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Chris Lane & Scotty McCreery Collaborate on New HIXTAPE Song

Chris Lane & Scotty McCreery collaborate on new HIXTAPE song “Small Town On It,” out today, October 8th, on all streaming platforms. Learn more about the brand new track below.

As promised, the mastermind behind ‘HIXTAPE,’ HARDY, and his incredible team of musicians are pumping out release after release. Today’s star-studded collaboration combined the likes of Chris Lane and Scotty McCreery. The twosome released the next single off of the upcoming record, a song titled “Small Town On It.”

The brand new track is as country as country gets. Lane brings some edge to the track, while McCreery keeps the song grounded in country roots. The unexpected pairing works perfectly. Each singer takes a turn singing a verse, while the two collab on the the jam-worthy chorus.

“A little rust on the fender // A little dirt on them boots //A little moon on the river // A little rain on the roof // My Friday nights, my nowhere drives // My rowdy side, just got one life // Hey ask me how I want it // And I’ll say I’ll take a little small town on it”

While volume one of HIXTAPE featured HARDY collaborating with guest artists on each and every song, the new installment of the project showcases the singer-songwriter sharing the spotlight with dozens of other artists teaming up on each individual track. “Small Town On It” is a song that was definitely made for this project, and it might be our favorite so far!

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Chris Lane and Scotty McCreery collaborate on new HIXTAPE song “Small Town On It,” out now.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Chris Lane & Scotty McCreery releases.

To keep up with Chris Lane, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

To keep up with Scotty McCreery, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“Small Town On It” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Scotty McCreery Earns His Fourth Number One Song with “You Time”

Scotty McCreery scored his fourth consecutive number one single with his song “You Time” off his newest record, Same Truck.

Scotty McCreery has lived a whole other life since he won over our hearts on the TV screen back in 2011’s American Idol. In the last few years, he has really found his footing as a country artist, singing songs about his faith, his now-wife, and country living. McCreery’s latest single “You Time” officially hit the number one spot on the charts. It follows “Five More Minutes,” “This Is It,” and “In Between.”

The song is all about craving that one on one time with your partner. Due to McCreery’s busy schedule, time with his family most likely feels even more special and necessary. The song was even written on the road, when the singer was at his busiest. Written by McCreery, Frank Rogers, and Aaron Eshuis, the fun, upbeat track shows that hitting pause in our busy lives to recharge with our significant others is important.

“The road’s got me rollin’ six days a week // Whole lotta work and not much sleep // But I love what I do // Yeah, I know it’s what I signed up for // Chasin’ dreams from shore to shore //And even seeing some come true”

We are excited to see what’s next for McCreery as he and his team celebrate this monumental achievement. Congrats!

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Scotty McCreery’s single “You Time” is the number one song on country radio!

Join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Scotty McCreery announcements and releases.

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“You Time” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Scotty McCreery: ‘Same Truck’ – Album Review

Scotty McCreery’s fifth album, Same Truck, is available now, September 17th on all streaming platforms. Check out our full review and listen to the brand new music here.

Scotty McCreery’s fifth studio album, Same Truck, is out now. The twelve-track project, with ten songs co-written by McCreery, is filled with love, heartbreak, and the emotions of losing a loved one.  This record truly has it all.

The album starts off with the North Carolina native asking for unity with the title track, “Same Truck”. Written by McCreery, Ashley Gorley, Taylor Phillips, and Zach Crowell, “Same Truck” puts in perspective that while we may have different beliefs on certain issues we are all similar in ways we may not even realize. It’s a reminder that we should be boosting each other up, not tearing each other down.

“You Time”, a song that is already climbing the charts, is up next. It showcases some of what the singer has learned from his marriage. Written by McCreery, Frank Rogers, and Aaron Eshuis, the fun, upbeat track shows that hitting pause in our busy lives to recharge with our significant others is important. Another lesson the season 10 American Idol winner shares in the new music is that no matter how long you’ve been together, continuing to pay attention to those tiny details in a relationship is important. This includes buying their favorite wine on your way home or listening to them talk about their bad day, which can be heard on “It Matters To Her.”

In the track “Home”, McCreery learns that a place that he once couldn’t wait to leave is now a place he cannot wait to return to. The emotion you get from the singer on these songs truly shows how much he cares about his wife Gabi.

Aside from singing about relationships in love, McCreery also dedicates a song to the person that inspired him to pursue music. Written by Trent Tomlinson and Jim Collins, “Damn Strait”, honors the legendary George Strait who was the singer’s very first concert. After the concert, the singer knew that he wanted to be on stage one day.  On “Carolina To Me”, written by McCreery, Jeremy Bussey and Phillips, McCreery reflects on what it was like growing up in the picturesque state of North Carolina.

McCreery also uses his talent to honor those who he has lost with the song, “The Waiter.” We never know what people are going through. The song depicts a story of a man who has lost his wife, but still continues to honor her with Friday night date night. He shows up to the restaurant each week, orders their favorite meal, laughs, and cries. Everyone thinks the man is talking to himself when in reality he is talking to his wife above. The song showcases a fresh perspective to remind us all to relinquish judgement.

“How You Doing Up There” written by McCreery, Monty Criswell, Derek George, and Tyler Reeve closes out the album. The past year and a half has been rough on everyone, but McCreery shares a perspective we have never thought of. On this song, the singer leans into his faith. This gospel-inspired song asks how God is doing with everything happening in the world right now. It’s beautifully done and the perfect way to end Same Truck.

Overall, Same Truck showcases McCreery’s talent. He knows how to perfectly mix fun with heart. His goal was to give his fans a new perspective on life and he nailed it. Waiting three years for this album was absolutely worth it.

Same Truck Tracklist

  1. Same Truck (Scotty McCreery, Ashley Gorley, Taylor Phillips, Zach Crowell)
  2. You Time (Scotty McCreery, Frank Rogers, Aaron Eshuis)
  3. It Matters To Her (Scotty McCreery, Rhett Akins, Lee Thomas Miller)
  4. Damn Strait (Trent Tomlinson, Jim Collins)
  5. It’ll Grow On Ya (Jeremy Bussey, Jason Blaine, Taylor Phillips, Adam Wood)
  6. The Waiter (Scotty McCreery, Matthew West, Frank Rogers)
  7. Why You Gotta Be Like That (Scotty McCreery, Jordan Schmidt, James McNair)
  8. Home (Scotty McCreery, Frank Rogers, Brent Anderson, Tammi Kidd)
  9. Carolina To Me (Scotty McCreery, Jeremy Bussey, Taylor Phillips)
  10. Small Town Girl (Scotty McCreery, Ashley Gorley, Zach Crowell)
  11. That Kind of Fire (Scotty McCreery, Josh Hoge, Matt McVaney, Justin Wilson)
  12. How Ya Doin’ Up There (Scotty McCreery, Monty Criswell, Derek George, Tyler Reeve)
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Scotty McCreery’s brand new album ‘Same Truck’ is out now.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Scotty McCreery releases.

To keep up with Scotty McCreery, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Same Truck is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Scotty McCreery Releases Brand New Song “You Time”

Scotty McCreery released a brand new song, “You Time” available on all streaming platforms now.

America’s sweetheart Scotty McCreery is sharing a new chapter of his story with a merry new song, “You Time.” Coming off the success of singles “This Is It” and “In Between,” “You Time” attests to the engrossed lifestyle that a couple may share, and craving that one-on-one time.

It’s a buoyant track, co-written with Frank Rogers and Aaron Eshuis. Together, the three penned the lyrics at a time when the singer-songwriter was at his busiest, long before the COVID-19 pandemic put most projects across the globe on hold.

In a recent press release, McCreery confesses, “I was on the road more than I’d ever been before, and I’d get home just in time to see Gabi (McCreery’s wife) heading out to start her shift as a nurse. I was craving some ‘You Time’ with her and that inspired this song. Of course, now during the pandemic, we’re having a lot of ‘You Time’ which I love.”

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The uptempo song encompasses familiar influences from past releases. It fits the contemporary country dynamic as McCreery confesses the nature of his admiration for his career and his girl.

“And I need a little you time, you time, red wine // Sippin’ in the moonlight // Your touch, your skin, your lips //
Kissin’ on me all night // I ain’t tryna monopolize // Your 24/7, 365, but sometimes I need //
Just a little bit of me and you time, you time, you time.”

“You Time” marks the first look at what fans can expect from the season 10 American Idol winner’s forthcoming album, a follow-up to Seasons Change, which sparked three number one hits. A release date for the new project will be announced soon. Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Scotty McCreery announcements in the coming weeks.

To keep up with Scotty McCreery, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“You Time” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

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Chris Young Plots The Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour 2020

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In a week where huge artists are announcing tours, Chris Young has also let his fans know that this summer he is heading out on the Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour kicking off in May. The tour will feature Scotty McCreery as direct support with special guest Payton Smith and a ‘Next From Nashville’ opening act. Young and his management team will personally pick each of the openers to give lucky artists a chance to play on the big stage.

“Everyone has been asking about this year since the last tour ended, so I’m happy I finally get to tell everybody about these shows,” shared Chris. “The ‘Town Ain’t Big Enough’ tour is gonna be the biggest one yet!”

Kicking off on May 28th in Detriot, the multi-platinum songwriter and recording artist will hit cities across the country and will add additional dates in the coming weeks. Live Nation is the official tour promoter and fans can first purchase tickets beginning Jan. 24th for select cities as part of Live Nation’s Country Megaticket at www.Megaticket.com.

New Yorkers will have two chances to catch the show when it comes to Holmdel, NJ at PNC Bank Arts Center on August 29th or Wantagh, NY at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on September 11th.

Heading to a show? Be sure to check out our Chris Young lyrics perfect for your Instagram captions. 

Dates for the Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour below
May 28 Detroit, MI DTE Energy Music Theatre
May 29 Indianapolis, IN Ruoff Music Center
May 30 Chicago, IL Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
June 10 Salt Lake City, UT USANA Amphitheatre
June 12 Portland, OR Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
June 13 Seattle, WA White River Amphitheater
June 20 Irvine, CA FivePoint Amphitheatre
June 27 Albuquerque, NM Isleta Amphitheater
June 28 Phoenix, AZ Ak-Chin Pavilion
July 9 Cleveland, OH Blossom Music Center
July 10 Bristow, VA Jiffy Lube Live
July 11 Darien Center, NY Darien Lake Amphitheater
July 24 Mansfield, MA Xfinity Center
July 25 Gilford, NH Bank of NH Pavilion
July 30 Brandon, MS Brandon Amphitheater
July 31 Tuscaloosa, AL The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater
August 1 Orange Beach, AL The Wharf Amphitheater
August 13 Virginia Beach, VA Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
August 14 Raleigh, NC Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
August 15 Charlotte, NC PNC Music Pavilion
August 20 St. Louis, MO Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
August 21 Rogers, AR Walmart AMP
August 22 Dallas, TX Dos Equis Pavilion
August 28 Saratoga Springs, NY Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center
August 29 Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank Arts Center
September 11 Wantagh, NY Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
September 12 Pittsburgh, PA S&T Bank Music Park
September 25 Atlanta, GA Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
September 26 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center

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Scotty McCreery Shows Both Sides of His Life in “In Between” Music Video

Scotty McCreery is back with his next heartfelt single and music video. McCreery’s previous two singles, “Five More Minutes” and “This Is It” from his third studio album, Seasons Change reached the top of the country music charts. His fans were highly anticipating the next single off this album. The song “In Between” lyrically gives fans a step into his own world and was written by McCreery with Jonathan Singleton, Jessi Alexander, and Frank Rogers. The music video released just this past week does the same visually.

The video begins with an unconventional and classic split screen overlay. This primarily sets the wholesome tone of the entire video giving fans the impression of a cherished home video. It pans to areas of McCreery’s professional career playing for large crowds, flying all over the country then ushering into more family-oriented scenes with his wife and dog that both making adorable cameos. McCreery than echoes these moments of being caught in between these two ‘lives’ with the lyrics, “I’m in between/ Friday night wild/ And quiet Sunday morning.” Specific scenes of this video directed by Jay Ray stand-out such as the Raleigh water tower setting the hometown scene for the beginning of the video. In addition, the still black and white pictures at the end of the video show a mix of McCreery’s life through pictures of him and his wife’s family lifestyle and where his professional music career has taken him.

“In Between” is such a special video for McCreery and fans alike because it gives them insight into his life. McCreery recently said to USA TODAY Network where the visual originally premiered, “It’s about really knowing who I am,’ McCreery said. “Hopefully, folks will hear it and not only get to know me a little bit better but as they continue to listen, hopefully, they can better know themselves as well.” The music video for “In Between” fully reflects the lyrics McCreery sings in this song mirroring both important aspects of his life: family and music.

To keep up with Scotty McCreery follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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Scotty McCreery & Friends Sell Out Long Island Venue

On Saturday night at NYCB Theatre at Westbury, country singer Scotty McCreery brought his headlining ‘Seasons Change Tour’ to Long Island, New York. Lucky fans filled the intimate venue for the sold-out show, which was the last show of the tour.

Tasked with warming up the crowd, brilliant singer-songwriter, Heather Morgan performed first, showcasing her talent with every song. One of the highlights of her set was her cover of the song she wrote with country crooner Brett Eldredge entitled “Beat of the Music.” Morgan shared the backstory with the audience just before jamming out to the track with her guitar in hand. “He’s this tall guy with an amazing voice, and we passed the guitar around, and he was just amazing. […] We got together and wrote a song. […] You might know this song, I’m hoping you do, it was on the radio a bunch that year, it’s called “Beat of the Music” that I wrote with Brett Eldredge.” Beaming with pride and positive energy, Morgan ended her set with her favorite song from her debut album Borrowed Heart, “Hurricane” and the audience erupted in cheers for the upcoming artist.

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Next up, rising country star, Jimmie Allen made quite the entrance, walking through the audience, jamming to his song “County Lines” as he made his way to the the stage. The crowd immediately erupted into applause. Allen’s set was full of noteworthy moments, which truly gave concert-goers a feel for who he is as both a person and entertainer.

Allen engaged with the audience throughout his entire performance, often introducing the backstory to the songs he’s penned, influences in his life, including his late Grandmother, as well as, his love for being a father to his young son. Just before performing his new single “Make Me Want To,” the singer-songwriter addressed the crowd. “So I put out my first album last year called Mercury Lane, named it after the street that I grew up on in Delaware. We’re gonna jump into that. This next song is my second single going to country radio starting Monday. This song’s called “Make Me Want To”.”

Up until this point, many concertgoers were still seated in their seats, which didn’t quite match Allen’s high-energy personality, so he responded by getting each and every person invested in his performance. A true entertainer, the singer had everyone up on their feet dancing and swaying as he belted the lyrics to “American Heartbreaker,” another song off his debut album.

Towards the end of his performance, Allen humbly thanked fans for helping him reach number one on the country charts with his first single “Best Shot,” just before singing the song. He ended his set with the incredible anthem “Underdogs,” which we think make a great single. By the time Allen’s set ended, it was evident by the energy in the room that he had gained a ton of new fans that evening.  Allen received a standing ovation by concert-goers and left everyone pumped for the headliner, Scotty McCreery, who was up next.

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A few minutes later, the man of the night, appeared on stage donning a jean jacket, jeans, and a yellow guitar, with a big grin on his face. The McCreery Army erupted into applause almost instantly. After songs “Buzzin’” and “Boys From Back Home,” McCreery kept the high-energy going, as he engaged with the crowd for the first time. “New York, I tell ya what, we have one question for y’all right now. We just love to know how many folks here on Long Island are feeling it already tonight..” exclaimed the singer-songwriter just before singing the opening lyrics to his hit “Feelin’ It.”

Stopping to thank the crowd once again for their support of his first number one album, Seasons Change, McCreery introduced his current radio single “This Is It.” “It’s been a good year already, but I’ll tell ya what 2018 was probably the best year of my life. Started out that year, February 25th got a call from my label back in Nashville. They said ‘Hey man, just wanted to call you up and let ya know that as of today you have the number one single in the USA with “Five More Minutes”,’ and what’s better, we put out a whole album called Seasons Change behind that single, and I got a call a week after that album went out from the label again, said ‘Hey man, as of today you have the number one country music album in the US of A.’ It just kept getting better. June 16th, 2018, I became a married man. […] My wife at home, I wrote a song for her and it’s currently the number 3 song in the country and it’s called ‘This Is It.’”

McCreery passionately performed the beautiful love song, as the crowd sang along. Song after song, the singer-songwriter had concertgoers on their feet, bopping and singing along throughout his entire set. The recording artist shared another personal moment with the audience, just before he acoustically performed his beautiful song “Still,” as well as, his classic song, “The Trouble With Girls.” He shared that he has known his wife, since kindergarten, admitting that he did not have the nerve to ask her out, until he came back to high school, after winning American Idol. His performance of the song reminded fans why they fell in love with his deep and rootsy voice several years ago.

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As the concert came to a close, McCreery thanked fans again, just before ending his set with an incredible cover of Garth Brooks’ “If Tomorrow Never Comes” and fan-favorite, the heart-melting “Five More Minutes. The singer will continue to play shows throughout the first half of the year. Head to scottymccreery.com for more information. As for, Allen, fans can catch him on Kane Brown’s ‘Live Forever Tour.’

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[Watch] Scotty McCreery Reads Hilarious Fan Tweets

There are few things funnier than an artist or other public figure reading mean tweets about themselves. Following in the trend is Scotty McCreery, reading tweets about his upcoming The Seasons Change Tour. In the video, posted to his social media accounts, McCreery reads some of his fan’s best reasons to attend his upcoming Seasons Change Tour, as well as some hilarious reasons NOT to attend.

A few highlights include “dat ass!!!” and “I always get a front row seat to see his chest hair.” The only thing funnier than the positive tweets are the negatives, including “Since when did the dude from the Mad Magazine cover get a singing career?” and “That’s 5 more minutes of my life I’ll never get back.”

Watch the hilarious video below!

The Seasons Change Tour will also feature special guests Jimmie Allen and Heather Morgan and will kick off on November 29 in Dallas. The show will make its way to New York on January 26 at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury.

Seasons Change Tour Dates:

Nov. 29 Dallas, TX House of Blues
Nov. 30 San Antonio, TX Aztec Theatre
Dec. 1 Houston, TX House of Blues *
Dec. 7 St. Paul, MN Myth Live
Dec. 8 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room *
Dec. 9 Chicago, IL House of Blues
Dec. 13 Cincinnati, OH Bogart’s
Dec. 15 Grand Rapids, MI 20 Monroe Live
Jan. 17 Atlanta, GA Buckhead Theatre
Jan. 18 Charlotte, NC Fillmore
Jan. 19 Raleigh, NC The Ritz
Jan. 25 Boston, MA House of Blues
Jan. 26 Westbury, NY NYCB Theatre at Westbury

(*) Dates without Jimmie Allen
Texas singer/songwriter Mike Ryan will perform on Dec.1 in Houston, Texas.

 

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Scotty McCreery Joins Fox & Friends For a Special Performance

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On Friday morning, multi-platinum country music star Scotty McCreery kicked off the weekend with a performance on “FOX & Friends’ All-American Summer Concert Series” in the heart of New York City. McCreery played to a packed audience, performing his current single “This Is It,” from his most recent album, Seasons Change, his first release on Triple Tigers Records.

During his appearance, he also performed his hits “Five More Minutes,” “See You Tonight,” and “Feelin’ It,” in addition to two album tracks from his newest album, “Wherever You Are and “Boys from Back Home.” The latter was part of an online exclusive, which can be watched here.

Seasons Change marks McCreery’s third album, a follow-up to 2013’s See You Tonight and 2011’s Clear As Day. On his newest release, he co-wrote all of the album’s eleven songs. “I’ve lived a lot of life since my last record,” said McCreery in a statement. “I moved out on my own, I traveled across the country and the world, I got engaged, I was even robbed at gunpoint. So I really wanted this album to show who Scotty is at 24, what’s going on in my life, and I think we accomplished that. It is my most personal album yet.”

During his FOX & Friends’ appearance, McCreery also announced his Seasons Change Tour, which will kick of November 29 at the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas.  The tour will hit major cities across the United States through January, ending in New York, with a stop at Long Island’s NYCB Theatre at Westbury on January 26. Jimmie Allen and Heather Morgan will also appear as special guests.

“Even though I’m always performing on the road, I really wanted to put together a specific tour surrounding Seasons Change because it is my favorite and most personal project yet,” said McCreery. “I am so excited to bring Jimmie Allen and Heather Morgan out with me. They are such talented singer/songwriters and I know the fans are going to love them.”

For tour dates and more information, visit www.ScottyMcCreery.com. Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 24, at 10 AM local time via Ticketmaster.

 

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Lee Greenwood to Kick Off Fox and Friends 2018 ‘All American Summer Concert Series’

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Greenwood will pay tribute to veterans all week long including a special performance in New York City for Fox and Friends

 

‘Fox and Friends’ announced its 12th annual All American Summer Concert Series featuring some great country music acts including Lee Greenwood, Thompson Square, Lee Brice, Scotty McCreery and more.

Lee Greenwood, the “God Bless the U.S.A” singer, kicks off the series, and Memorial Day Weekend, with a performance this Friday that will take place on board the flight deck of The Intrepid at Pier 86.

The rest of the concerts will take place on the plaza in front of the News Corp. building. Don’t miss a single summer concert! See the full schedule below.

 

Concert Schedule

MAY 25 – LEE GREENWOOD
JUNE 1 – THOMPSON SQUARE
JUNE 8 – MERCY ME
JUNE 15 – 3 DOORS DOWN
JUNE 22- LYNYRD SKYNYRD
JUNE 29 – TOBYMAC
JULY 6 – PHIL VASSAR
JULY 13 – PHILLIP PHILLIPS
JULY 20 – DEE SNIDER
JULY 27 – TBA
AUG 3 – TBA
AUG 10 – CODY JOHNSON
AUG 17 – SCOTTY MCCREERY
AUG 24 – LEE BRICE
AUG 31 – SCOTT STAPP

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