Free Ben Rector Concert @ Must Stay Weekend, Norman [18 November]

Free Ben Rector Concert

19:30 - 21:30

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Must Stay Weekend
900 Asp Ave, Norman, Oklahoma 73019
Entry into the event is a first come, first serve basis and will be limited to the first 3,500 attendees.

Must Stay Weekend will be hosting a FREE CONCERT featuring BEN RECTOR (Brand New, I Like You, and When A Heart Breaks) and Ivory Layne (Something's Gonna Happen and Shake My Head) on November 18th at 7:30pm in McCasland Fieldhouse.

Be sure to follow Must Stay Weekend (@muststayweekend) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date with more details, and be notified on how to win VIP passes next week.

If you are interested in volunteering to help with promotion of the concert and/or day of set-up, please fill out this interest form:

Ben Rector is a Tulsa native who broke out onto the music scene during his time as a student at the University of Arkansas. His four studio albums and 2014’s Live In Denver have repeatedly put him on top of the iTunes charts, leading to sold-out shows and fans who sing along to every word in theaters and amphitheaters across the country. His debut single at radio, title track “Brand New,” reached Top 5 at Hot AC, Top 10 at AC and Top 30 on the pop chart.
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