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#AmpedinAndover with Terri Clark and Little Texas – Andover Summer Concert Series

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Terri ClarkWoot! We have another amazing summer concert to look forward to at the brand new CapFed Amphitheater in Andover’s Central Park.


Country superstars Terri Clark and Little Texas will perform at the Amphitheater on July 21, 2018! Tickets start at just $10 for general admission on the lawn.

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About the Concert

Terri Clark has “Better Things to Do” than crying over her ex, like mowing the yard the second day in a row or watching daytime television. She’s also kept herself busy winning the Canadian Country Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year eight times, making Gold through Triple-Platinum albums, being the only Canadian female member of the Grand Ol’ Opry, and touring the country headlining concerts like this one!

Here are just a few of Terri’s songs you’ll know:

  • Poor, Poor Pitiful Me
  • Girls Lie Too
  • Better Things to Do
  • You’re Easy on the Eyes
  • I Just Wanna Be Mad
  • Emotional Girl

Find out more about Terri Clark.

Little Texas
“God Blessed Texas” big time with these guys. Grammy-nominated, multi-Platinum Little Texas got its start in the early 90s and since that time have recorded big hits like “My Love,” “What Might Have Been,” “Amy’s Back in Austin” and lots of others. Their latest album is Young for a Long Time. Visit LittleTexasOnline.com to find out more about what the band is up to and to listen to more of their songs.

Terri Clark Little Texas at CapFed Amphitheater

Ticket Information

Tickets for this concert in the park are on sale now at the Capitol Federal Amphitheater website.

You have several ticket options to choose from:

Lawn Seating: Just $10, seats on the lawn are the most economical way to go to the concert. This area is away from the stage just a bit but it’s closer to the food court and playground, and still has a great view of the stage! 🙂 Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets for seating on the lawn.

Bowl Seating: $20, bowl seating gets you closer to the stage. The bowl has two sections, a hilly area toward the back that’s best for blankets, and a section up front for your lawn chairs (which you’ll need to bring). We arrived early and sat up front in the bowl section and our seats were awesome!

*Kids five and younger will get in free for lawn or bowl seating, so this is going to be a great summer family event!

Premium Seating: $40 gets you RIGHT up front for the concert, and you don’t even have to bring your own chair. The cushy premium lawn chairs are already set up for you. Because this is reserved seating, everyone – including children under 5 – will need a ticket to sit here.

VIP Seating: $100 includes VIP parking for every two tickets purchased (a nice plus), a catered meal from a local restaurant, air-conditioned bathrooms, access to a dedicated alcohol sales location (no long line), and seats on the patio at the Lodge. Oh, plus a VIP lanyard! Again, everyone who’s sitting in the VIP section will need a ticket, no matter what their age.

For those of us who don’t opt for the a/c and catered meal, there’s a food court with beer tents and portable restrooms. No outside food or drink is allowed, with the exception of one sealed 1-liter water bottle.

Gates open at 5 p.m. so we can stake out our spots, buy our food, and enjoy dinner on the lawn with friends and family while waiting for the show to start at 7 p.m.

These concerts in the park are such a great, affordable way to have fun this summer. Bring your phone to snap pics to share and use the hashtag #AmpedinAndover!

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Get your tickets now at www.CapitolFederalAmphitheater.com

More Andover Concerts in the Park this summer:

Clay Walker and John Anderson

Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Quinn Sullivan

Terri Clark and Little Texas (that’s this one!)

Plain White Ts and Vertical Horizon

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