Dierks Bentley Plans Memorial Day ‘Somewhere on a Beach Bash’
Dierks Bentley will celebrate Memorial Day 2016 in style -- and, appropriately, "somewhere on a beach." The singer has announced the Somewhere on a Beach Bash, set to take place in Panama City Beach, Fla.
On May 30, Bentley will take over PCB's Spinnaker Beach Bar for a special concert, kicking off the summer season and celebrating his new Black album.
“Memorial Day is the official kickoff to summer, and this will be a great way to celebrate the current single and the new album,” Bentley says in a press release. “We’ll pack as many people on the beach as we can ... probably need to start icing the beer down now!”
Tickets for the Somewhere on a Beach Bash are scheduled to go on sale on April 29 at 10AM CT. Bentley's fan club members and Citi cardholders have access to a special pre-sale, going on now. More information, including pricing and purchase details, is available on the event's official website.
Black, Bentley's eighth studio album, is set for release on May 27. In addition to "Somewhere on a Beach," fans have already been able to hear two more of its tracks: "I'll Be the Moon," featuring Maren Morris, and "What the Hell Did I Say." During an appearance at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in mid-March, Bentley also unveiled a song called “Freedom.”
On May 12, Bentley will begin his 2016 Somewhere on a Beach Tour. Randy Houser, Cam and Tucker Beathard are joining the country star as his special guests. More information can be found on Bentley's website.
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