Buy your Country and Folk Tickets at TicketsNow.com.    
Click here to view our Site Map
Your Location | Select Location
TicketsNow > Concert Tickets > Country and Folk Tickets > Dustin Lynch Tickets  

Dustin Lynch Tickets - Dustin Lynch Tour

Dustin Lynch danced into country music fan's hearts with songs like "Cowboys and Angels" and "She Cranks My Tractor." Don't miss your chance to see Dustin Lynch LIVE in concert! Buy your Dustin Lynch tickets now!
All Shows
How Buying & Selling Concert Tickets, Theater Tickets & Sporting Events Tickets works at TicketsNow
TicketsNow Guarantee: Authentic Tickets Or Your Money Back! - TicketsNow
Click here for TicketsNow Terms and Conditions.
Insider Email Alerts
Sign up for TicketsNow emails, get 10% off your first order.
Click here to donate to (RED)
 

Dustin Lynch Concert Tickets

Dustin Lynch, an extremely talented and well-known country artist, has certainly proven himself as a performer. You may know him from famous tracks like "Cowboys and Angels," "She Cranks My Tractor" and "Dancing in the Headlights," but you’ll be able to hear all of his top hits and more by getting your Dustin Lynch tickets.

Lynch got his start by heading to the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Tennessee, a locale otherwise known as Music City. Instead of performing, however, he simply listened to the tunes of the city’s most influential and popular composers, including Don Schlitz, Tony Arata and Paul Overstreet. He also was influenced by legendary artists such as Clint Black, Alan Jackson and Garth Brooks. He soaked everything in, learning and listening so he could develop his own songwriting skills.

He eventually earned a spot performing on the Bluebird stage, but it wasn’t until 2011 that he was recognized by Justin Moore’s manager, Pete Hartung. This led Lynch to a management contract with L3 Entertainment and a record deal with Broken Bow Records. It was this record that featured his first big hit single “Cowboys and Angels” in 2012. Broken Bow Records is also home to other top performers like Jason Aldean.

After signing his record deal, he certainly put all that he had learned over the years to the test, writing 200 songs in just under two years.