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Luke Bryan Will Close 2019 Tour at Detroit’s Ford Field
Cole Swindell, Jon Langston and DJ Rock will join Luke Bryan for the finale of the Sunset Repeat Tour Oct. 25 at Detroit’s Ford Field. Tickets go on sale May 17 through Ticketmaster at 10 a.m. The 2019 run launches May 31 in Philadelphia, Pa.
Kid Rock Wraps Chillin’ The Most Flyin’ High Festival
Photos from Kid Rock’s inaugural Chillin’ The Most Flyin’ High Island Jam are giving us major FOMO. The four-day concert vacation took over the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and offered live music from 13 bands with sides of gourmet food, multiple pools, a private beach, full golf course, excursions, high-end shopping and more for 2,800 “Chillers.” The 2019 lineup featured performances by Jamey Johnson, The Cadillac Three, A Thousand Horses, The Earls of Leicester, John Schneider, John Stone and the Trailer Park Allstars, Dean James Jr., Bishop Gunn, Lit and comedian Chris Porter.
Everything is bigger in Texas, especially country music! @CMTHot20 brings you the best of @littlebigtown, @DanAndShay, @FLAGALine + MORE from @iHeartCountry Festival this Sat & Sun @ 9a/8c! pic.twitter.com/mrWCLF8Ydw
— CMT (@CMT) May 10, 2019
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Thomas Rhett Brings Center Point Road to CMA Fest
Rhett will headline an acoustic songwriter round to celebrate the release of Center Point Road June 8 during CMA Fest at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. Tickets go on sale Monday (May 13) at 10 a.m. CT for fan club members, and the general on-sale launches at 12 p.m. CT through Rhett’s website and Ticketmaster. A copy of the album comes with each purchase. Proceeds from the event will support music education through the CMA Foundation.