Brothers Of The Sun Tour Tickets Are Heavily Discounted By; The Ticket Mega Seller Is Running a Promotion Due To Over Stock

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Brothers Of the Sun Tour Tickets are selling in high demand and are hard to get. Ticket Hunter Online has a surplus of Brothers Of the Sun Tour Tickets in Oakland and is offering a 20% discount.

Brothers Of The Sun Tour Tickets are in surplus at Ticket Hunter Online. The tour which features Kenny Chesney & Tim McGraw has been selling out arena's nationwide. Discount ticket seller, Ticket Hunter Online, is announcing a 20% discount on all over stocked "Brothers Of The Sun Tour tickets" by going to and entering promo code "wicked".

The Brothers of the Sun Tour, a mammoth co-headlining trek featuring megastars Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw, comes to the Coliseum in Oakland on Sunday.

It likely will be, far and away, the biggest country music event of the year in the Bay Area. In fact, you'd probably have to go all the way back to the late '90s -- when the George Strait Country Music Festival played the same venue -- to find an equally immense country gig in these parts.

McGraw, 45, has charted 21 No. 1 country singles, including such all-time fan favorites as "Don't Take the Girl," "I Like It, I Love It" and "It's Your Love," a duet with his superstar wife, Faith Hill. Seven of his nine studio albums have hit the top spot on the country charts -- and he has sold 40 million records in the U.S. Plus, he's now a fairly formidable player in Hollywood, having appeared in "The Blind Side," "Country Strong" and a number of other major films.Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw kicked off their Brothers of the Sun Tour Saturday at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. With a huge stage production, a set list of new and old hits and an encore featuring both Kenny and Tim, the Tampa kick-off proved why the Brothers of the Sun Tour has been called “the ‘Watch The Throne’…of country music concerts” by the Chicago Tribute.

Kenny began his set by rising from an elevator midfield and floating to the stage on a swing singing “Beer In Mexico,” “Keg in the Closet” and “Summertime.” He also performed “What I Need To Do” and “On The Coast of Somewhere Beautiful,” two songs that were not on last year’s play list, as well as his new single, “Come Over.”

The show-stopping ‘Truck Yeah’ has already received rave reviews from fans and peers. McGraw closed out his set with the up-tempo new track with clever lyrics and a beat that will get everyone up and out of their seats (see for yourself in the video below) night after night. If this song is any indication of what we can expect from McGraw since inking a new record deal with Big Machine, we’re in for one heck of a ride!

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