A hit song, like a first kiss or a frontal-lobe tattoo, stays in your mind forever until it’s surgically removed. Build memories that will last with this GrouponLive deal to see 93Q's Day in the Country featuring headliner Dierks Bentley, as well as Chris Cagle, The Lost Trailers, Wade Bowen, Ronnie Dunn, and more at Woodlands Pavilion in The Woodlands on Saturday, June 16, at 1:30 p.m. Choose between the following options:
- For $40, you get two tickets for seating in the back half of sections 105, 106, 109, or 110 (up to an $82.40 value, including all fees).
- For $60, you get two tickets for seating in the front half of sections 106–109 (up to an $123.50 value, including all fees).
Though Dierks Bentley started out playing the small bluegrass joints of Nashville's Lower Broadway, his eight No. 1 singles—all of which he's written—have vaulted him to some of the nation's most eminent stages. He's performed before the diverse crowds at Lollapalooza and the CMT Awards. The Grand Ole Opry inducted him as their third-youngest member ever. During a White House concert held for the president last year, his signature voice rang through the halls and off the woolly mammoths Teddy Roosevelt hunted and stuffed for display. Still, throughout his career Dierks has stayed true to the hybrid blend of acoustic and electric guitars that appears on early tracks such as “What Was I Thinkin’” and on his latest effort Home, which includes “Am I The Only One” and proves Dierks's tenacity to continue asking timeless rhetorical questions.
Before Dierks takes the stage, 93Q's Day in the Country showcases several bands that can lasso feet with rip-roaring honky-tonk or draw tears with heartfelt balladry. Chris Cagle ups the tempo with his recent "Got My Country On," then slips into a lower gear with his instructional anthem to coping and tightrope walking, "I Breathe In, I Breathe Out." The Lost Trailers get sassy on tracks such as "Holler Back," and Wade Bowen flexes the performance muscles he's toned during some 200 annual shows. Ronnie Dunn, half of the boogying duo of Brooks & Dunn, plays from his recent solo album that includes "Let the Cowboy Rock."