Friday, June 29, 2012

Scotty McCreery, Brad Paisley & The Band Perry will be performing in NY at the SPAC


Brad Paisley

Brad Paisley 
FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 7:30 PM
With Special Guest: Scotty McCreery & The Band Perry



Saratoga Performing Arts Center
"SPAC"
Exterior of SPAC
Address 108 Avenue of Pines, Saratoga Springs, New York, United States
Location Saratoga Springs, New York
Type Outdoor amphitheatre
Built 1964-1965
Opened July 9, 1966
Seating type reserved, lawn
Capacity 25,100
Website spac.org
The Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) is complex consisting of a large amphitheater and a smaller indoor theater in Saratoga Springs, New York. It is on the grounds of Saratoga Spa State Park. It presents summer performances of classical music, jazz, pop and rock, dance, opera, as well as a Wine & Food Festival. It opened on July 9, 1966, with a presentation of George Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream by the New York City Ballet 

The Center is the official summer home of the New York City Ballet and the Philadelphia Orchestra, both of which are in residence for two or three weeks during the summer.
SPAC also serves as the common grounds for high school graduations, particularly for Burnt Hills - Ballston Lake, Saratoga Springs, Shenendehowa, and Ballston Spa High Schools.
SPAC is the summer home of Live Nation in the Capital District.

21 comments:

  1. WOW!!! Since when did Scotty start being billed "before" The Band Perry. I am sure this was an oversite and Scotty is still the opener. 25,100 capacity....hope it "SELLS OUT"!

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    1. Well.... actually he wasn't before TBP, I just took the liberty of changing it around since this is a Scotty fan site! :) Sorry I got you all excited about it!

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  2. I am just hoping and praying that he gets there in time for the concert.

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    1. Ashley tweeted this about 5 hrs ago - Scotty should make it there in time!

      Ashley McCreery ‏@ashleymccreery2

      Good news:Found Auntie Anne's @ the DC airport. Great news:We'll make it to the concert:) (just 2 extra flights 4 me)

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  3. Why? Where is he coming from?

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    1. check out his tweet from late morning - he apparently missed his plane.

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    2. Thanks Donna for the update - so relieved to hear it worked out.

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    3. He didn´t miss the plane. They were 7 ppl who couldn´t get on the plane but luckily could get on another

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  4. I wish Scotty knows how "insanely" we care for him! I saw his tweet and whispered a prayer for him. Glad he won't miss the concert...Thanks Donna and all the awesome ladies of this site...Blessings!

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  5. I hope his team should give him a back up plan or not to take trips on the last hour. I am working with an airline. There's a lot of issues... mechanical trouble and weather issues. It is bad if he misses the last connecting flt to his destination. Sometimes pax can only get an evening flt the next day.

    I have been worried about him missing the flt. I hope he is given extra day in between shows that require air travel. And also what about the band ? Worried about their instruments....not being loaded and flown late.

    He is always in my prayers... i am a nervous wreck about histhe sched because i see the activity in the airline industry.

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    1. Me, too!..Was so relieved to see Ashley's tweet. Apparently United was late taking off from Raleigh, which started the whole nerve wracking experience!..I bet they won't "Fly United" again any time soon!
      Hope there will be vids fr NY tomorrow!

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  6. I can't begin to imagine how stressful this situation must be when you know that if you don't make the connections that there will be a lot of disappointed people. Scotty and Ashley showed their maturity by making simple comments that anyone would make in the same situation. I'm impressed that he didn't rant and rave on twitter like some more established entertiners have done.

    By the way can anyone tell my how to view WTT on CMT. I've tried to find it but no luck. I was disappointed that WTT didn't make CMT's top 20 countdown. Maybe next week. WTT is such a good song about family, friends, hard work, faith and keeping your word (a great July 4th song). I just dont' understand why it isn't more popular. I keep requesting and remain hopeful that it will gain radio play time.

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    1. They only aired it for a few days. I couldn't find it again either. But youtube has it.

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  7. Click on the name of the song next to the dot where you fill in to vote for the video. I tried that and it will play. Enjoy!

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    1. Is that Top 20 or 12 Pack?

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    2. PS..Found it--works on both! Thanks a bunch!

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  8. US Air, not United -- not that it makes much difference.

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    1. You're right!..Should have checked the tweet again before commenting!..(Is United even in business anymore?)..But it does seem to be a growing problem!..Heard about another bad one on "Cavuto" soon after Scotty's tweet!..

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  9. WTT was #1 on CMT Pure12 pack countdown ,only just started lets see how long we can keep it #1

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  10. We Mc Creerians have got to keep Scotty in our prayers, because the enemy is really messing with him. I read the scriptures that Scotty have tweeted, that is the way to go Scotty. He really must have a great blessing coming his way. God Bless U Scotty and family.

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  11. Maybe since Scotty is "saving his money" (still eating off dollar menu) that someday soon, he can afford to buy his own private jet. (Like the one they used when he flew to the award show and then back for graduation!!) Then he will NOT have to worry about airlines, connecting flights, etc. His pilot can just fly him directly to the city where he needs to be with NO STRESS!!!

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