Whoo-eeeee! The dog days of Texas are finally past, although summer’s not yet gone. Times like this are ripe for reflection, and nostalgia, and summer lovin’, and sitting in the back of a truck, and beers. Sounds like the basic formula for a country song.
Country is comin’ to Texas in the most Texas of country ways, and Austin loves country music best… Well aside from Nashville. And Oklahama City. And Flagstaff. And, uh, okay, all of America does country music best. We do, however, claim live music as our thing, which is in fact a fact. If you dare to contest this claim, well then we may have ourselves an old fashioned showdown, and may politely request that you step back ten paces and draw. Your guitars, that is.
The Cedar Park Center isn’t just for sports. Being colossal and having an astounding 8,700 seating capacity for concerts, it’s the perfect all-American arena for families to get together in their mutual appreciation of country music. Eric Church is rolling into town with his guitar and his baseball cap, and the Cedar Park Center is the ideal place to host this dude. You may have heard of Eric Church, who’s been playing and writing songs since he was 13 and is currently signed to Capitol Records Nashville. Church has embarked on his “Blood, Sweat, and Beers” tour–which is a fantastic tour name, in our opinion.
At the Cedar Park Center, Eric Church will be accompanied by accomplished musicians Justin Moore and Kip Moore (unrelated), which will round out the performances into a delightful country medley of trucks, women, and cigarettes, to be enjoyed by the entire family. Eric Church’s “Blood, Sweat, and Beers” tour is in honor of his new album, “Chief,” which was nominated for Best Country Album at the 2012 Grammys, as well as debuting number 1 on the Top Country Albums and the Billboard 200. Justin Moore and Kip Moore are also no strangers to the charts. Justin Moore has charted six times while Kip Moore’s “Somethin’ About a Truck” was number one throughout the month of April.
The show will be on Saturday, September 22 at 6:30. The Cedar Park Center is the ideal venue for a concert that can be enjoyed by the whole family.