US101 CountryFest books hometown star Kane Brown

RINGGOLD, Georgia (WDEF) – That new partnership to bring major concerts to northwest Georgia is paying off.

US101 Countryfest announces they have booked rising country star and Chattanooga native Kane Brown.

He will play at the Northwest Georgia Amphitheatre on September 2nd.

We told you that iHeartRadio and Friends of the Festival partnered with the Catoosa County Economic Development Authority to book the show.

Brown grew up in the Chattanooga area and actually sang in the same choir at LFO High School as Lauren Alaina.

In fact his latest single climbing the charts is the duet with his former choir-mate, “What If’s.”

The 23 year old Brown is currently on a summer tour opening for Jason Aldean.

And his debut album has just been released on vinyl.

Brown played on a side stage at Riverbend in 2016 but this could be his biggest home town concert yet.

Tickets for CountryFest go on sale this Friday at 10 AM at us101country.com for $20.

The Northwest Georgia Amphitheatre is located at 220 Catoosa Circle in Ringgold, Georgia adjacent to The Colonnade.

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