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Thomas Rhett and The Cadillac Three Added to DIRECTV Super Fan Festival

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DIRECTV announced additional performers for the DIRECTV Super Fan Festival including Alesso, American Authors, Becky G, Ingrid Michaelson, and Young The Giant. The unprecedented, three-day music festival will feature 13 concerts beginning daily at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 28 to Friday, Jan. 30 at the Pendergast Family Farm in Glendale, across from University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, the site of Super Bowl XLIX. Below and attached, please find the updated release with the latest list of performers.

As previously announced, the multi-stage festival will feature a concert every night with headliners Zac Brown Band, Calvin Harris, Imagine Dragons and Snoop Dogg on the DIRECTV Super Fan Stage. Preceding the main event musical acts including Alesso, Thomas Rhett, Young the Giant, Ingrid Michaelson, American Authors, Jason Derulo, Sam Hunt, Magic!, The Cadillac Three and Becky G will perform at the HGTV Lodge.

Also announced, before the Big Game on Sunday, February 1, the First Annual DIRECTV Super Fan Tailgate, hosted by supermodel and television personality Chrissy Teigen and former NFL All-Pro, “NFL Today” analyst and television personality Tony Gonzalez, will be held at DIRECTV Super Fan Stadium for DIRECTV’s Super Bowl partners.

Tickets begin at $99 and are available for purchase now in limited supply at www.stubhub.com/directv. On-site parking is included in the ticket price.

Get Your Very Own Christmas Tree from Dolly Parton, Kenny Chesney and More!

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Imagine being able to say you have Kenny Chesney’s Christmas tree in your living room. You actually can, and then some. Kenny, Dolly Parton, Charlie Daniels, Reba McEntire, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Sara Evans, LeAnn Rimes, The Doobie Brothers, Zac Brown Band are among the artists who have designed Christmas trees to be auctioned off for their choice of charities in Gaylord Opryland’s Parade of Trees. Along with the trees – which are on display throughout the Nashville hotel – the artists have added VIP experiences, autographed guitars and more.

Each tree is up for grabs to the highest online bidder with the funds raised benefiting the not-for-profit organization designated for the tree. The winning bidder will receive the tree’s decorations and all the prizes for that particular tree.

Getting a little sneak peek under the tree, find out what is under Dolly’s, Charlie’s, and Brenda’s tree. More information on each artists gifts and goodies is located on the Opryland Parade of Trees website: www.OprylandParadeOfTrees.com.

Dolly Parton’s tree which benefits The Imagination Library will include four tickets to Dollywood including a meet & greet with Dolly, signed 8 x 10 photo, one personal book from Dolly, one cookbook, and 38 Imagination Library books (4 of them will be autographed).

Charlie Daniels tree will benefit the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and Galilean Home Ministries. Under his tree, bidders can find show tickets for two concerts in 2015 including meet & greet with Charlie, an autographed Cowboy hat, an autographed Guitar with case, an autographed Gold fiddle with case, along with a basket full of Charlie Daniels goodies (T-Shirt, Hat, Books, CD’s, sheet music for “Devil Went Down to Georgia” (autographed), and fiddle bows).

Brenda Lee’s tree will benefit NARAS/MusiCares, and will include a private lunch for 4 with Brenda at the Country Music Hall of Fame, including a guided Hall of Fame tour, an autographed “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree” gold record, an autographed collectible “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree” ornament, Country Music Hall of Fame gift bag and Malt Shop Memories souvenir backpack, autographed Malt Shop Memories scrapbook signed by many artists of the 50s and 60s, ornaments from The Beach Boys, Martha & The Vandellas, The Temptations, Dion, and others!

Bids are being accepted online at www.OprylandParadeOfTrees.com through Dec. 31.

Other featured trees include:

  • Little Big Town benefiting Blood:Water Missions
  • Reba McEntire benefiting Reba’s Ranch House
  • Kenny Chesney benefiting just keep livin Foundation
  • Zac Brown Band benefiting Camp Southern Ground
  • Martina McBride benefiting National Military Family Association/H.E.R.O. Child Rescue Corps
  • LeAnn Rimes benefiting Central Alabama Theater
  • Sara Evans benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
  • The Doobie Brothers benefiting Fisher House Foundation
  • Country Music Association benefiting the CMA Foundation
  • Albert Pujols benefiting the Pujols Family Foundation
  • Albert Pujols with a second tree benefiting the Pujols Family Foundation
  • The Fontanel Mansion benefiting Nashville Humane Association

Kenny Chesney and Zac Brown Band to Headline Tortuga Music Festival

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Multi-Platinum artist Kenny Chesney and three-time GRAMMY winners Zac Brown Band will be hitting the beach as headliners as tens of thousands of fans enjoy the sun, songs, sand and surf at the third annual Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival from Fort Lauderdale Park Beach in Florida this coming April 11 and 12. This is a return appearance for Chesney, who also headlined the unique oceanfront event’s inaugural year, and Zac Brown Band’s first time headlining the festival.

Joining them in the initial wave of performers announced are: Florida native and “Beachin’” singer Jake Owen, CMA award-winning supergroup Little Big Town, baritone honky-tonk crooner Trace Adkins, ska-punk band Sublime with Rome, powerhouse vocalist David Nail, South Florida-formed country-rock veterans The Mavericks, genre-bending Colt Ford, “Ready Set Roll” singer Chase Rice, “Leave The Night On” hit-maker Sam Hunt, “Sunshine & Whiskey” chart-topper Frankie Ballard, “Take It On Back” singer Chase Bryant, gritty rock quintet Dirty Guv’nahs, grunge-country trio The Cadillac Three, country quintet Old Dominion, envelope-pushing country duo Maddie & Tae, outlaw country singer Nikki Lane, newcomer Brooke Eden, soulful singer-songwriter Drake White and The Big Fire and folk-bluegrass band Judah & The Lion. Additional amazing acts will be announced in the coming weeks!

A limited number of reduced-price Advance tickets will be available when tickets go on sale this Friday, December 5, at 10am EST at www.tortugamusicfestival.com. Two-day Advance general admission festival tickets start at $149.00. 2-Day Advance VIP tickets are $699.00 and Advance Super VIP are $1,099.00. After these tickets sell out, Regular-priced festival tickets will become immediately available, with 2-Day General Admission at $165.00, VIP at $799.00 and Super VIP at $1,299.00. Complete festival pricing, including Advance and Regular prices for GA, VIP and Super VIP tickets, can also now be found at www.tortugamusicfestival.com.

Because Early Bird tickets sold out quickly, fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets immediately, in order to take advantage of the Advance tier discounted pricing. All dates, acts and ticket prices are subject to change without notice. All tickets are subject to applicable taxes, parking and service and handling charges.

Carrie Underwood and Zac Brown Band Honor Veterans at Concert for Valor

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The National Mall was jammed with hundreds of thousands of people last night — as entertainers honored the nation’s veterans.  Carrie Underwood, Zac Brown Band, Metallica, Rihanna, the Black Keys and Jessie J were among the performers.  Bruce Springsteen joined Dave Grohl and the Zac Brown Band to cover “Fortunate Son.” Eminem closed the show, dropping a few f-bombs in the process.

The free Concert for Valor in Washington was carried live by HBO. There’s no official crowd estimate. But organizers said fans and vets would number well into the six figures. Jennifer Hudson kicked off the event with a powerful version of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

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