magnolia will be featured on Friday, July 1. Chris Young recently scored his third straight #1 hit on the Country charts with “Voices”, a song that followed previous #1’s “Getting’ You Home (The Black Dress Song)” and “The Man I Want to Be”. He is one of the hottest and most popular acts in contemporary country music and has been nominated for a 2011 Grammy Award for Best Male Country Performance. Steel Magnolia consists of boyfriend-girlfriend duo Meghan Linsey and Joshua Scott Jones. Their debut album (just released) debuted at #3 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, and they have already scored a hit song in 2010 with “Keep on Lovin’ You.”
Classic rockers Cheap Trick and Blue Oyster Cult will close out the Concert Series on Saturday, July 2. Cheap Trick has toured almost continuously for four decades and still sounds as great as they did in the 1970s. The band cranks out new Power Pop rockers alongside their greatest hits such as “Surrender,” “I Want You to Want Me,” “Dream Police,” and 1980’s power ballad, “The Flame.” Blue Oyster Cult will open the show with such memorable songs from the ‘70s and ‘80s as “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper” and “Burnin’ For You.”