Dust off your cowboy boots country music fans, The Band Perry is gearing up for an exciting Smoky Mountain concert at Smokies Stadium. The Aug. 29 concert marks the first Sevierville appearance for the Greenville natives.
Celebrating the release of their newest album ‘Pioneer,’ Smokies Stadium is the last summer stop for The Band Perry before continuing their international tour in cities like Pheonix, Virginia Beach, Amsterdam and London.
Helping The Band Perry wave goodbye to another successful Smoky Mountain summer is opening acts Charlie Worsham and Kristen Kelly.
Charlie Worsham is a singer/songwriter out of Jackson, Miss. The talented artist is responsible for popular country music tunes like “Could It Be” about the infamous ‘friend zone’ relationship with a girl. Along with celebrating the opportunity to tour with The Band Perry, Worsham will also be celebrating the release of his first album ‘Rubberband’ at the concert at Smokies Stadium. This is the first studio album for the up and coming artist with Warner Bros. Records.
Kristen Kelly traveled to the music city from Lorena, Texas. She is best known for her debut single “Ex-Old Man.” Along with The Band Perry, Kristen Kelly has toured with country music legend Brad Paisley on his 2012 Virtual Reality World Tour.
Gates open at Smokies Stadium at 5:30 p.m. Smokies Stadium staff suggests visitors plan to arrive early to avoid possible traffic delays while driving to the venue.
General admission to the show is $25 plus applicable sales tax. For an extra $10 concert goers can purchase an “on field reserved” ticket that includes a chair in front of the stage, or general admission to the field at Smokies Stadium.
Tickets went on sale June 14, and are available online at the Smokies Stadium website or KnoxvilleTickets.com. Tickets can also be purchased by calling 1-877-995-9961.
For more information on events at Smokies Stadium, or shows in Pigeon Forge, check out Visit My Smokies’ ‘What to Do’ tab on our website. Here you can also find great information on upcoming events, restaurants in Pigeon Forge, and other Smoky Mountain happenings.