Live Nation Announces On Sale Date for Country Megaticket

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For the past several summers, country acts have dominated the Blossom line-up. This summer will be no exception. Live Nation has just announced details regarding this year's Cintas Country Megaticket, a ticket that includes one concert ticket to 13 of country shows slated to come to Blossom this summer.

The Megaticket concerts include Dierks Bentley (May 20), Kenny Chesney (May 26), Rascal Flatts (June 2), Keith Urban (July 15 ), Miranda Lambert (July 28), Toby Keith (Aug. 5), Luke Bryan (Aug. 11 & 12 ), Hank Williams Jr & Chris Stapleton (August 19 ), Darius Rucker (Aug. 26), Florida Georgia Line (Sept. 9 ), Brad Paisley (Sept. 16) and Jason Aldean (Sept. 23).



Country Megatickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 29, and will only be available online at megaticket.com. Purchasing a Platinum, Gold or Bronze Megaticket guarantees a reserved seat for all of the shows within the Megaticket. Purchasing the Lawn Megaticket guarantees a lawn ticket for all the shows at Blossom Music Center. 
General parking for every show at Blossom Music Center only within the Megaticket series is included in the Bronze, Gold and Lawn packages. Platinum Megaticket package guarantees Premiere Parking in the paved lots for every show in the series at Blossom Music Center. 
You can find a price breakdown for each package on the Megaticket website. 

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