Monday, February 8, 2016

Blake Shelton to play free beach concert this summer in Atlantic City

Country music star and The Voice judge Blake Shelton will play a free concert on the free beach in Atlantic City, NJ on Thursday, July 31st.

Blake Shelton to play free beach concert this summer in Atlantic City

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Country music star and frequently victorious leader of The Voice, Blake Shelton will play a free concert on the free beach in Atlantic City, NJ on Thursday, July 31st.  

The concert is jointly presented by the Atlantic City Alliance and DO AC as a part of their “DO AC” campaign centered around entertainment on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Live Nation is producing the show. Jimmy Buffet headlined this free concert last summer on the free beach in front of the newly opened Margaritaville at Resorts.  Over 50,000 concertgoers attended.

Shelton has won the Country Music Award for “Male Vocalist of the year” for the last four years. He also holds the record for most consecutive No. 1’s on the country airplay charts for “Doin’ What She Likes.” Shelton has been married to country singer Miranda Lambert since 2011.

If you aren’t able to make it his free show on the free beach in A.C., catch him on his “Ten Times Crazier” tour this summer.

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