KSCS Country Fest is celebrating its fourth year of festival entertainment in Dallas when they host Cole Swindell on Oct. 18. The festival takes place at the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie and tickets go on sale on June 7.
Last year, Chris Young and Kane Brown headlined the third annual KSCS Country Fest along with Tucker Beathard. This followed The Band Perry headlining in the second year and Lee Brise, Tyler Farr and Dan + Shay as the biggest names in the first year of the DFW festival.
KSCS, 96.3 in Dallas, said they will announce more artists to perform alongside Swindell at a later date. This concert is great timing as well because it is two months after Swindell releases his long-anticipated third album, All of It, which is set to go on sale on Aug. 17. His last album, You Should Be Here, was released in 1016 and ended up certified gold.
Tickets for the KSCS Country Fest '18 go on sale on AXS on June 7 (buy tickets here). Prices for the country music festival at the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie start off at a low $9.63 and go up to $56.75 for premium seating. A portion of the admission will benefit Cook Children's in Fort Worth, a non-profit pediatric hospital.