The Seasons Performance Hall Opens Fall Country Series Sept. 10 With Cloverdayle — And We’re Giving Away Season Tickets! [CONTEST]
With apologies to Randy Houser, here's another excuse to go out with your boots on.
Yup, we're helping kick off the Seasons Performance Hall's Fall Country Series Sept. 10 by giving away tickets to all four shows, including the first act -- Cloverdayle.
Just click here to get in on the sweepstakes for two pairs of season tickets. We'll draw winners Sept. 6 and announce them during the Morning Bull Pen.
It's a package well worth winning.
Cloverdayle is a husband-and-wife team known for lighting up audiences with their brand of high-energy country, featuring such songs as their current single, "Play Me Something I Can Drink To."
The two are originally from the Northwest, but now live in Nashville.
They've played with country stars as big as Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Wynonna Judd, Lee Brice, Jake Owen and Josh Turner.
Teaming up with songwriter and producer Terry McBride and longtime Brooks & Dunn band leader Dwain Rowe in 2010, Cloverdayle put out a four-song EP titled "Young and Reckless."
The duo is currently on a U.S. tour.
Their Sept. 10 show at the Seasons, 101 N. Naches Ave., starts at 7:30 p.m.
The Fall Country Series continues with The Quebe Sisters (Oct. 10), Chance McKinney with Brewers Grade (Oct. 22) and Austin Jenckes, co-presented with Chinook Music Festival (Nov. 19).
For ticket information, visit the Seasons Performance Hall website.