This week, there were several major announcements regarding upcoming shows that will be sweeping across the country later this year. In big country concert news, two of country’s biggest acts, Luke Bryan and Eric Church, have just announced that they will be signing on to headline the Kicker Country Stampede event. This annual event will be celebrating its 19th anniversary next summer. The country superstars will be headlining the four day event, which is slated to take place in Manhattan, KS. The festival will be taking place on June 26th and last through June 29h at Tuttle Creek State Park. More artists for the massive country event are expected to be revealed in the near future. Those who are interested in seeing these performances live from the two country superstars can buy tickets now for the concert event.
Another announcement that has many music fans excited came from the incomparable Justin Timberlake. One of the biggest announcements came from Grammy Award winning superstar Justin Timberlake. The artist, who recently unveiled the long awaited album “The 20/20 Experience”, has just announced that he will be extending his current world tour to include even more North American dates. The tour, which is also called “The 20/20 Experience” has been extremely successful for the multi-platinum selling performer. Now with this new announcement, Timberlake has revealed that he will be adding 13 additional stops on his North American leg of the tour which is currently slated to wrap up in Miami, Florida on March 5th. Stops include performances in Los Angeles, Vancouver and Philadelphia as part of the new extension. During the new tour event, fans can hear new songs from both ‘parts’ of his two albums that he released this year that form “The 20/20 Experience: The Complete Experience.” Tickets are on sale now for those who are looking to see Timberlake in these newly unveiled stops.
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