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Texas Country Legend

Jul 01, 2015 10:05AM ● Published by Dia

There’s country music, and then there’s Red Dirt music. It’s a distinctive sound that can only be created when your roots were built in a place founded on red dirt, from Oklahoma down to Texas. It’s natural. It’s raw. And Pat Green has built a career on proving it’s real. Born in San Antonio, Green began his story as one of Texas’ most popular country stars while he was a young college student at Texas Tech University, eventually selling more than 250,000 albums before even signing with a major recording label. Today he’s known for spectacular live shows and being an all around fun time, allowing Dallas to experience his personality and country charm anytime they please at his restaurant The Rustic, which he frequents regularly. Throughout his success, which includes 15 singles charting as Billboard Hot Country Songs, Green has never forgotten the fans who got him there — and we’ve never forgotten his dedication to us. 

Come celebrate summer with the one and only Pat Green, following the thoroughbred races at Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie. Show up early for $5 admission before 8 p.m., or come by after the sun sets for a $20 show. Either way it’s a great deal — and an opportunity to see a Texas legend join fans young and old as they sway and sing along to two decades of hits including “Let Me,” “Wave on Wave,” “Three Days” and many more. Isn’t this what summer in Texas is all about? We certainly think so.


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