When Greeley Stampede General Manager Justin Watada said that they were going to go all out for the 100th Greeley Stampede celebration, boy, he wasn’t kidding.
On Tuesday at exactly 2:22 p.m., Watada and Co. released the lineup for the 2022 SuperStars Concert Series and it’s a doozy.
In celebration of the Stampede’s big 100, organizers have revamped the SuperStars Concert Series package to include an additional concert for the same price. Packages will be available before the sale of individual tickets, organizers said in a press release. The reason for this is to allow fans the opportunity to have the same seat for all of the concerts.
Now, let’s get to what we have been waiting for!
Opening up the concert series on Friday, June 24 will be Brad Paisley. The three-time Grammy winner is know for numerous hits including “She’s Everything,” “Remind Me,” “We Danced” and “Freedom was a Highway.” Paisley and his wife, actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley, are also the founders of The Store, a free-referral based grocery store in the Nashville area.
For the rockers out there, Stone Temple Pilots will be putting the Stampede’s new sound and lighting system to the test when they take the stage on Saturday, June 25. The band, which hails from San Diego, CA, consists of brothers Dean DeLeo and Robert DeLeo, Eric Kretz and Jeff Gutt. The band released its eighth studio album, Perdida, on Feb. 7, 2020.
Opening acts for Paisley and Stone Temple Pilots are still to be determined, so keep watch on the Stampede’s website and in the Greeley Tribune for more information.
Contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter Jeremy Camp will be headlining the popular Faith and Family Night, which is set for Sunday, June 26. Over his career, Camp has released 11 albums with four of them certified Gold. His music is a mixture of ballads and up-tempo song with rock influences.
Fans of “American Idol” will be familiar Danny Gokey, who is set to open for Camp. Gokey came in third-place during the eighth season of the singing competition. Since then, he has gone on to make a name for himself in the Christian music world.
Jon Pardi was originally on the lineup for the 2021 concert series, however he was unable to attend due to scheduling conflicts. But Stampede organizers were able to snag the “Tequila Little Time” singer for the 100th celebration of the historic Greeley event. Pardi, who is signed to Capitol Nashville, has released three studio albums and has secured several hits under his belt including “Night Shift,” “Dirt on My Boots” and “Heartache Medication.”
Niko Moon, an American country pop singer, is set to open for Pardi. Moon has written songs for the likes of Dierks Bentley, Zac Brown Band, Rascal Flatts and Morgan Wallen.
Saturday, July 2, somewhat of a newbie to the Nashville scene, Jordan Davis, will be performing. Davis became a radio staple with his chart-topping album, Home State, in 2018. Since then, country music fans may know him from his songs, “Buy Dirt” that features vocals from Luke Bryan and the catchy tune, “Almost Maybes.”
Opening for Davis will be another new artist, Elvie Shane. Shane is signed to BBR Music Group and released his debut single “My Boy,” which has charted on Country Airplay. The Kentucky native grew up singing in his church and listening to country music.
While the concert series wraps up on Sunday, July 3, that doesn’t mean it won’t go out without a bang.
Cole Swindell will be the last performer in the 2022 series. Swindell has written songs for Craig Campbell, Thomas Rhett, Scotty McCreery and Luke Bryan long with releasing three of his own albums for Warner Bros. Records Nashville. Swindell’s latest hits, “Single Saturday Night” and “Never Say Never” can be heard on country radio stations across the U.S.
Swindell will be joined by his “Never Say Never” co-singer Lainey Wilson. Wilson has quickly created a name for herself in the country music industry with the release of her album, “Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin’.” The 29-year old from Baskin, LA began performing at a young age before leaving her hometown of 300 people to chase her dream in the Music City, aka Nashville.
Package tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 28 on the Stampede’s website at www.greeleystampede.org. Packages purchased by Tuesday, June 14 will range from $100-$130 per person depending on seat choice. On Wednesday, June 15, package prices will increase to $140-$170 per person depending on seat choice.
For those that are only looking to attend individual concerts, tickets for shows will go on sale Thursday, March 3 online at www.greeleystampede.org. As with the packages, fans can save money by purchasing tickets early. Tickets purchased by Tuesday, June 14 are $35-$45 per person depending on seat choice and increase to $40-$50 per person depending on seat choice on Wednesday, June 15.
For more information on the 100th Greeley Stampede, rodeo events, concerts and all the other festivities, go to www.greeleystampede.org.
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