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iHeart Country Festival Tickets
iHeart Country Festival Tickets
The iHeart Country Festival is an annual event in Texas' music capital, Austin. It celebrates the best of country music with a one-night concert that features some of the biggest names in country music. Music stars, like Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Tim McGraw, Lady Antebellum, and Kelsea Ballerini have performed at this live gig. It's coordinated by iHeart Media, an entertainment company that specializes in live concert and entertainment offerings.
The festival, which got its start in 2014, has seen its share of standout performances. In 2019, Lauren Alaina, Tenille Townes and Caylee Hammack sang "Man, I Feel Like a Woman," made famous by Shania Twain. Mason Ramsey, otherwise known as the "Yodel Kid," made an appearance in 2018, accompanied himself on guitar and showed off his crooning talents. While the line-up of each year's festival may change, what doesn't change is the surprise duets that regularly take place on stage. Past duets include Brett Young performing with Gavin DeGraw and Tim McGraw singing with Maren Morris. Radio personality Bobby Bones has also become a staple at the festival as the host. The festival is also a benefit concert. St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital received a dollar for each ticket sold.
Where can I buy iHeart Country Festival tickets?
When you've got your heart set on a country-music concert, then you'll want to look at StubHub for tickets. This safe online platform connect concert fans with tickets to live music performances, theatrical shows, and concert tours.
What's a setlist like for the iHeart Country Festival?
Naturally, the setlist can change dramatically for the festival, depending upon which country-music acts are on the tour schedule. The following setlist represents a partial list of the performers and the songs they played at the festival in 2018. Sugarland played "Bigger," "Stuck Like Glue," "Babe," "All I Want to Do," "Let Me Remind You" and "Something More." Keith Urban performed "Never Comin' Down," "We Were Us" (with Maren Morris), "Texas Time," "Blue Ain't Your Color," "Coming Home" and "Wasted Time." Maren Morris treated festival-goers to "Rich," "I Could Use a Love Song," "My Church" and "The Middle." Other performers included Billy Currington, Brett Young, Cole Swindell, Dan + Shay, Dustin Lynch, Jon Pardi, Luke Bryan and Luke Combs.
Has the iHeartland Country Festival ever been broadcast live?
Yes! Country-music fans who couldn't make it to the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas, got to see the festival in 2015 when it was broadcast on NBC. In 2016 and 2017, the show was scheduled for broadcast on AT&T AUDIENCE channel. Fox played the broadcast in 2018. Of course, those who are in Austin can get tickets to the live show at StubHub.
What were some of the notable performances at the festival in 2019?
The iHeart Country Festival featured Lauren Alaina as well as many of the emerging talents in country music in a live collaboration, the Women of iHeart Country. Also at that performance were Tim McGraw and Little Big Town. Dan + Shay and Luke Combs were on the schedule as repeat performers.
How long is the event?
IHeart Country Festival fans should plan on putting this live concert on their calendars in ink; the line-up of the biggest and the brightest stars in country only perform for one night. This festival gives music fans a chance to see several of their favorite performers all in one night. Additionally, many of them will perform with other musicians in the festival's line-up, something they may not see if they catch the acts on their individual tour schedules.
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