Sugarland to Play Greek Theatre May 22nd!

Sugarland is one of the hottest music duo’s on the country music scene. Founded by singer Kristian Bush in 2002 with Kristen Hall, Jennifer Nettles made Sugarland a trio when she joined the group in 2003. It wasn’t long before Kristen Hall left the group citing she was feeling pressured by money and image, thus reverting Sugarland back to a duo.

Since their official debut in 2003, Sugarland has released six albums and five No. 1 Country Singles. They quickly made a name for themselves as one of the hottest Country acts around. Sugarland has been nominated for sixty-five major music awards and has won eighteen of them, including two Grammy Awards. Sugarland has performed on six tours as an opening act and have headlined five of their own tours. Their big tour of 2011, The Incredible Machine, ran from March 3, 2011 until October 22, 2011.

Sugarland is currently embarking on their newest tour on April 5, 2012. Sugarland will be performing relentlessly August 18, 2012. One of their hottest Los Angeles stops will be May 22nd at the Greek Theatre. Other big California stops include the Santa Barbara Bowl on May 27th, the Shoreline Amphitheatre on June 1st, and the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA.

The May 22nd Greek Theatre Sugarland tickets are already almost sold out. With only 5,700 seats and such a popular group taking stage, the Greek Theatre is a popular summer spot because it sits outdoors nestled under the stars in the Los Angeles hills. Now you can order your Sugarland Greek Theatre tickets through Barry’s Tickets. With updates, news, concert info, Sugarland Tickets, Greek Theatre seating, directions, and more, there is a reason Barry’s Tickets has been a leading broker in Los Angeles for over twenty-five years!

About Chris Cabrera

Avid lover of Popcorn and on his off time he is the CDO of Barry's Ticket Service. Buddhist by day and Buddhist by night, follower of the Chaos Theory.

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