By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily
A second Cheyenne Frontier Days night show concert has officially sold out, officials announced Monday.
No tickets for Blake Shelton’s concert were available as of Monday, following the example set by ticket sales for fellow CFD headliner Garth Brooks, whose concert sold out in under an hour when tickets went on sale last month. CFD officials announced this update on their Twitter account.
The shows are bookending the return of Frontier Days, which was canceled last summer due to the coronavirus pandemic. Brooks will open the night shows on July 23 while Shelton will close the series on July 31.
Shelton was originally slated to perform at the 2020 “Daddy of ’em All” along with headliners Eric Church and Thomas Rhett, but ultimately the show was rescheduled due to the pandemic.
Those in Cheyenne or Laramie County still have the opportunity to get tickets, though. The Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department is offering two tickets to each of the night shows (except for the Brooks show) in a raffle for those who get vaccinated against the coronavirus in May and June.
Tickets are also available for all the other night shows, which include:
- July 24: Thomas Rhett with Rhett Akins, the singer’s father
- July 25: Cody Johnson with Aaron Watson
- July 28: Maren Morris with an opening act to be announced
- July 29: Eric Church with Ashley McBryde
- July 30: Kane Brown with Restless Road
CFD intends to return to full capacity this summer with no mask requirements for attendees.