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George Strait is Returning to Las Vegas Next Year

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Country superstar George Strait is continuing his Strait to Vegas concert series next year. He’ll return to Las Vegas for two more performances on Feb. 2-3 at T-Mobile Arena.

The beloved artist began his ongoing residency over two years ago, drawing record crowds. These two new dates will feature fellow Texas legends Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen as opening acts.

Fans across the globe have been traveling to see Strait, who officially retired from touring in 2014. But it looks like the 65-year-old is ready to hit the road again, albeit in a smaller scale. He’s scheduled a show at Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas and two performances at BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla. next June.

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If you’re thinking about heading to Vegas, you’ll want to snag your tickets fast. The VIP pre-sale for his February dates is on sale now. Those packages include a backstage tour led by a George Strait crew member and special seating. General admission tickets will be available on Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. PST. You can find more information on ticketing here.

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George Strait is Returning to Las Vegas Next Year