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Megaticket gets fans access to big country shows

| Friday, Jan. 24, 2014, 11:06 a.m.
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Country superstar Jason Aldean performs at the Boston Strong Concert: An Evening of Support and Celebration at the TD Garden on Thursday, May 30, 2013 in Boston.
Rascal Flatts

There will be no shortage of big country acts coming to the Pittsburgh area this spring and summer. And fans who want to see seven of the hottest acts can get one ticket now for shows at First Niagara Pavilion, PNC Park and Heinz Field.

The Baierl Truck Depot Country Megaticket will go on sale at 10 a.m. Jan. 31 and include the following shows:

• Brad Paisley, May 17, First Niagara Pavilion

• Tim McGraw, June 6, First Niagara

• Luke Bryan, with Dierks Bentley, June 21, Heinz Field

• Jason Aldean, with Florida George Line, July 26, PNC Park

• Toby Keith, Aug. 9, First Niagara

• Lady Antebellum, Aug. 23, First Niagara

• Rascal Flatts, with Sheryl Crow, Sept. 6, First Niagara

Prices range from $209 for lawn tickets at First Niagara, plus 300 level seats for Aldean and 500 level side seats for Bryan, to $799 for lower pavilion seats at First Niagara and field seats at PNC Park and Heinz Field. All tickets include parking at First Niagara.

Details: www.megaticket.com

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