December 9, 2017 – Showtime: 6:00pm, Doors Open: 4:30pm
Tickets & Parking – Tickets: FREE – $63.00 Parking: $10
Suites – 12 Person: TBA; 24 Person: TBA View Suite Information
Seating – View Seating Chart
New Country 92.3’s JingleFest presented by Miller Lite returns on December 9th to The Family Arena in St. Charles, Missouri. Nashville’s hottest new country stars will play the 15th anniversary of the show, headlined by Old Dominion, with additional performances by LOCASH, Walker Hayes, Delta Rae and Brandon Lay.
With two CMA nominations, the release of their second album, and fresh off a nationwide tour with Thomas Rhett, Old Dominion headlines the 15th-anniversary show as one of Nashville’s hottest country acts in 2017. Donning four top 5 hits, including their breakout hit “Break Up With Him” and their current single “No Such Thing as a Broken Heart”, the band members of Old Dominion have an array of hits as songwriters, including songs for Kenny Chesney, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, and more!
Hot country duo LOCASH will play JingleFest this December with two number 1 singles under their belt in “I Love This Life” and “I Know Somebody”. Their current single “Ring on Every Finger” continues to climb the charts on the cusp of their nomination as Best Vocal Duo at this year’s CMA Awards.
Opening the show are rising stars Walker Hayes and Delta Rae, both of whom are expected to break through in Nashville’s music scene. Hayes’ debut single “You Broke Up With Me” continues to climb the charts and Delta Rae’s high-energy performances have been seen across the country at music festivals such as Tortuga Music Festival, Bonnaroo, and Lollapalooza.
This will be the first JingleFest appearance for all four acts.
With another jam-packed lineup for 2017, New Country 92.3 Program Director, Scott Roddy, has said, “From Taylor Swift to Sam Hunt, JingleFest has proven to be THE venue to introduce St. Louis new country followers to the fresh faces of country music! This year’s lineup, curated by Assistant Program and Music Director Danny Montana, continues this long-standing tradition.”
Started in 2003 as a free show to thank the New Country 92.3 listeners, part of the JingleFest tradition lies within the infamous ticket blasts, where listeners line up for hours to get a pair of general admission tickets to the show. Outside of a select number of reserved seats, the only way in is to win.