Hitmaker Dustin Lynch is coming back to North Dakota.

Dustin Lynch has released 6 albums, 1 EP, and 17 singles, of which 8 of those singles have gone to #1.

He has won major awards including an Academy of Country Music Award "Top New Artist of the Year back in 2014.  In 2018 he won a CMT Music Award "Male Video of the Year", and a couple of BMI awards in 2020.

Dustin Lynch has topped the charts with "Where It's At", "Mind Reader", "Hell of a Night", "Small Town Boy", "Seeing Red", "Good Girl", "Ridin' Roads", and "Thinking 'Bout You".

Now, Dustin Lynch will be bringing those number-one smashes to the Pavilion at Prairie Knights Casino.

He will be performing on Thursday, August 29th.  The show will start at 7:30 pm.


Dustin Lynch was last in the area last July when he performed in Dickinson, North Dakota.  Now, he will be a short drive from Bismarck Mandan as he plays The Pavilion at Prairie Knights Casino and Resort.

Tickets go on sale starting this Thursday, April 11th.  Ticket prices are $69, $79, and $99.

Dustin Lynch says his influences include superstars from the Class of 89' including Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, and Clint Black, who all had their first national success in country music back in 1989.

Dustin Lynch was born and raised in Tullahoma, Tennessee.

As always, keep listening to Bismarck Mandan's Country Concert leader US103-3 to win your tickets.  Nobody has more local winners, NOBODY!

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