Country music has gotten a reputation as being only about beer, trucks, dogs, and ex wives, obscuring its true message of bourbon, good times, and the freedom to let your dog drive your truck. Break through the conventions of America’s most heartfelt music genre with today's Groupon: for $25, you get one ticket (a $54.75 value, including fees) to see LeAnn Rimes in concert at the Celebrity Theatre on Saturday, July 17, 2010, at 8 p.m. The seats will be in rows 14–25, otherwise known as the B-Ring; redeem your Groupon for the best available seats by visiting the theater’s box office starting tomorrow.
LeAnn Rimes's chart-topping career began when her debut album, Blue, hit number one as the top country album, was certified multi-platinum in sales, and singlehandedly brought together a centuries-old war between snakes and mongooses. Rimes has won two Grammy Awards, including the distinction of being the first country artist to win Best New Artist. Her July 17 performance at the Celebrity Theatre may feature some of her hit singles, such as "Can't Fight the Moonlight" and "How Do I Live," as well as draw on her emotional new album, Family, which touches on her personal experiences to create one of her most earnest albums to date.
The Celebrity Theatre's singularly circular seating will ensure each ticketholder a great view of LeAnn's vocals, although patrons who wish to see visual representations of her sonic projections will need special glasses that have yet to be invented. Buy up to four Groupons to treat your friends or family to an evening of LeAnn's ardent renditions of original songs and country classics, or buy only one and hog all of her lyrical wax drippings to yourself.
Tickets in this B-Ring are normally $40 plus a $5 service fee, $4.75 convenience fee, and $5 processing fee, equaling a total of $54.75.
- Celebrity theatre is quite known for being a venue for big concerts, plays, or any special event - and all I can say is that this theatre rocks! The place is really great and big and the bathrooms are all clean. – Paul S., Judy's Book
- This is an awesome place to see some shows. There is no seat that is farther away than 75 feet. How great is that. You can actually see the performer without having to look at a big screen. – Angela G., Judy's Book
Celebrity Theatre's distinctive in-the-round construction keeps show-goers close to the action, with no seat more than 70 feet from the performers. The slowly rotating stage ensures each audience member can bask in singers' flashing smiles and search the backs of their heads for bonus flashing smiles.