Buckeye Country Superfest Tickets
The Mecca will soon shift to Columbus, OH, from Nashville, once again. Some of the biggest and hottest stars of country music will descend on Columbus for what has come to be known as the mega event of country music – The Buckeye Country Superfest. Now in its third year, this event attracts not just the biggest names of country music, but also the loyalist fans of the music, which is quintessentially an American music. The Buckeye Country Superfest is an experience in itself and to thoroughly enjoy its third episode, you need to get your Buckeye Country Superfest tickets now. The 2-day mega event is scheduled for June 10 and 11, 2017, at Ohio Stadium. Yes the tickets are on sale now.
This year’s lineup will be even bigger, and therefore the organizers have advised the fans to come early for the Buckeye Country Superfest Fan Fest, which will be located outside of the venue. There the fans can meet and greet their favorite artists, enjoy sumptuous foods, and so much more. This event is free of cost. But with tickets in hand, you can watch the following perform live.
Arguably, Miranda Lambert is one of the biggest country music stars today. In a career which spans a little over a decade, she has won 13 Country Music Association Awards, 7 CMT Music Awards, 5 American Country Awards, and 23 Academy of Country Music Awards. Furthermore, she’s won 2 Grammy Awards as well. Her latest album The Weight of These Wings came out recently and debuted at No.1 position on the Top Country Albums chart. She will be playing from this album and her other famous songs from previous works at the Superfest.
Zac Brown Band
If you like country and southern rock then you need to be in Columbus for the Zac Brown Band. They’ve released 6 studio albums, 3 of which have been certified Platinum by the RIAA and one, The Foundation was certified 5 times Platinum by the RIAA. Hit songs, “Highway 20 Ride,” “Toes,” “Whatever It Is” and “Chicken Fried” were from this album. The band’s last three albums have debuted at No.1 on the Top Country Albums chart. The band will be playing from their latest album Jekyll + Hyde.
With multiple prestigious awards under his belt, Keith Urban is perhaps one of the very few non-American country music artists who’ve made it big in Nashville. His latest album Ripcord was released in 2016 and was nominated for Grammy in Best Country Album category. Before the album was released, Urban released a few teasers like “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” “Wasted Time,” “Break on Me” and “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16”. If you’re into country pop, you need to experience Keith Urban’s act in person.
With over 30 million global record sales, Kenny Chesney is not only one of the biggest country music acts, but also one of the most sought after touring acts. He is famous for performing at sold out venues and this year’s Buckeye Country Superfest will be no different. He has released 20 albums to date, out of which 14 have been certified by the RIAA. His most recent album, Cosmic Hallelujah was released in 2016. Some of Chesney’s most popular songs are “American Kids,” “Anything but Mine,” “Me & You,” “Don’t Blink,” “Come Over” and plenty others.
Kip Moore is rather the new kid on the block. His debut album Up All Night came out in 2012 and was an instant hit. For 2012 and 2013, it was the best-selling debut album by a male artist. For this album he was nominated for a variety of awards including Country Music Association Award. His latest album Wild Ones came out in 2015. It debuted at No.4 position on Billboard 200.
With songs such as “Good Directions,” “Hey Girl,” “Let Me Down Easy” and “That’s How Country Boys Roll” this country boy from Savannah, Georgia, has made a place for himself in every country music fans’ heart. His latest album Summer Forever had two amazing songs: “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To” and “Don’t It”. You can look forward to playing him these songs on stage in Columbus.
The Buckeye Country Superfest started in 2015 and was a huge hit from get-go. It was held at Ohio Stadium as well and was such a mega event that The Columbus Dispatch reported “The proper headwear in Ohio Stadium is about to shift from football helmets to cowboy hats.” So get your Buckeye Country Superfest tickets today.