This Year's Country Megaticket Goes on Sale on Friday

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Country star Jason Aldean returns to Blossom this summer. - JIM WRIGHT/THE GREEN ROOM PR
  • Jim Wright/The Green Room PR
  • Country star Jason Aldean returns to Blossom this summer.
Now in its 11th year, the Country Megaticket offers country music fans the chance to buy one ticket that includes admission to the six country concerts coming to Blossom this summer.

Live Nation has just announced that this year’s Country Megaticket goes on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday. The deadline to purchase the package deal is 10 p.m., Feb. 25.



The Megaticket includes the following concerts: Kenny Chesney and Old Dominion (June 6); Brad Paisley and Hank Williams Jr. with special guest Dan Tyminski (July 5), Lady Antebellum and Darius Rucker with special guest Russell Dickerson (July 20), Keith Urban and Kelsea Ballerini (Aug. 10); Rascal Flats, Dan + Shay and Carly Pearce (Aug. 17); and Jason Aldean with special guests Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina (Aug. 23).

Purchasing a Platinum, Gold or Bronze Megaticket guarantees a reserved seat for all of this shows, and purchasing the Lawn Megaticket guarantees a lawn ticket.



General parking for every show at Blossom Music Center within the Megaticket series is included in the Bronze, Gold and Lawn packages. The Platinum Megaticket package guarantees premiere parking in the paved lots.

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