The first-ever Buckeye Country Superfest, featuring the biggest stars in country music, is set for June 20 & 21, 2015 in Columbus, Ohio! Ohio Stadium – The Ohio State University’s legendary “Horseshoe”– will play host to two jam-packed days and nights of country music and Fan Fest fun.
Quint Davis, producer of the Buckeye Country Superfest and CEO of Festival Productions, Inc. – New Orleans said, “We were looking for the most hallowed of venues in America’s heartland to start a new annual Country Superfest and historic Ohio Stadium is perfect. The 2015 Buckeye Country Superfest will transform The Shoe into a full-on concert extravaganza with thousands of seats right on the field.” Davis added, “We’ve booked a massive lineup for the Superfest befitting a venue with the size and tradition of Ohio Stadium.”
Xen Riggs, Associate VP for The Ohio State University added, “We’re excited to partner with Festival Productions on this annual two-day Festival that will showcase Ohio Stadium — one of the most iconic sports venues in the country. We’re thrilled to host a stadium show for the first time in over a decade.”
The complete talent lineup along with ticket information and other details surrounding this mega-event will be announced at a press conference on October 7. Tickets go on sale to the public Tuesday, October 14. Country music fans interested in securing tickets before they are available to the general public through a special pre-sale opportunity should visit www.BuckeyeCountrySuperfest.com, join the Buckeye Country Superfest social community, and sign up for the Festival’s email list.
Mr. Davis and his team have also led the establishment and ongoing production of the Bayou Country Superfest at LSU’s Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, La., and the Florida Country Superfest in Jacksonville, Fla., both of which provide an annual economic impact for their respective states of approximately $30 million and draw visitors from all across the country.
About Buckeye Country Superfest Organizers
Festival Productions, Inc. – New Orleans (FPI-NO), a Louisiana-based company, has produced a myriad of events over the last four decades, from two Presidential inaugural public events on the National Mall to various productions with the NBA and the NFL, including the 2013 Super Bowl Boulevard event. FPI-NO, in partnership with AEG Live, produces major events around the country, including the world-famous New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell, which annually draws hundreds of thousands of fans.