Indiana, are you ready to see “The King” himself, George Strait? Yes, the country music singer is coming to the Hoosier State.
Here are a few details to make note of right now. George Strait will play at The Ford Center in Evansville, Ind., on Nov. 7. Legendary country swing band Asleep At The Wheel, with Ray Benson on lead vocals and fiddle, will open the concert.
Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Sept. 24. They will be available through Ticketmaster.
Get ready for George Strait to make an appearance in Indiana. Check out those details again in this tweet from his Twitter account.
Ol’ King George is getting back out there on the road a bit. Besides this upcoming date in Indiana, he’s going to be in Arkansas, too.
Sure, Outsiders, he could simply stay on his ranch or wherever he and his family wanted to be. But George Strait loves his fans and, of course, you all love him.
He’s sold millions of records and even played in front of 100,000 people at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Do you want to see George Strait play his biggest hits? Maybe hear a little “Amarillo by Morning” to massage those dreams of driving through the Texas panhandle?
We’ve all been there. OK Indiana fans, go get those tickets before they are all sold out.
George Strait Returned To Las Vegas For 2 Shows In August
As we said above, Texas country music legend George Strait has been getting back on the road recently.
He did two concerts in Las Vegas that had been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They had been set for August 2020.
That’s OK, though. He made those two stops in August 2021.
While they gave country music fans a jolt in their arms, Strait notched another career highlight. Those two shows gave him 30th stops in his “Strait to Vegas” concert since 2016. Heck, he might make Las Vegas into another residence.
Strait sent out a tweet that said, “#StraitToVegas is back! Were you there this weekend?”
Country fans, meanwhile, could never have enough of Strait. They are just happy that he is back and performing live.
“The King is back. I was there,” one fan replied to his Twitter post.
“Yes, we were there! Best concert ever! I hope to get to see you at least one more time!” another fan wrote.
So, these fans sound like they are ready for another dose of George anytime he plays in Las Vegas. The sentiment probably is the same in other cities and towns in which he has a concert.
If you are someone who has not seen him play in public, then get your tickets ASAP.