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Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard concert at Florence Civic Center

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FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) – Willie Nelson and Family along with Merle Haggard will kick off their national tour, “Willie Nelson together in concert with Merle Haggard” at the Florence Civic Center, on October 15 at 8 p.m.

Marketing Coordinator for SMG Florence Civic Center, Kaylen Puckett said, “Willie and Merle are two of country music’s most iconic musicians, so we couldn’t be more thrilled to be the very first stop on their new tour. I’ll be the first to buy a tour t-shirt. I can’t wait to see Florence listed at the top.”

Puckett says tickets sales did well when Nelson performed at the Florence Civic Center in 2013.

“With Merle Haggard added to the lineup we’re expecting an even larger gathering given the magnitude of talent taking the stage,” Puckett said.

Tickets for the public go on sale, August 28 at 10:00 a.m. Reserved seating ticket prices are $30, $45 and $55, and can be purchased at the Florence Civic Center Box Office, ticketmaster.com, or via phone at (800) 745-3000. Additional concert details are available at florenceciviccenter.com.

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