FORT HALL, IDAHO – The Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel is excited to announce that Dustin Lynch will perform live on stage at our outdoor concert venue on Saturday, July 8, 2023.
Dustin Lynch has “built one of the most consistent recording careers in modern country music” (Billboard), achieving eight #1s, four Top 5 albums, ten gold, and platinum-certified singles, and tallying over 4.04 billion global on-demand streams. Recently releasing slow burner “Wood On The Fire” and wrapping the expanded Party Mode Tour, Lynch’s fifth studio album, Blue in the Sky, features platinum, six-week #1 “Thinking ‘Bout You (feat. MacKenzie Porter),” Top 15 neon-buzzed single “Party Mode,” and “Fish In The Sea.” “Dustin Lynch’s new music will have you embracing the Party 24/7,” hails E! News, as the good time follow-up to Tullahoma – which delivered consecutive platinum chart-toppers: “Ridin’ Roads” and “Good Girl,” in addition to gold, Top 5 hit “Momma’s House.” Since his platinum “Cowboys and Angels” breakout in 2012, Lynch headlined packed venues and toured with Country’s biggest names like Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Brad Paisley, and Kane Brown this spring. Likewise, the Tennessee native has earned industry recognition as a Grand Ole Opry member and high-profile nominations for the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, iHeartRadio Music Awards, and CMT Music Awards.
All Dustin Lynch concert tickets will go on sale Friday, March 31, at 10 a.m. All event tickets and information can be found at shobangaming.com.
About Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel
Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel is home to an 85 thousand-square-foot gaming operation, 156 hotel rooms, the largest ballroom in the region at 15 thousand square feet, full-service Cedar Spa, six food and beverage outlets, and High Stakes Bingo Hall.
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes owns and operates three gaming properties, including the Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel, Sage Hill Casino and Travel Center, and Bannock Peak Casino and Truck Stop. The Economic Growth Plan continues to evolve for the health and benefit of the Tribal membership and the Eastern Idaho Region.