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Jason Aldean is coming to Columbus

Jason Aldean takes the stage with special guests Chris Young, Kane Brown, and Dee Jay Silver  on Thursday, October 19 at The Schottenstein Center in Columbus! Tickets on sale now. 

JUST ANNOUNCED: Tickets go on sale this week for Little Big Town concert 

Attention country music fans: Little Big Town just announced a big Columbus concert with special guests Kacey Musgraves and Midland.

The Breakers Tour includes a stop at the Schottenstein Center at Ohio State in Columbus on Feb. 15, 2018.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 22.

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The multi-platinum selling country group was recently inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame and earned their 26th career CMA Award nomination, including nominations for Single Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Vocal Group Of The Year and Music Video Of The Year categories. 

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Some of the group’s top hits include: "Boondocks," "Bring It On Home," "Good As Gone," and "Little White Church," as well as No. 1 singles "Pontoon," "Tornado," "Day Drinking," and most recently, "Girl Crush” and "Better Man."

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Little Big Town is coming to Columbus

Little Big Town announced they will bring their critically-acclaimed harmonies to Columbus with The Breakers Tour featuring special guests Kacey Musgraves and Midland. 

The Multi-Platinum selling Country group was recently inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame and earned their 26th career CMA Award nomination, including nominations for Single Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Vocal Group Of The Year and Music Video Of The Year categories.

One of the most well-respected and beloved entertainers in music today, the genre-defying group will share hits such as "Boondocks," "Bring It On Home," "Good As Gone," and "Little White Church," as well as their #1 singles "Pontoon," "Tornado," "Day Drinking," and most recently, the history-making best-selling country single of 2015, "Girl Crush,” and this year’s multi-week #1 single, "Better Man."

Want to go? Here’s the info you need:

  • Date: Thursday, February 15th
  • Time: 7:30 p.m.
  • Location: The Jerome Schottenstein Center in Columbus
  • Tickets go on sale: Friday, September 22nd at 10 a.m. 
  • Get tickets

Beer, brats, food trucks and a few more reasons to go to Oktoberfest

For the 46th time, the Dayton Art Institute will be throwing its annual Oktoberfest fundraising party, adding the unusual component of arts and crafts to the usual German food, music, and beer. 

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In addition to the over 60 visiting artisans displaying and selling their wares, the museum’s permanent collection, including their current special exhibition, “Alphonse Mucha: Master of Art Nouveau,” will be open to patrons.

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“The vibe changes from day to night,” said Amy Askins, DAI Oktoberfest Co-Chair. “During the day, it’s more chill. People are more interested in perusing the artisans. At night, it’s packed. It’s a party.”

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A few notable facts about DAI Oktoberfest 2017:

LEDERHOSEN LUNCH AND PREVIEW PARTY (LEDERHOSEN OPTIONAL)

Many people like to start their weekend early, so the DAI Oktoberfest is offering heavily discounted lunch and libations Friday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Brats, metts, tenderloins will be $5, and potato salad and the homemade noodles are $3 (or you combo it with a dessert for $10).

The beer and wine is $5. The beer list includes Miller Lite, Terrapin High 5 IPA, Blue Moon, Crispin Original Apple Cider, Leinenkugel’s Oktoberfest and Harvest Shandy, and Warsteiner’s Dunkel, Oktoberfest, Koenig Ludwig Hefeweiss, and Pilsner beers. Wines are Michelle Sparkling Brut, Dr. L Riesling, Rodney Strong Chardonnay, Save Me San Francisco Cabernet Sauvignon, and Deloach Pinot Noir.

The preview party will also feature these beverages, accompanied by live music from This Side Up, a Dayton-based rock cover band. Askins said that while lederhosen is certainly welcome, it is not mandatory, or even expected.

“We encourage people who work downtown to come out,” she said. “So they’ll be in their ordinary work attire. But a few people will be wearing (lederhosen) for sure.”

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THE MAIN EVENT

For the main two-day party, there will be a full live music lineup and art-related activities for children. Most importantly, the one beer truck open for the lederhosen lunch and preview party will be joined by five others, bearing breweries such as Fat Head, Mad Tree, Dogfish, Great Lakes, and popular individual varieties such as New Belgium Fat Tire, Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale, and Stone Arrogant Bastard. On the wine side, an additional Riesling, Chardonnay, and two Cabernet Sauvignons will be added, as well as a Pinot Grigio and a Dark Red.

According to DAI organizers, the food options remain fairly consistent from year to year, with popular favorites such as Zombie Dogz and the Associate Board Alumni (the museum’s own) Brats & Metts. The few notable newbies this year are Kona Ice, Nida Thai, and the Drunken Waffle, which features such delicacies as the Reservoir Dog (a waffled corn dog), the Boba Feta Burger (quarter pounder topped with feta cheese and pesto between a waffle), and the Bocheesian Rhapsody (grilled cheddar and Jack cheese between a waffle). 

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ART AT OKTOBERFEST

Every year, the DAI offers an “official mug of Oktoberfest.” According to Chris Schairbaum, DAI Oktobefest Co-Chair, they typically sell over 1,000 of these each year. This year, Bubba Jones Cups, an Ohio potter who specializes in handmade ceramic items for craft breweries and enthusiasts, is designing the mug. There will be 16-ounce and 32-ounce mugs available, along with a few ceramic growlers. A mug purchase comes with a free beer ticket.

According to Askins, they had a larger-than-usual group of artisans applying to participate this year, including Renata Kelly, a wearable art artisan who makes, among other things, a shawl one can wear eight different ways.

“Every year, I go home with a new pair of earrings or a bracelet,” said Askins. “We have a handful of people who work in metal and glass, everything from large sculptures you can hang outside to centerpieces for large rooms to items that can fit in your hand. We have committee heads for all of these areas, and they really went above and beyond as far as recruitment.” 

WANT TO GO?

What: The Dayton Art Institute Oktoberfest

When: Sept. 22-24, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 7-11 p.m. Friday, noon-11:30 p.m. Saturday, and noon-7 p.m. Sunday

Where: Dayton Art Institute, 456 Belmonte Park N, Dayton

Cost: $3-$7 (general), $55-$95 (preview party), free for children 6 and younger

More Info: 937-223-4ART or www.daytonartinstitute.org/oktoberfest

Jeff Dunham is coming to WSU Nutter Center

Comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham will return to the WSU Nutter Center on January 14th  for a stop on his Passively Aggressive Tour.   Tickets go on sale at 10:00 a.m. Monday, September 25th.

  • Date: Sunday, January 14th 
  • Time: 3 p.m. 
  • Location: WSU Nutter Center  
  • Ticket Prices: $51.50
  • Tickets on  Monday, September 25th at 10am. Click here for ticket information. 
  • Get details. 

How to score the famous Troy Strawberry Fest donuts in special sale this weekend only

The news is true: you can get the famous Troy strawberry donuts this weekend. 

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The Troy Music Boosters are hosting a donut flash sale on Saturday, Sept. 16 from 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Donuts will be $1 each. 

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Usually, the donuts are sold during the Troy Strawberry Festival, where people will wait for hours in line to get them. 

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K99.1FM and JD Legends are proud to present Concerts for a Cause

K99.1FM and JD Legends are joining the fight against breast cancer with Concerts for a Cause benefiting the Pink Ribbon Girls

Join us at JD Legends for two nights of acoustic shows where 100% of ticket sales will go to the Pink Ribbon Girls. 

Pink Ribbon Girls provide healthy meals, housecleaning, transportation to treatment and peer support to individuals with breast and women’s reproductive cancers free of charge throughout Ohio.

Tuesday, October 3rd: Dylan Scott and Jackson Michelson 

Wednesday, October 4th: Midland 

LocationJD Legends located at 65 Millard Drive, Franklin, Oh 45005 (Exit 38 off I-75. One exit South of Austin Landing)

Ticket information:  100% of ticket sales go to the Pink Ribbon Girls!

  • Tickets on Sale Now! 
  • Click here to purchase tickets to Dylan Scott 
  • Click here to purchase tickets to Midland
  • General Admission - $10.00 
  • Four Pack Deal - $30 (4 general admission tickets) 
  • Club Seat - $50 (Includes seat at table, front stage access, your own server, and no waiting in line.) 
  •  VIP Seat - $75 (Includes a seat at table of 6 under covered VIP pavilion, dinner, meet and greet with artist, front stage access) 

Doors open at 6pm. All ages are welcome.

More about Pink Ribbon Girls: 

Pink Ribbon Girls was created by women with breast cancer to support and empower others who are currently in the fight against breast and reproductive cancers. They strive to balance the fear and uncertainty that breast and women’s reproductive cancers bring to individuals and families by providing free direct services to those throughout Ohio. 

  • Healthy Meals – Meals which target the nutrients a cancer patient needs, prepared by executive chefs and professionally delivered to your home
  • Housecleaning – Provided by professional, bonded and insured cleaning services.
  • Rides to Treatment – Provided by our own transportation specialists.
  • Peer Support – Offering you the support you need in the community you are in.

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Justin Moore announces brand new tour with a stop close to Dayton

Country artist Justin Moore’s “Hell on a Highway Tour” includes a spring show at Hobart Arena in Troy, the arena just announced.

The platinum-selling artist will hit over 40 cities across the United States. The Hobart show will be on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Dylan Scott will open the show.

Mark your calendars so you remember when to snag your tickets!

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Tickets will go on sale Friday, Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. and will be available at the Hobart Arena Box Office, charge by phone at 937-339-2911 and at www.hobartarena.com.

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"Hell On A Highway Tour" is Moore's fourth headlining tour, having just wrapped up his "American Made Tour" with Lee Brice back in April and will span seven months, taking the Arkansas native from coast to coast.

Most recently, Moore was one of the artists on the lineup for Country Concert ‘17 in July at Fort Loramie.

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