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George Strait to Mark 25th Anniversary of ‘Pure Country’ with Special Concerts

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Country superstar George Strait will celebrate the 25th anniversary of his hit film Pure Country with two very special shows this September.

Strait’s previously scheduled shows at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena on Sept. 1-2 will spotlight the 1992 film’s soundtrack. Although details are limited, fans will likely get to hear an array of cuts from the album, like the No. 1 hits “Heartland” and “I Cross My Heart.” Strait will also share the stories behind some of the record’s most beloved tracks.

A limited amount of tickets for the two shows are still available. But if you can’t make it out to Vegas, there are a few other ways you can celebrate the film’s silver anniversary. The Pure Country soundtrack will be also be released on limited edition vinyl on Sept. 15, marking the anniversary of the film’s release.

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If you didn’t get to see Pure Country on the big screen, you’ll soon have your chance. The film will be rereleased to Alamo Drafthouse locations across the country for a limited run this August. You can find the nearest Alamo Drafthouse theater near you here.

 

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