There are few things that go together better than country music and college football. Cole Swindell, Brothers Osborne, Tim McGraw and LOCASH are among the country acts set to perform special concerts during this year’s college football playoffs.
The four artists will be all over the map on for their performances, but they’re all sure to impress. First and foremost, Swindell is heading down to Orlando to perform at halftime at this year’s Citrus Bowl.
A massive Georgia Southern fan, Swindell will have to pick between the University of Louisville and Louisiana State in that matchup. At any rate, I doubt Georgia Southern being out of a bowl game will affect Swindell’s stellar stage show.
Brothers Osborne are also heading down to Florida on Dec. 31. They’ll be performing after the Taxslayer Bowl for the New Years Eve Bowl Bash. Other artists playing the event include Brett Young, Maggie Rose and Jordan Davis.
Tim McGraw will also be the headline entertainment for the Belk Bowl Fanfest in Charlotte, N.C. on Dec. 29. He’ll be performing at the BB&T Ballpark prior to the matchup between University of Arkansas and Virginia Tech.
LOCASH are sticking around Nashville to perform a show following the Music City Bowl matchup of Nebraska and Tennessee. Their free concert will take place on Lower Broadway in downtown Music City.
Needless to say, there’s going to be plenty of opportunities for good football and even better live music this week.