Concerts are back and the Wolf wants to make sure you know about them all. We don't want you to miss any of your favorite country artists live in concert.

We have put together a list of shows that we have been talking about on the Wolf.  The hope is that you will be able to to get all the shows you want this year. Obviously, you can buy tickets to these shows but we also want you to keep listening and checking the Wolf App for your chance to win tickets to see your favorite country artists in concert all over New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and Massachusetts.

Here is the line up we have so far - check back for updates regularly.

Sept 18th - Jeff Dunham: Seriously!? - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Bethel - Showtime 7PM - Tickets on Sale Now.

Sept 23rd - Chris Stapleton - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Bethel, New York - Showtime 7 PM with Margo Price and Kendell Marvel - Tickets on sale now.

Oct 2nd - Chris Janson and Ian Flanigan - Hudson Valley Rodeo in Amenia New York at Keane Stud - Tickets on sale now.

Oct 8th - CANCELLED Florida Georgia Line - Xfinity Theatre Hartford  Connecticut - with Russell Dickerson, Lauren Alaina and Redferrin.

Oct 9th - CANCELLED Garth Brooks - Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Massachusetts - CANCELLED - TICKETS ARE BEING REFUNDED 

Oct 22nd - Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real - Capitol Theatre Port Chester, New York - Showtime 7PM - Tickets now on sale

Oct 30th - Old Dominion - Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, Connecticut - 8 PM tickets on sale now

Nov 4 - Brett Eldredge - Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, Connecticut - Showtime 7:30 PM tickets now on sale

Nov 12 - Brett Young - Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, Connecticut - Showtime 8 PM Tickets on sale now.

Dec 4 - Eric Church - USB Arena Belmont Park, New York - Showtime 8 PM - Tickets on sale now.

Jan 15th 2022Chris Lane - Dome at Oakdale Wallingford, Connecticut - Showtime 8 pm - Tickets on sale now.

May 20, 2022 - Eric Church - Madison Square Garden New York, New York - Showtime 8 PM - Tickets on sale now. 

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