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Lee Brice, Flo Rida and Tyler Hubbard announced as performers for Greeley Stampede 2023 SuperStars Concert Series

Flip your calendars ahead to June and get ready for some summer fun as the Greeley Stampede unveiled its SuperStars Concert Series lineup Monday evening— and music fans should be pretty pleased with the list of performers.

“The new JBS Stage definitely opens more doors for the Greeley Stampede,” explained Kevin McFarling, marketing manager for the Greeley Stampede. “With more capabilities to accommodate the artists production requirements plus the benefit of more set-up time, the arena becomes a better fit for a lot of artists.”

This year’s lineup definitely reflects the impact the new stage and amenities has on attracting larger acts as singer and rapper, Flo Rida will be kicking off the concert series at Friday, June 23 along with Neon Union.

On Monday, the Greeley Stampede unveiled its lineup for the 2023 SuperStars Concert Series. (Greeley Tribune file photo)

Saturday, June 24 country singer/songwriter Lee Brice will be hitting the JBS Stage and catwalk along with Ashley Cooke.

Stampede organizers are still working on nailing down a performer for the popular Faith and Family Night, set for Sunday, June 25, so music fans will want to keep their eyes open for that announcement.

Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line is bringing his solo tour to Greeley on Friday, June 30. His opening act is still to be determined.

American rapper and singer Flo Rida is known for his hits “Low,” “Club Can’t Handle Me,” “My House” and more. (Credit/Jerod Harris)

Dustin Lynch returns to the Greeley Stampede to perform on Saturday, July 1. Lynch was one of the concert series headliners back in 2018. Lynch’s opening act will also be announced at a later date.

Wrapping up the SuperStars Concert Series for 2023 on Monday, July 3 will be Sam Hunt with Drew Green.

“We have received a lot of positive feedback about the new JBS Stage so far, not only from our guests but also from the artists,” McFarling said. “Having the ability to close the stage for more production and set-up time has really elevated the concerts at the Stampede. We are looking forward to the second year using the stage to continue to better concerts in northern Colorado.”

Tyler Hubbard, half of the country duo Florida Georgia Line, is striking it out on his own, making an appearance at the 2023 Greeley Stampede. (Credit/Sara Kauss)

Tickets for the SuperStars Concert Series packages as well as tickets for the PRCA Pro Rodeo and popular July 4 demolition derby go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22 online line.

Individual concert tickets are scheduled to go on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28 online only.

“I would like to add in our commitment to affordable entertainment,” McFarling added. “We will be bringing back the SuperStars+ concert package again this year which included one ticket to all six of our arena concerts.”

SuperStars Concert Series packages will sell for $120 to $150 per person with individual concert tickets selling for $35 to $45 per person.

From opening for country music stars to headlining his own tour, Dustin Lynch is steadily making a name for himself on the  country music circuit. (Credit/John Medina)

PRCA Pro Rodeo tickets will be $15 to $30 per person and the Xtreme Bulls event selling for $20 to $35 per person. American Bull Fighting tickets will be $15 to $20 per person and tickets for the returning Heritage of Mexico Rodeo will sell for $15 to $25 per person.

Tickets for the final event, the demolition Derby on July 4 will sell for $20 to $35 per person.

Due to the ongoing construction of the new Stampede offices, tickets will only be available online at www.greeleystampede.org .

“We would also like to remind people to only purchase tickets from the Greeley Stampede.Third party sites trying to sell our tickets are not authorized to do so and will be much more expensive,” McFarling warns. “Not only will you pay too much for a ticket, it won’t be valid to get you into the arena to enjoy the event you’re hoping to see.”

Georgia native and country musician Sam Hunt will be heading to Greeley to take the JBS Stage to perform during the 2023 Greeley Stampede. (Credit/Todd Owyoung)

All arena event ticket prices are set to increase Thursday, June 15.

The Greeley Stampede follows a clear bag policy for all arena events. Learn more about the clear bag policy by going to www.greeleystampede.org/p/clear-bag-policy .

For more information about the Greeley Stampede, including tickets, schedule of events, rules and regulation as well as the most recent announcements, go to www.greeleystampede.org .


This article was originally published in Greeley Tribune

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