Tickets for the June 7 concert in Fairpark are $10, and the line-up includes Cowboy Mouth, The Cadillac Three, Kirk Chism and the Lost Highway and an Elvis tribute artist.
Tickets for the June 8 concert in Fairpark are $20, and the line-up includes Montgomery Gentry, “American Idol” finalist and Brandon native Skylar Laine, Surviving Allison and an Elvis tribute artist.
Beginning today and lasting only through April 30, fans can purchase a $20 weekend pass that’s good for both the Friday and Saturday concerts.
Fans can buy tickets online at tupeloelvisfestival.com or at the Tupelo Downtown Main Street Association office.
Laine gained plenty of fans on “American Idol” last year, as the country star made it to the top 5.
Country duo Montgomery Gentry has scored plenty of hit singles, including “Where I Come From,” “Roll With Me,” “Back When I Knew It All” and “Something To Be Proud Of.”
New Orleans rock band Cowboy Mouth has a huge fan following thanks to their interactive live show. The band’s biggest hits include “Jenny Says,” “”Easy,” “Disconnected” and “Everybody Loves Jill.”