It looks like it's time to grab a few of your famous friends for Chris Young's Iowa concert this fall.

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The country artist is coming back to the Hawkeye State this November. Young's Famous Friends Tour will be stoping in Coralville, Iowa on Friday November 19th. He and a few other artists will be performing at the Xtream Arena. 

Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, August 6th at 10:00 AM...but we have two exclusive ways for you to get tickets to Chris Young's concert at the Xtream Arena.

Exclusive Presale Code

You have to enter the password in order to access the presale, which will be live Thursday, August 5th from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. only. The codeword is shown below if you are viewing this on your free K92.3 app, you'll see the code below. Otherwise, you will not see it, so be sure you grab our app!

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You can also win by tuning in to Jake and Kerri in the morning at around 7:30 AM all this week and win tickets to the show before they even go on sale.

Some of Chris Young's Famous Friends

Young will be sharing the stage with two up-and-coming country artists; Callista Clark and Mitchell Tenpenny. Both artists will be joining him at the Coralville show this autumn.

Callista Clark

Only about 17 years old, Clark is already making a smash in the country music scene. Her song 'It's Cause I Am' off of her very first EP already has been featured on the Billboard Country Air Charts.

She plays eight instruments and has already made her debut at the Grand Ole Opry. Clark has performed with country legends like Sara Evans and Jennifer Nettles.

Mitchell Tenpenny

During this show, Tenpenny will be debuting songs from his debut major-label album release, Telling All My Secrets. His current hit Drunk Me currently has been streamed 170 million times.

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