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Monday, January 26, 2015

Country Megaticket Goes on Sale on Friday

Posted By on Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 1:51 PM

click to enlarge Tim McGraw performing at Blossom in 2013. - JOE KLEON
  • Joe Kleon
  • Tim McGraw performing at Blossom in 2013.
One of the perks of living in Northeast Ohio is that — at least during the summer months — the area is a destination for country music concerts. Starting at 10 a.m. on Friday, fans who want to attend all the big shows that are slated for this summer can pick up the Megaticket which includes one concert ticket to nine of the concerts taking place at Blossom Music Center. The ticket also includes admission to the Luke Bryan concert at FirstEnergy Stadium. The tickets will be available at for a limited time.

According to the press release that Live Nation sent out: “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 and a reserved seat ticket at FirstEnergy Stadium for the Luke Bryan concert. General parking for every show at Blossom Music Center 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. Parking is NOT included with the Luke Bryan concert at FirstEnergy Stadium.”

The Blossom concerts include Dierks Bentley (June 6), Lady Antebellum (June 20), Brad Paisley (July 17), Tim McGraw (July 31), Toby Keith (Aug. 9), Darius Rucker (Aug. 20) and Rascal Flatts (Aug. 28). Luke Bryan plays FirstEnergy Stadium on Sept. 5. Ticket packages start at $250. 

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