After nearly two full years of near total isolation from the country music entertainment world, it's so awesome to have these announcements rolling out every couple of weeks.

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In a press release from Live Nation Concerts, we just received word of yet another star country entertainer heading our way!

What's The Date For The Concert? Glad You Asked!

Lee Brice has announced that on September 23, he'll bring his "Label Me Proud Tour" to Brookshire Grocery Arena in Bossier City!

Brice is obviously pumped about being back on the road saying, "Man, it feels good to announce this tour! It’s been a while since we’ve all been back out on the road and to have my good buddies, Michael Ray and Jackson Dean, join me is a blessing."

Brice continued by saying, "Can’t wait to be back in all these places I’ve grown to love over the years with fans that are bar none the best ones out there!”

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With a total of nine #1 singles to his credit, Lee Brice has a little something for everyone!

From "I Drive Your Truck" all the way to "Memory I Don't Mess With" and "I Don't Dance" it's easy to see why he's become a household name winning ACM and CMA awards as well as songwriting awards from ASCAP, BMI and SESAC for his history making single "One Of Them Girls."

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Joining Brice for the Bossier City concert will be his good friend Michael Ray. Of course, we all know Ray's work which includes his #1 single "Whiskey and Rain."

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Also on tap for the night is newcomer, Jackson Dean!

Where And When Can You Get Tickets?

Public on-sale for the Label Me Proud Tour available Friday, April 1 at 10:00 am at ticketmaster.com

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