Mark Chesnutt At Event Center Nov. 17

Rim Country Rotary will bring country star to Payson

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The Rim Country Rotary Club will bring country star Mark Chesnutt to perform at the Payson Event Center on Saturday, Nov. 17. Gates open at 5 p.m.

Tickets are $40 general admission, $60 floor seating (on the rodeo grounds) and $100 for VIP seating (which includes admission to an autograph party following the concert).

There will also be a live feed from the concert to the Ox Bow Saloon with admission of $10 (restricted to those 21 and older). Seating in limited. Advanced tickets may be bought at the Ox Bow, Fargo's Steak House, Buffalo Bar and Grill and Century 21 Metro Alliance or through ticketalternative.com or call (877) 725-8849. If there are any tickets available the night of the concert, they will be sold at the gate, starting at noon.

Local artist Brandon Shepard and Redneck Revolution will open for the country star.

Advance ticket sales for the Chesnutt concert will be available Thursday, Nov. 15 and Friday, Nov. 16 at Buffalo Bar and Grill. A drawing will be held both nights for two tickets to a meet-and-greet with the country star after the concert. Winners must be present to win. The Victory motorcycle will be on display at the two-night event at the Buffalo Bar and Grill.

Chesnutt hails from Beaumont, Texas and signed with MCA Nashville in 1989. However, his first love is performing live on stage.

Concert ticket holders will have a chance to win a new Victory motorcycle, valued at $20,000, said Hallie Jackman, president of the Rim Country Rotary. There will also be refreshments available for sale at the concert.

Advance ticket sales for the Chesnutt concert will be available Thursday, Nov. 15 and Friday, Nov. 16 at Buffalo Bar and Grill. A drawing will be held both nights for two tickets to a meet-and-greet with the country star after the concert. Winners must be present to win. The Victory motorcycle will be on display at the two-night event at the Buffalo Bar and Grill.

"We will be giving 25 percent of the proceeds to the Rim Country Rotary Club," Jackman said.

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