Dierks Bentley to Perform in Eastern Iowa This Summer
Get ready eastern Iowa. The party is coming later this summer. That seems like the fitting way to share the news that Dierks Bentley is on his way because there's nothing quite like a Dierks Bentley party. That's exactly what a Dierks Bentley concert is.
Bentley is bringing his "Beers on Me Tour" to Dubuque for a show on Thursday night, September 8 at QCasino. It will be held outdoors on the Back Waters Stage.
Dierks Bentley has reached the top of the charts an amazing 17 times, including with his first single, "What Was I Thinkin'." The 46-year-old native of Phoenix, Arizona, who began his Nashville career working at The Nashville Network (now Paramount Network), took that song to the top of the charts in 2003.
Over the last nearly 20 years, Dierks Bentley has consistently been successful. He took a total of seven songs to #1 on the country charts in the 2000s including "Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go)" and "Sideways." He reached the coveted #1 spot another 10 times last decade with songs ranging from "Woman Amen" to "Drunk on a Plane."
Bentley will be joined in Dubuque by Matt Stell. Stell opened for Toby Keith during his concert in Coralville, and did a fantastic job. Tickets for the show go on sale this Friday, July 22. Ticket information is available here.
The Dierks Bentley show at QCasino is the second major outdoor country concert the venue has announced for this summer. Sam Hunt will be performing there on Sunday, August 14. Information on that show is available here.
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