Saturday, October 26, 2013

Scotty McCreery to perform at Jingle Jam 2013 at Utz Arena on December 22nd



Jingle Bell Jam

AT THE UTZ ARENA – DEC. 22, 2013
York, PA (Oct. 25) – York Expo Center and “Great Country” Radio, WGTY 107.7 are pleased to announce the Sunday, December 22nd Concert -  Scotty McCreery with special guests Kristy Lee Cook and Kayla KrohShow time is 6:00 pm in the Utz Arena.

Tickets go on sale Saturday, Nov. 9 at 9:00 am at the York Fair Box Office on Carlisle Avenue, by phone at (717) 848-2033 and online at

Tickets are $15.  All seats are reserved.  There is a processing fee for phone and internet orders.

Ticket holders who bring a non-perishable food item will receive a coupon for a free small boat of French fries courtesy of Bricker’s, redeemable the night of the Concert.  The non-perishable food will be donated to the York Rescue Mission. 

Scotty McCreery performs NOW on the Jay Leno Show

Credit to:  mjsbigblog The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - Season 22 
Amazed at the sound that came out of this babyfaced singer.

2night My summer vacation, Syria, and one of my favorite Idols rocks it out country style.

Videos of Scotty McCreery's NC State Fair Concert 10/22/13 & CD Release Party

Credit to:Tanya West                      Scotty talking to QDR DJ at the CD Release Party                                  Credit to: Idolizer24 - This is from the concert on 10/21

Scotty McCreery will be in Troy, Ohio at the Hobart Arena tonight

Hobart Arena

The Hobart Arena is a 3,782-seat multi-purpose arena in Troy, Ohio. It officially opened with 10 sold out performances of Holiday on Ice in September 1950. The Hobart Arena was the first Ohio venue for Elvis Presley on November 24, 1956. The 1950s also saw performances by Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Nat King Cole, Tex Ritter, Sonja Henie, Victor Borge, Liberace, Guy Lombardo, and Patti Page.

Hobart Arena was the home of the Troy Bruins of the IHL from 1951 through 1959 and the Troy (later Miami Valley) Sabres of the All-American Hockey League[1] from 1982 until the AAHL folded in 1989.

As a concert venue the arena can seat up to 5,282. When used for ice hockey, Hobart Arena has a sellout capacity of 4,500.[1] When used for trade shows the arena can accommodate 15,725 square feet (1,460.9 m2) of space. The arena contains four permanent concession stands, four dressing rooms and a referee's room, seven box-office windows, and a ceiling height of only 34 feet (10 m).

It was the home to the Miami Valley Silverbacks of the Continental Indoor Football League.

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