Buckeye Country Superfest is ready for his return to Ohio Stadium.
The stadium will likely be packed when Superfest returns on Saturday afternoon and evening.
“People are excited to return to live events and we are excited to see them return,” said David Redelberger, director of interactive marketing for Schottenstein Center and Nationwide Arena. “It’s always fun to get out of the arenas and put on a great show there.”
The stadium began to host Buckeye Country Superfest in 2015, with different lineups each year, and continued until 2019, after which it was discontinued by COVID.
This year is the only concert scheduled at the stadium, which celebrates its 100th anniversary, although more concerts are likely in the future.
“We’re always on the lookout for performers that we can bring into the stadium for big events,” Redelberger said. “It’s difficult because there aren’t many acts that can fill such a big spot.”
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From the 80s and into the early 2000s, the stadium hosted acts such as pink floyd, Genesis and rolling stones. After a ten-year hiatus, the stadium returned to concerts in 2015, when the Rolling Stones returned and the first Country Superfest was held.
Morgan Wade to kick off Buckeye Country Superfest performance
singer-songwriter from Virginia Morgan Wade will open Superfest at 3:30 p.m. His debut album, 2021’s “Reckless,” has been met with critical acclaim, with what The New York Times called a “lovingly torn debut” informed by Wade’s “tremendous, acidic vocals.” “.
Kameron Marlowe next
At 4:40 p.m. Kameron Marlowe, an “American Idol” veteran who made a name for himself releasing singles, will perform. Marlowe’s debut album, “We Were Cowboys,” will be released in August.
Zach Bryan also on stage
Zach Bryan is due to appear at 5:55 p.m. The 26-year-old served in the Navy for eight years until his discharge last year. This year, he launched into music by releasing the 34-song triple album “American Heartbreak”. Not content with that, the Oklahoma native just released the nine-song EP “Summertime Blues.” He will perform with other country artists this summer before beginning to headline shows in the fall.
Cody Jinks shares his brand of music
7:15 p.m. Alternate Country Road Outlaw Warrior Cody Jinx take the stage. Jinks is known for walking the line between country and heavy metal: in 2021, he released both a solo country album, “Mercy,” and a heavy metal album, “None the Wiser,” with his band, Caned. by Nod. That same year, he was named Independent Artist of the Year at MusicRow’s Country Breakout Awards.
Luke Combs will give the ‘Shoe a country touch
Luc Combes, who is the headliner of this year’s event, will conclude the event when he takes the stage at 9 p.m. The Nashville-based singer has been roaring the country charts since 2017, when he released his debut album. The first country artist to have his first 14 songs all top No. 1 on the Billboard country charts, he was named 2021 Artist of the Year at the Country Music Association awards ceremony. Her new album, “Growin’ Up,” debuted at No. 1 on the Country Albums Chart.
Planning on going to Superfest? Here’s what you need to know:
What if I want to start the party earlier?
• See you at the pre-party at 7 p.m. Friday at Newport Music Hall, 1722 N. High St., where the country singer-songwriter and “The Voice” alum Corey Kent, who just hit the Billboard Hot 100 with his “Wild as Her”, will be on stage. Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 the day of the show. (promowestlive.com)
When is Buckeye Country Superfest?
• July 23. Doors open at 2 p.m. and music will start at 3:30 p.m.
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Where is it held?
• Ohio Stadium, 411 Woody Hayes Drive
How much are Buckeye Country Superfest tickets?
• Tickets start at $44.49 and go up from there. Get them at buckeyecountrysuperfest.com. Ticket offices at Ohio Stadium will open at noon.
• Only tickets compatible with Ticketmaster mobile (generated by Ticketmaster and displayed on a mobile device as a SafeTix barcode) will be accepted.
Will there be a tailgate party?
• Yes. The Tailgate Fan Fest, sponsored by WCOL, will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. outside the stadium, featuring games, food trucks, official merchandise and music by Missouri singer-songwriter Renee Blair and Nashville singer-songwriter Drew Parks. , who co-wrote many of Luke Combs’ hit songs.
What about parking?
• Prepaid stadium parking starts at $50 per vehicle and can be purchased at www.buckeyecountrysuperfest.com. Show day parking may be available on a first come, first served basis. The car parks will open at 8:00 a.m. on the day of the show. RV parking is available for $130 per vehicle. RVs must vacate their sites by 10 a.m. the next day.
For various parking lots, visit https://bit.ly/3PAI24j.
Can I pay for parking, concessions, merchandise or tickets with cash?
• Nope. The event is strictly cashless.
Will alcohol be available?
• Yes, for those 21 and over. Designated drivers are entitled to a free soft drink.
Can I bring stadium seats?
• As long as they don’t have back supports, zippers or storage compartments.
What if I want to hydrate?
• Guests are encouraged to bring clear, empty plastic bottles into the stadium to refill at the water points.
What about sunscreen?
• Feel free to take it, as long as it’s not an aerosol. Don’t put it in a bag.
What kind of bag can I bring?
• Bags should not exceed 5 x 8 x 1 inch. No clear plastic bags or bins.
What else can I take?
• View the full list of prohibited items at www.buckeyecountrysuperfest.com. If in doubt, leave it at home.
Can I leave and then come back?