On Saturday, May 27, the Buckeye Country Superfest will begin at Ohio Stadium with "King of Country" George Strait as the featured performer. Fans of both new and traditional country music will want to attend.
Chris Stapleton, Little Big Town, and Warren Zeiders are among the special guests who will perform with George Strait. Tickets for general admission go on sale this Saturday.
With more than 30 years in the business, Strait has more platinum or multi-platinum albums sold than any other country singer and is third in all genres behind The Beatles and Elvis Presley with 60 songs that reached the top of the charts. With his most recent track, "The Weight of the Badge," Strait recently scored his 100th entry on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, making him the only musician or act in music history to do so.
Chris Stapleton, a Kentucky-born crooner famed for his soulful, gravelly voice, has won countless accolades and holds the record for the most Country Music Awards Male Vocalist of the Year titles ever won with six. "Starting Over," his most recent record, was also named Best Country Album at the Grammy Awards. Most recently, approximately $3 million was raised by Stapleton's "Kentucky Rising" concert in October for flood relief efforts in eastern Kentucky.
Little Big Town, which consists of the musicians Jimi Westbrook, Karen Fairchild, Phillip Sweet, and Kimberly Schlapman, has won a number of accolades, including multiple Grammy, CMA, ACM, and People's Choice awards. Among their top songs are "Girl Crush," "Boondocks," "Bring it on Home," and the recently released "Hell Yeah." The group's 10th studio album, "Mr. Sun," was released in September.
Warren Zeiders, who was only 22 years old when he got his first recording deal with Warner Records' Los Angeles last year, is a rising star. Fans loved his original solo acoustic rendition of "Ride the Lightning"; as a result, he published a number of recordings on his own 717 Tapes portal. Zeiders launched a tour after releasing two well-received EPs, with all dates selling out in less than 72 hours. He recently released "717 Tapes: The Album," his debut full-length album, as well as the single "Ride It Hard," which was published on October 28.
Following a record-breaking turnout of more than 63,000 spectators in 2022, Buckeye Country Superfest will have its sixth annual event at Ohio Stadium the following year.
Before the general public, beginning at 10 a.m., American Express Card holders can purchase tickets for Buckeye Country Superfest 2023. Tuesday until 10:00 p.m. Friday. The general public can purchase tickets starting at 10 a.m. at Tickermaster.com on Saturday.