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Night Show Line-up for Stampede 2010

I’m just going to come right out and say I’ve never been to a night show at the Stampede. Mainly because it always seemed like the Stampede Committee had an affinity for booking a series of washed up one-hit wonders. But, I am happy to announce that this pattern has been broken!

LeAnn Rimes will be gracing the grandstand with her presence next July, along with Travis Tritt and the Little River Band. Okay, so its a small step up but its a start right? LeAnn Rimes is an enormous leap from many of the lack-lustre headliners we’ve had in the past and Travis Tritt’s mullet will surely be a crowd pleaser. But possibly the best part of the three night extravaganza will be the Little River Band’s Australian accents. All jokes aside, all three bands are incredibly talented and the night shows this year are going to be fantastic I’m sure.

Yet another surprise improvement is the ability to purchase E-tickets. The inconvenience of buying tickets through the stampede office is no more, unless you’re into that kind of thing, in which case I’m sure the office will still be selling tickets. Unfortunately the E-ticket process has been a but hit or miss as of late, but don’t worry, tickets can still be purchased the old-fashioned way.

Tickets for LeAnn Rimes ring in at $50, Travis Tritt can be enjoyed for $40, and Little River Band hold great value at $30. As usual packages to all three shows can be purchased as well for $100 during the Christmas Season, but you better buy them up quick since the price will increase to $110 by April 1st and to $120 by June 1st. Tickets go on sale at 10:00 am this morning at the site below. Best of luck to you all as you endeavor to see the best Night Shows Medicine Hat has had to offer thus far!

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2 Responses to “Night Show Line-up for Stampede 2010”

  1. December 17th, 2009 at 9:48 AM

    Vaughn says:

    Hank Williams (I,III) and Johnny Cash is about as country as I get, but even I can admit this is a step up.

  2. December 17th, 2009 at 11:12 AM

    aehiilrs says:

    Something tells me that Hank Williams III wouldn’t exactly be what they’re going for here, sadly. It would be awesome though.

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