Tickets are on sale now for the Justin Moore concert in Palmyra, here are all the details you need to know.

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Down Country announced on their Facebook page today that they are bringing Country Music star Justin Moore to Palmyra for a concert to benefit charities Down Country and the Histiocytosis Association. The concert is scheduled for Saturday, October 9th and will be held at the Rockin A Arena  Pasture at 5303 HWY C in Palmyra.

You can purchase tickets now by CLICKING HERE!

The tickets are only $25 for general admission and $100 for VIP admission. Doors will open at 5pm, with the opening act of Nace Brothers Band starting at 6:30 pm and Justin Moore taking the stage at 8:30 pm. They go on to say that there will be no coolers allowed, BUT Rebel Pig will have food trucks, and you can bring lawn chairs and blankets for seating, plus there will be parking available outside of the Rockin A Arena for only $5 with 50% of the proceeds going to the Histiocytosis Association.

What an awesome opportunity to see one of the big stars of Country Music here in our Tri-States community, and to know that the proceeds are going to great organizations like Down Country that is all about being inclusive, awareness, and acceptance with their fantastic hashtag #everychild. Get your tickets now while you still can, I am sure the VIP tickets wont last long with a big star like Justin Moore! For more information on the concert and Down Country you can reach them by email at or just make sure you follow their Facebook page by clicking here! 

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