Sunday In Country Tickets
Details of Sunday In Country and the Ticket Luck value
Sunday in the Country tickets presents an evening of extraordinary musical delight by some of the most renowned country music artists of the US. The event is a production of Baltimore's Country Station called WPOC and hence the music stars that comprise the performing cast of 'Sunday in the Country' are a regular feature of the radio station. The show takes place each year during the summers, most often in the month of September.
Like its previous shows, 'Sunday in the Country' at Merriweather Post Pavilion was a great hit with the audience last year as well. The opening act of the concert was performed by Craig Campbell, the singer who made it to the Top 20 Hot Country Songs with his very first song called 'Family Man'. Craig's live performance came across as good as it is on radio. His cool and calm demeanor spoke volumes of his confidence and singing abilities. His strong stage presence captivated the audience who burst out screaming and cheering as soon as he made his entry. Craig went through a huge collection of his songs including the famous number 'When I Get It'. His performances were steady and consistent doing justice to each composition to the core.
The cool, calm and melodious play of Craig Campbell was followed by the super charged act of Jana Kramer. The singer was one of the most enthusiastic performers of the night. Her power packed stage energy translated perfectly into the thousands of crowds present at the venue. She performed a number of her hit songs while jumping and dancing all over the stage in the most lively and exuberant fashion.
Jane's performance was met by that of the country heartthrob Justin Moore. As soon as he appeared on the stage wearing a pair of glasses, everybody was seen screaming at the sight of the dashing singer. He later announced that his glasses were not intended to make a style statement rather they were used as a shield for his poked right eye. He performed numerous compositions of his own including a sing along version of his attitude filled 'I Can Kick Your Ass' which the crowd simply loved.
Another highlight act of 'Sunday in the Country' was presented by the young music star named David Nail. The singer showcased several of his hit country tracks. However he was most appreciated for his performance of Adele's classic song 'Sometimes it hurts instead'.
Up next was Thompson Square, the husband-and-wife duo that comprises of Keifer Thompson and Shawna Thompson. The couple presented a range of their country songs. The crowd was simply left awe struck by the affectionate gestures and lyrically profound performances of a music couple so deeply in love. The most cheered song performance was that of 'Are you going to kiss me or not' which ended in a romantic way with the husband and wife kissing each other on stage.
The concluding performance of Sunday in the Country was put forth by Eric Church. He started off playing low key guitar lines. Suddenly the curtain behind him fell down revealing a musical orchestra who presented an electrifying upbeat music play to which Eric was seen going almost hysterical. This was just the start of a series of enthralling acts by the performer. The shooting flames and electric sparks that came up and down the stage further enhanced the thrilling atmosphere and mood of the event. The stage backdrop was frequently changed which added to the visual interest and kept the spectators engaged throughout.
Sunday in the Country is usually supported by a large number of well known sponsors. These include MECU, Carol's Western Wear, PBR Baltimore, Marines and many others. It is a well organized affair that presents the live country music acts of songs and artists who are a constant hit of the WPOC Baltimore Country Station (radio). So buy your Sunday in the Country tickets and get ready to enjoy some of the most popular music hits by the best in the country music.