It feels like there is a new concert being announced every week, which is always exciting! Now there is another Sioux Falls concert to add to your list this year.

Last year, our friends at Sanford International started a new tradition by kicking off the annual PGA Tour Champions golf tournament with a concert. Who is coming to the Sioux Empire this year? The officials with the Sanford International just made the exciting concert announcement on Monday morning.

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Country singer and songwriter Jake Owen will be performing at the Sanford Pentagon on Friday, September 15th. This show is sure to be a "hole-in-one!"

In a post on its Facebook page, the Sanford International will also welcome Jocko Deal to open the show for Jake Owen. Plus, golf Legend John Daly will join his friend Jocko Deal on stage. Apparently, John Daly has released three studio albums. His nickname off the golf course is “The Human Jukebox.” Who knew?! 

The award-winning country singer has been known for numerous songs like "Barefoot Blue Jean Night," "Anywhere With You," "Beachin'," "Made For You," "Alone With You," and "Something About a Woman." Jake Owen is also known to be a pretty good golfer himself. So it makes sense that the Sanford International is welcoming him to this epic golfing event in Sioux Falls.

Tickets for this show will go on sale this Friday, April 28th at 8:30 AM. Here are all the details on ticket information:

  • Concert General Admission + Friday Grounds Access at Sanford International = $65
  • Concert VIP + Friday Grounds Access at Sanford International = $275
  • Concert VIP + Friday PREMIER Club Access at Sanford International = $525 ($50 savings)

We can't wait to watch world-class golf and see Jake Owen perform at the Sanford Pentagon on Friday, September 15th! The Sanford International will be here before you know it!

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