If you’re in the mood for a mega country rock show, you won’t want to be anywhere else but the Levitt Pavilion on September 10!
With more than 2.2 million albums sold and over 2.1 billion streams, plus a legion of passionate fans at his high-energy concerts across the globe, Chase Rice has established himself as a powerful force in Nashville and beyond. His current single, “If I Were Rock & Roll,” is “music that says what he wants to say, how he wants to say it,” and serves as a follow up for hits like “Lonely If You Are,” “Eyes on You,” and “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen. (feat. Florida Georgia Line).” In addition to selling out arenas with Kane Brown and stadiums with Kenny Chesney, Rice also opened for Garth Brooks to a crowd of 70K+ at Detroit’s Ford Field in early 2020, and has consistently sold out 3,000+ seat venues on his own headlining tours.
Joining Chase at the Levitt is the Houston-bred Scooter Brown Band, a group that has opened for the Charlie Daniels Band, Travis Tritt, Dwight Yoakam, Lee Roy Parnell, and other big names in southern rock. Recent years have seen the band achieving a number of milestones, including selection for Rolling Stone’s “Artists to Watch” list, multiple inclusion on Spotify playlists, and a Grand Ole Opry debut.
Also opening for Chase is Palmer Anthony, a Fort Worth singer-songwriter and Texas Music Pickers “Fresh Find” artist whose songs have been streamed more than million times and featured on high profile playlists. Palmer has brought his rowdy and energetic show to all corners of the country, touring with the likes of Kolby Cooper, Pecos & The Rooftops, Corey Kent, Cody Hibbard, and more.
Head to levittpavilionarlington.org to purchase general admission, reserved seating, or VIP tickets, ranging from $45 to $150. They won’t last long, so snag yours before someone snatches them out from under you!
6 pm: Gates Open
6:30 pm: Palmer Anthony
7:30 pm: Scooter Brown Band
9 pm: Chase Rice
Early arrival suggested for general admission ticket holders. Concessions are available on site, courtesy of the Levitt food truck fleet. No coolers or lawn chairs permitted.