LoneStar 923 is very is excited to announce one of country music's artist Jon Pardi is coming to the Midland County Horseshoe Amphitheater, Saturday October 23rd. Ticket will go on sale at 10am this Friday. He will be joined by Priscilla Block and Tyler Booth. Tickets will be available at Midland Horseshoe Amphitheater.

VIP Experience Tickets $125 (plus fees) includes Backstage Club Parking, exclusive viewing area to the right of stage, and access to Backstage Club (shorter bar lines, seating area with tables & chairs and private restrooms)
General admission FLOOR tickets $65 (plus fees)

General admission LAWN tickets- $35 (plus fees)

GA ***ADA seating located in designated area in Lawn/General Admission.
No lawn chairs allowed, small blanket the size of a beach towel is permitted.
 VIP / Floor tickets must be picked up at  the Midland County Horseshoe Box Office/Will Call.
*Advance redemption encouraged

 

Jon Pardi is one of the hottest acts in country music right now. Jon Pardi is one of the artists putting the county back in country music.

It might be considered contemporary cool to inject country songs with programmed drums, rap phrasing and poppy melodies. But Pardi isn’t worried about what’s trendy. He’s more concerned with making country music that will last, and California Sunrise successfully hits that target. It’s stocked with classic Nashville melody, blue-collar lyrical themes and authentic country instrumentation – real drums, loud-and-proud fiddles and tangy steel guitar. The album’s 12 songs draw a direct link to such forbearers as Dwight Yoakam, George Strait and Marty Stuart, and it’s intentional.

I keep saying that music is moving back towards the music of the 1990's and Jon Pardi agrees:

“There’s a growing audience for throwback,” Pardi says. “People want to hear somebody who really enjoyed the ‘90s country music era and brings that to 2016 country. A lot of this record is bringing an old-school flare back to a mainstream sound, but that gives me my own lane.”

We are so excited to have some of the bigger artist come to the Permian Basin. I can tell you this, this is just the beginning of what is to come, so stay tuned to LoneStar923 for the latest news!

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