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Tickets on Sale Now For Saddle Up Country Fest

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Debuting in its inaugural year in Seattle with the intent to take the tour nationally,  Saddle Up Country Fest- presented by 100.7 the Wolf  in partnership with Lane Records and Sky High Music will kick off on December 4th at the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent. 

Headlining the show is the FrontMen of Country, featuring Richie McDonald, formerly of Lonestar, Larry Stewart of Restless Heart and Tim Rushlow, formerly of Little Texas. This high energy trio has a combined over 30 million records sold and 30 number one hits. All three performers are powerhouses for country music and you will have the opportunity to see all three in one night, sharing one stage. 

Sing along to your favorite hits such as "Amazed", "Front Porch Looking In", "I'm Already There" and more. 

And if it wasn't already a not to be missed festival it gets even better with country favorites, Thompson Square, Jerrod Nieman, Summer Townsend, Mark Wills, Mitch Rossell, Allie Colleen and Dave Breckner also performing at the festival.

All concert attendees can guarantee a jam packed night of country music. It's not everyday concert attendees have the  opportunity to see this many country groups share one stage. It's not often you get to see the duo behind "Are You Going to Kiss Me Or Not" in the same evening as Jerrod Nieman, whose music has debuted at Number One on Billboard Top Country Sales Chart. 

Taking place on December 4th at 5:00p.m, doors opening at 4:00p.m. and ticket prices ranging from  Reserved Bowl for $225 and $150 General Admission Floor seats to $55 Reserved Bowl Seats. Tickets available on sale now. For more information and to purchase tickets visit,  Or text SaddleUp(one word) to 95577.

A number of lucky individuals will have the opportunity to score free tickets leading up to the festival. 

The Loose Wheel Bar and Grill in Puyallup will be giving away tickets at their Weekly Feel Good Night Trivia on Wednesdays from 8:00p.m. to 10:00p.m leading up to the event. Plan to stop in for a delicious burger, pizza,or salad and cross your fingers for an opportunity to score some free Saddle Up tickets.  For more information and to plan your visit to this ticket stop check out, 

If you find yourself in the Seattle area, Shingletown Saloon in Ballard will also be giving away tickets leading up to the event. On October 28th head to Shingletown Saloon before 8:00p.m and receive free tacos with drink purchase, play some bingo and beer pong and have the opportunity to win some free tickets to Saddle Up. Also, in November ticket giveaways will happen at their weekly Country Karaoke on Wednesdays and Sundays. Even if you don't score tickets, it will be a good opportunity to belt out your rendition of "Drink To That All Night" before the big show. For more information on their events and location visit, 

Also,  taking place on Friday November 12 at Jazzbones, a live music venue, night club and restaurant located on 6th Avenue  in Tacoma, Saddle Up Country Music Festival and Jazzbones proudly present a special concert honoring veterans, hosted by DJ Switch. 

The evening will entail live performances by Navy veterans Dave Breckner and Summer Townsend. The Kitty Mae Band, Patrick John & The Rebellion, Kyle Murdock are also set to perform. 

This night will be an intimate opportunity to get a little two-step in with these performers before the big show on December 4th.  The Veterans Awareness Party will be free to attend with a $10 donation suggested, or proof of a Saddle Up Ticket purchase. Doors will open at 6:30p.m with music kicking off at 7:00p.m

It's important to note this venue is a 21+ establishment. For more information on the Veterans Awareness Concert, visit 

The best way to stay in the know of all the happenings leading up to the big December 4th show and for more information on the big night is to text  SaddleUp (one word) to 95577, or visit


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