June 30 - 7, 2018

Old Dominion with Special Guest Aubrie Sellers

Check Out Old Dominion's New Single!

No Such Thing as a Broken Heart

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Reserved: $45

General Admission: $30

The Deck Presented by Wild Turkey Bourbon Package (includes General Admission Ticket, access to The Deck, dinner and two beverages) limited quantity: $100

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About The Deck: 

Guests will be able to lounge on The Deck while enjoying two complementary adult beverages and listening to the sounds from the Bay Side Music Stage. Relish in a full buffet style meal themed around that night’s entertainment.  Never leave your seat, as our volunteers will be around to check on you while you enjoy the National Cherry Festival’s Entertainment on the Pepsi Bay Side Music Stage presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. 

 

Congratulations Old Dominion!

Old Dominion is nominated for an American Country Music Award.  Tune in on Sunday April 2nd to see if they win Vocal Group of the Year!

Click here to see a full list of Nominees!

About Old Dominion

Proving that they are not your average country band, Old Dominion blends old-fashioned country charm, lyrical wit and rock n’ roll grit into radio-friendly, hook-heavy pop nuggets. Old Dominion has emerged as one of the hottest breaking bands in country music, fusing clever lyrics and an infectious sound. The band released their first full length album Meat and Candy, which was recently named RIAA-certified GOLD and called “deceptively smart, occasionally cheeky, stellar debut,” by Entertainment Weekly. Old Dominion released their PLATINUM two-week No.1 “Break Up With Him” and RIAA-certified GOLD hit “Snapback” prior to their third single “Song For Another Time,” which hit No. 1 on Billboard and MediaBase on Dec. 12, 2016. They spent their summer on Kenny Chesney’s Spread The Love Tour and just wrapped their headlining Meat and Candy Fall Tour in December 2016. Fifteen of the dates were tapped as Stagecoach Spotlight: Old Dominion Meat and Candy Tour; the first-ever tour produced by the award-winning Stagecoach Music Festival. This spring, Old Dominion will join Miranda Lambert on her Highway Vagabond Tour. In 2016, the band was named ACM New Group of the Year, ACCA Breakthrough Group of the Year, AIMP Songwriter Artist of the Year and Music Row Breakthrough Artist of the Year. Old Dominion consists of lead singer Matthew Ramsey, lead guitarist Brad Tursi, multi-instrumentalist Trevor Rosen, bassist Geoff Sprung and drummer Whit Sellers.

  

About Aubrie Sellers

“I Prefer To Create Friction,” Post-Country Chanteuse Aubrie Sellers Offers. “Because If You’re Not Pushing Buttons, You’re Just Making Something Pleasant, It’s Probably Been Done Before... And It’s Not Making Anyone Feel Anything.”

In This World Of Pretty Little Girls Who Are Seen And Not Heard And Reality Stars Who Are Famous For Nothing, The 24 Year Old Songwriter Ain’t Buying In. Laughing, She Continues, “I’d Rather My Music Be Polarizing Than Everyone Like It, Because They Rarely Do. I Think Passion Is A Lot Deeper Than That. I Want To Go Deeper, And Be Honest That Life Isn’t Just Some Party And Going Out. I Mean, Don’t People Feel Anything?”

Not That New City Blues Is Some Kind Of Morbid, Maudlin Affair. From The Cutlery In The Blender Indictment Of Surface Beauty “Paper Doll” To The Lone Star Drive Of “Just To Be With You” And The Tumbledown Melody Of “Sit Here And Cry,” This Is A High Energy Box Cutter Of Emotion: 14 Songs Marked By The Bite And Punch Of Smart Girls Who Know There’s More To Life Than A Cold Beer And Cut-Offs.

“I Tell People There’s Not A Lot Of Happy Songs,” The Texas/Nashville Hybrid Cautions. “But They’re Not Unhappy Songs, Either. It’s Life... The Way It Is, And What’s Wrong With That?” There’s A Definite Viscerality To New City Blues. From The Yearning Title Track To The Slow-Building “Loveless Rolling Stone,” The Sense Of Displacement Marking So Many Young People Uncertain About The Future Tempers The Pools Of Guitar Lines, The Way Her Voice Has Just The Slightest Ache When She Finds A Note’s Center.

“My Influences Are All Over The Place: The Kinks, Screaming Jay Hawkins, Buddy And Julie Miller, Creedence, Even Ricky Skaggs. Patty Griffin, Neil Young And Bob Dylan, Some Acoustic Things. Led Zeppelin Is My Biggest Rock Influence – And That Goes Right Straight, For Me, To Ralph Stanley. That Raw Bluegrass, The Banjo, That’s The Same Energy And Intensity You Get In Punk.

It’s All Music That’s Driven, That’s Haunted, That Cuts And Moves.”