Live Nation Announces the Details For This Year's Country Megaticket


Jason Aldean performing at Blossom last summer. - JOE KLEON
  • Joe Kleon
  • Jason Aldean performing at Blossom last summer.
Live Nation has just announced that it will once again offer a Country Megaticket that’ll include access to all the country music concerts coming to Blossom this summer.

According to a press release sent out this morning, “Purchasing a Platinum, Gold or Bronze Megaticket guarantees a reserved seat for all shows within the Megaticket package.” In addition, purchasing the Lawn Megaticket guarantees a lawn ticket for all the shows at Blossom in the Megaticket series.

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

The concerts that are part of this year’s Megaticket include Dierks Bentley with Jon Pardi and Tenille Townes (July 25), Brad Paisley with Chris Lane and Riley Green (Aug. 2), Jason Aldean with Kane Brown, Carly Pearce and Dee Jay Silver (Aug. 9), Rascal Flatts (Aug. 15), Florida Georgia Line with Dan + Shay, Morgan Wallen and Canaan Smith (Aug. 23), and Luke Bryan with Cole Swindell and Jon Langston (Sept. 14).

This year, Live Nation has also introduced a reserved lawn ticket that includes “a prime, reserved location on the lawn” and the use of a lawn chair.

Megatickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 25.

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