If you're one of them girls (or guys!) that love country superstar Lee Brice, then you're in luck: he's coming to Lubbock in early 2022.

Just announced today, Brice will be coming to the new Buddy Holly Hall on Friday, January 14th, 2022. We have the inside scoop to get you tickets before anyone else and all the information to make sure you're there.

While tickets go on sale Friday, October 22nd at 10 a.m., make sure you have our Lonestar 99.5 app with push notifications turned on because we'll be sending out a presale code on Thursday, October 21st so you can get an exclusive access to tickets before anyone else. The presale goes that day from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. We're also going to do an app contest ahead of the presale and pick several lucky listeners who'll each win a pair of tickets before they even go on sale.

All you have to do is have the Lonestar 99.5 app and be listening and you could be jamming out to Lee Brice in just a few months.

The concert announcement comes right after the exciting news on October 13th that Brice has earned his ninth consecutive no. 1 with his latest single, "Memory I Don’t Mess With." This song is also in the top spot on both Billboard and Media Base charts. This follows up right after Brice’s three prior no. 1s: "One of Them Girls," "I Hope You’re Happy Now" with Carly Pearce, and "Rumor."

Personally, I'm hoping I can be there right along with y'all singing my heart out because the last time he was in Lubbock was back in 2014 before he had a lot of his new top hits.

While I haven't seen Lee Brice live in Lubbock yet, I did get to interview him when I worked at KLBK. Obviously we have to add the video so you can see it:


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