Little Big Town, Hunter Hayes To Headline Blue Ridge Music Festival in Virginia's Blue Ridge

Tickets for the event, which will be at the Salem Civic Center in Salem, Va., are on sale now at the civic center's box office, all Ticketmaster locations and charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000.

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Little Big Town and Hunter Hayes will headline the star-studded Blue Ridge Music Festival at Salem Stadium on June 1.

Salem, Va. (PRWEB) February 12, 2013

On Saturday, June 1, recent Country Music Association (CMA) Award winners Little Big Town and Hunter Hayes will headline the star-studded Blue Ridge Music Festival at Salem Stadium.

Fellow Nashville recording artists Gloriana, Colt Ford, Greg Bates, Will Hoge, Sweetwater Rain and Virginia’s own legendary party band, The Skip Castro Band are rounding out the lineup of this day-long event.

Tickets for the event, which will kickoff at 11 a.m., are on sale at the Salem Civic Center box office, all Ticketmaster locations and charge by phone at 1­-800-745-3000. General admission field tickets and reserved stadium seats are $35 plus additional fees. There will also be a limited number of VIP tickets available.

“We are very pleased to be partnering with Mike Smardak and the fine people at Outback Concerts on this event and hope to make the Blue Ridge Music Festival an annual event in Salem Stadium,” said Carey Harveycutter, Salem’s Director of Civic Facilities.

“We’re excited for this event,” stated Mike Smardak, President of Outback Concerts.

The hard-working quartet of Little Big Town was named Vocal Group of the Year at the recent CMA Awards in November and the group’s smash hit “Pontoon” off of their No. 1 album “Tornado” also was named the CMA’s single of the year.

Hunter Hayes, who has made several trips to the valley in recent years, took home the coveted New Artist of the Year honor at the CMA ceremonies in Nashville. Hayes' self-titled debut album already has produced two No. 1 hits including “Storm Warning” and “Wanted.” The talented Louisiana native played more than 30 instruments on the album.

Salem has played host to a number of major stars for stadium shows in the past decade. In 2005, Salem Memorial Ballpark welcomed Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson to the stage. In 2006, Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert headlined the festival, and in 2011, the Zac Brown Band performed at Salem Stadium.


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