Set for Saturday, April 10 at 8 p.m. CT, the show will take place at the city’s Sioux Falls Arena, and it’s all about gratitude for a year of service. The free concert aims to be a much-needed night of fun for those shouldering some of the greatest burdens through the COVID-19 pandemic — our essential workers. And with that in mind, no one will have to pay.
Tickets will be given out to frontline workers from all over the Sioux Falls area, available beginning Friday, March 12 at 10 a.m. through a unique passcode on Ticketmaster.com. Healthcare workers, law enforcement and all frontline workers will receive an email via their employers to participate on downloading free tickets, and if a frontline worker you know hasn’t haven’t the email by March 18, registration is open on the venue web site (bit.ly/3sDfPOJ-JustinMoore) to request an email invite to download tickets. The event is being sponsored by Pepper Entertainment and Big Country 92.5 (KTWB).
“I’m extremely proud that BIG Country 92.5 is able to support such an amazing free concert event to honor those, who from the beginning, have put others before themselves in their commitment to caring for members of our community,” says Tom Gjerdrum, Operations Manager at Midwest Communications.
“Pepper Entertainment is excited to produce this event for community frontline workers in and around Sioux Falls.” added Jered Johnson, Pepper‘s CEO and President.
Also featured at the event will be up and comer Lainey Wilson, who recently appeared on an episode of The Justin Moore Podcast. His latest release was the 2020 track, “We Didn’t Have Much,” and Lawrence is currently gearing up for the release of new album titled Hindsight 2020: Vol. 1. It arrives on April 23, and the ’90s hit maker has already dropped “Struggle Struggle” and “Stairway to Heaven Highway to Hell.”