Concert News

The Country Fest postpones until 2021

Well, sadly we have to announce that The Country Fest is postponing their 3-day country music event until June 17-19, 2021. A rep from TCF stated that they did receive a “no” from the state regarding this year’s festival, so they dropped their motion and the

One night, one big show and 300 drive in theaters. Those are the plans for Garth Brooks as he presents a one-night drive-in concert on June 27.

The reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year created the show exclusively for the theaters, a news release stated. Tickets to the rain-or-shine...Read More »

Alan Jackson to perform 2 drive-in concerts in Alabama

Alan Jackson announced a pair of “drive-in concerts” that will happen next month in Alabama. The first will take place in Cullman, Alabama on June 12 and the second in Fairhope, Alabama on June 13. The dates are a week later than originally announced...Read More »

The Country Fest reschedules 2020 event

The coronavirus pandemic of 2020 (COVID-19) has forced the cancellation, postponement and rescheduling of countless concerts and events. The Country Fest is now one of them.

The three-day event originally planned for June 18-20 has been postponed and rescheduled for Aug. 6-8 at Clay’s Park Resort in North Lawrence,...Read More »

Chris Stapleton brings All-American Roadshow to Blossom

Earlier today Chris Stapleton announced a list of dates for his 2020 All-American roadshow. The first show is in late spring and extends through the end of October with 46 stops on the schedule.

The tour will visit Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls on August 6 with special...Read More »

Kip Moore to perform for St. Jude benefit at Thirsty Cowboy

Kip Moore has been working on his new album and he will bring those songs, and some of his biggest hits, to the Thirsty Cowboy in Medina on Tuesday, February 25. The acoustic concert is hosted by WGAR 99.5FM and will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The show...Read More »

Blossom Country Megaticket 2020 announced

This year’s Country Megaticket had no real surprises as all seven of the shows on the roster were previously announced. But Live Nation did reveal which shows would be a part of Blossom Music Center’s multi show ticket, which this year includes:

Thursday, May 28 – Kenny...Read More »

Chris Young brings Town Ain't Big Enough Tour to Blossom

Chris Young will hit the road in 2020 on the Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour along with supporting acts Scotty McCreery and Payton Smith. The summer schedule will start in late May and has a date set for July 9 at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls.

Along with...Read More »

Brooks & Dunn hit the road for the first time in 10 years on the Reboot Tour

Brooks & Dunn announced dates on their first nationwide tour in 10 years. The duo will kick off their Reboot 2020 Tour on May 15 in St. Louis, Mo. and make a stop at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls on Friday, September 18.

Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn ruled the...Read More »

WGAR Country Jam announces line up for 2020

The WGAR Country Jam revealed the headliner for the 2020 Country Jam last month, now the rest of the line up that will be joining headliner Billy Currington has been announced.

2020 WGAR Country Jam Line Up:
Billy Currington
Dylan Scott
Carly Pearce
Lindsay Ell
Gone West
Jackson Michelson
Kurt Freeman
The Caliber Band

The 28th annual installment...Read More »

Tim McGraw announces Blossom date on Here on Earth Tour

Tim McGraw announced dates for his 2020 Here on Earth Tour, which will kick off in July. The tour will make a stop at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls on July 24.

McGraw shared his tour plans on Monday morning via Facebook Live from New Orleans, LA., where he...Read More »

Lady Antebellum announce 2020 tour with a stop at Blossom Music Center

Lady Antebellum announced dates for their Ocean Tour which kicks off in May and has a date set for June 25 at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls..

The tour takes it’s name from the group’s latest album, Ocean, which was released last November.

Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, and...Read More »

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