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Best Seats to see Lonestar

Upcoming Events Calendar

May 25

Sat . 09:00 PM


Center Stage at Pearl River Resorts, Choctaw, MS

May 26

Sun . 08:00 PM

Lonestar, Easton Corbin, and Drew Baldridge

Lincoln Park on the Riverfront, Quincy, IL

Jun 07

Fri . 08:00 PM


United Wireless Arena, Dodge City, KS

Jul 25

Thu . 01:59 PM

Headwaters Country Jam - (3 Day Pass) with Bailey Zimmerman, Jon Pardi, Gary Allan and more

The Bridge at Three Forks, Cardwell, MT

Aug 01

Thu . 04:30 AM

WE Fest - 3 Day Pass with Jelly Roll, Parker McCollum, Eric Church and more

Soo Pass Ranch, Detroit Lakes, MN

Aug 03

Sat . 09:30 PM


Freeborn County Fair, Albert Lea, MN

Aug 08

Thu . 03:30 AM

Boots and Hearts Music Festival (4-Day Pass) with Jason Aldean, Thomas Rhett, Cody Johnson, and more!

Burl's Creek Event Grounds, Oro-Medonte, ON

Sep 20

Fri . 08:30 PM


Bridge View Center, Ottumwa, IA

Oct 10

Thu . 07:00 PM


Casino Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS

Oct 11

Fri . 08:00 PM


Molson Canadian Centre at Casino New Brunswick, Moncton, NB
Lonestar, the country music ensemble that’s been sweeping the nation since 1992, is back on tour. Whether you're a longtime fan or new to the scene, you won't want to miss them live. If you're wondering how to secure the best seats, you're in the right place.

Tracing the band’s history involves a timeline of key collaborations and venue choices that have shaped their character. Early on, they shared stages with other prominent acts like Sara Evans and Kenny Chesney, not to mention various county fairs where they honed their stage presence. From hole-in-the-wall bars in Nashville to state-of-the-art concert halls, their versatility is unparalleled.

In recent years, they've played at diverse venues, avoiding the mainstream spots you might expect. For example, the band delivered an intimate set at The Cabot in Beverly, Massachusetts—a small venue known for its superior acoustics. Then, there’s the performance at The Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington, where they played to a much larger Audience, showcasing their adaptability.

Now, let's talk seating. The best seats can vary based on the venue and personal preference. If you're at a smaller venue like Knuckleheads Saloon in Kansas City, general admission might suffice. The intimacy of the setting allows for a great view and audio experience regardless of where you're standing. In larger venues, like Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland, you may want to invest in VIP packages for front-row seats or exclusive boxes. Your sightlines and sound quality can significantly differ between the nosebleed section and the orchestra pit, so consider your options carefully.

Of course, ticket prices can vary widely depending on your choice. At smaller venues, you might find tickets for as low as $40, whereas premium seating at a larger venue could set you back $200 or more. Let's not forget about additional perks like backstage passes or meet-and-greet options; these can range from $50 to $100 on top of your ticket price. Sometimes spending a bit more can elevate the entire experience.

Historically, Lonestar tends to sell out quickly, particularly at unique venues like the Fox Theater in Oakland or the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Minnesota. Advance booking is highly recommended. Some dedicated fans even opt for season passes or memberships at certain venues, a strategy that can yield long-term benefits, including first dibs at premium seating.

In terms of shows, they're slated to perform at venues ranging from Michigan’s Frederik Meijer Gardens to the scenic Vina Robles Amphitheatre in California. This geographic diversity means there's likely a concert near you, regardless of where you reside in the U.S.

The enduring appeal of Lonestar is their ability to straddle tradition and innovation. From their breakout single “No News” to chart-toppers like “Amazed,” their music captures a broad spectrum of human emotion. This is even more potent in a live setting. To experience the full impact of their artistry, strategic seat selection should not be overlooked. So when you're hunting for tickets, keep in mind that The Early bird usually secures the best seats. Whether you're in a cozy, local theater or a sprawling amphitheater, each Lonestar concert offers a singular experience you won’t want to miss.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What's Lonestar's most popular song?
"Amazed" is their most popular song; it topped country and pop charts and remains a wedding favorite.
Is Richie McDonald still part of Lonestar?
Yes, Richie McDonald returned to Lonestar in 2011 after leaving the band in 2007 for a solo career.
What was Lonestar's debut album?
The band released its self-titled debut album, "Lonestar", in 1995, which set the stage for future successes.
Do they have any awards?
Yes, they've won numerous awards, including a Grammy for the hit song "Amazed", consolidating their reputation.
Are they touring?
Yes, Lonestar has announced a tour, offering both acoustic sets and full-band performances.

Interesting Information about Lonestar

  • Originally formed in 1992, the band's name was chosen to reflect their Texan roots.
  • Known for a mix of country and pop, Lonestar broke major charts with their crossover hit "Amazed".
  • Band member Richie McDonald left in 2007, returned in 2011, shaking up the lineup and musical direction.
  • Their album "Lonely Grill" went triple platinum, proving their broad appeal beyond just country music fans.
  • Despite ups and downs, Lonestar has stayed active for three decades, a testament to their resilience and fan loyalty.