If you thought this summer was a big one for concerts, you haven't seen anything yet. This fall will see multiple major concerts coming to our area.

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Just announced, Multi-platinum country star Gary Allan will be coming back to the Hawkeye State for another concert. The 'Best I Ever Had' singer just came through to Iowa for the Fayette County Fair with Sara Evans.  It looks like Allan loved the Iowa audience so much that he decided to come back here in the fall.

Gary Allan released his very first album in eight years, RUTHLESS on June 25th, so his upcoming show in Cedar Rapids will probably have a good mix of his classics and some new material.

His new album has thirteen new tracks and features songs produced by country heavy hitters Mark Wright, Tony Brown, and Greg Droman.

Allan has released eight studio albums, sold over eight million albums and ten million tracks. He has been certified platinum on three albums back-to-back, and has been certified gold five times.

He will perform at the Alliant Energy PowerHouse on Saturday, October 9th. Tickets will go on sale to the public Friday, July 30th at 10:00 AM. You will be able to purchase them on TicketMaster and on the venue's website.

Alliant Energy PowerHouse

You have an exclusive chance to win tickets to Gary Allan's show on K92.3. Jake & Kerri will give you a shot at winning tickets every single day this week. Make sure you're listening so you can win these tickets before they go on sale this Friday.

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