Country superstar Brad Paisley is making his way to Idaho this summer. The superstar will be performing at the Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel in June.

General Information About Brad Paisley Coming To Fort Hall

The concert is going to be at the outdoor venue at the Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel in Fort Hall which is about 120 miles east of Twin Falls. The announcement isn't even on his website yet but tickets will go on sale this Friday. 120 miles isn't too far to "Get A Little Mud On The Tires" and make your way a little less than 2 hours to see him, after all, "Freedom Was A Highway". He will perform his outdoor concert on June 25th. the show starts at 8 pm.

Ticket Pricing And Information

Tickets to see Brad Paisley will officially go on sale to the general public Friday, January 28th at 10 am. You can also check out the Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel Facebook page on Thursday, January 27th for pre-sale tickets. You will need a special access code that the casino gives you on their social media. The tickets start at $89 dollars and appear to go up to $109 dollars. That does not include taxes and fees. In the grand scheme of things, it is pretty affordable.

More Information About Brad Paisley

The country singer started in 1999 and has been successful since. Songs like 'Whiskey Lullaby" and "I'm Gonna Miss Her" prove he can write and perform serious emotional songs, as well as fun, lighthearted songs.

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