Brown County Music Center Announces Grand Opening

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Historic Brown County Indiana has announced the grand opening of the Brown County Music Center. The center has entered into a partnership with Live Nation to assist with programming the venue and also with Ticketmaster to handle the ticketing.

The 2000-seat venue will program local and regional acts as well. 
 
So far, the center has announced the following shows:

  • Vince Gill – August 24
  • Tesla – September 7
  • Clint Black – September 20
  • Home Free –  October 6
  • George Thorogood & The Destroyers – October 13 
  • Peppa Pig Live! – October 16
  • Here Come The Mummies – October 26
  • Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox – December 12

The new venue says it will offer an intimate experience for each show, with the farthest seat from the stage will only be 106 feet away. 
 
“This is an incredibly exciting time for Brown County and you can feel the anticipation growing as we get closer and closer to opening day. We’ve all put an incredible amount of time and effort into this place to make sure that it is nothing short of amazing for all who attend, including the artists. We hope people are able to take in all the beauty of the venue, the nature around it and the love and care of the people in this community when they visit us.” Dana Beth Evans, the director of events for the new venue said in a news release. 
 
The venue will host its grand opening event on August 24 with a concert by country artist Vince Gill and will announce list more national acts scheduled to perform at the new venue.

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