Scotty McCreery will perform on Sept. 8 at Ohio University’s Memorial Auditorium. Tickets go public July 6. (

Scotty McCreery Sept. 8 Tickets Go Public July 6

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On July 5-6 tickets for the September 8 Scotty McCreery and Jana Kramer concert at Ohio University’s Memorial Auditorium will officially go on sale. Tickets are $55 for the first 10 rows, $25 for the remainder of the floor and $25 for balcony seats.

Tickets must be purchased directly through the Memorial Auditorium ticket office either by phone or in person. Those with concert connection memberships will be able to purchase tickets starting July 5, and the ticket sales will go public on July 6. Online tickets will be available at

Scotty McCreery burst onto the national music scene in 2011 at age 17 (winning Season Ten of “American Idol”), quickly establishing himself as one of country music’s hottest new stars. Now in his early twenties, the talented singer/songwriter has album sales approaching 3 million, and received both Platinum and Gold album certifications, debuted three consecutive albums at number one on a Billboard chart, and achieved one Gold and three Platinum-certified singles as well as two Top Ten hits. And with the release of his first book, Go Big or Go Home: The Journey Toward the Dream in 2016, he can also add add the title of author to his resume.

His deep voice and irresistible sound create a perfect blend of contemporary and traditional country. With more than 400 live shows under his belt across the U.S., Canada, the Philippines and the Caribbean, McCreery has quickly become a crowd favorite appealing to all ages. His loyal fans – the McCreerians – are among the most dedicated and enthusiastic in the country music world.

Just ask Jana Kramer and she’ll tell you she’s “Just getting started.” And it’s that drive and love for music that has been the driving force behind her career. After all, in just a little over three years, she has become one of country music’s brightest new stars. Her platinum debut single, “Why Ya Wanna,” rocketed to No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in 2012 making her the most played new artist of that year. Her self-titled debut album hit No. 5. In 2013, the Academy of Country Music honored her with its Top New Female Artist Award, and this year she’s up for her first Female Vocalist of the Year award. That’s a lot to have accomplished in just a little time. Her newest hit single “I Got the Boy” was one of Rolling Stone’s Top 10 country songs of 2015.