Kristian Bush in concert in Jacksonville

Don’t miss your chance to see Kristian Bush of Sugarland perform songs off of his new forthcoming debut solo album, Southern Gravity!

University of North Florida
Lazzara Performance Hall at the Fine Arts Center
Saturday, November 8, 2014

Doors Open at 7:00 PM
Show Starts at 7:30 PM

Ticket Price Range: $22.50 – $37.50 (plus service fees)
VIP Experience: $50.00 (plus service fees)

Don’t miss your chance to meet Kristian Bush of Sugarland after the show!

VIP Upgrade will include:

  • Meet and Greet with Kristian Bush
  • Photo Opportunity with Kristian Bush
  • Autographed 8x10 Photo of Kristian Bush

The Fine Print: VIP Upgrade tickets will be available on a first come, first-served basis and are based on ticket availability at the time of purchase. This VIP Upgrade is not a concert ticket and does not include a concert ticket. If you do not purchase a concert ticket in addition to this upgrade, you will not be admitted to the event.

Event parking for this concert will not require a UNF parking permit between the hours of 6:00 PM — 11:00 PM. Patrons parking for this event must park in the Fine Arts Center garage or designated lots.

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"Trailer Hitch" — Lyric Video

Trailer Hitch: Behind the Scenes

For a decade, Kristian Bush built his reputation as one half of the multi-platinum, Grammy-winning country duo Sugarland. He wasn't the group’s lead singer — that role went to his big-voiced partner, Jennifer Nettles — but he steered the ship in other ways: playing multiple instruments, singing harmonies, co-producing the group’s platinum-selling albums, and co-writing an award-winning catalog of songs (including five No. 1 singles and nearly a dozen Top 10 hits) about life and love in the American South.

Kristian Bush in concert in Jacksonville

Anchored by a mix of groove and twang, “Trailer Hitch” rustles up memories of Bush’s past hits, including the double-platinum Sugarland smash “Stuck Like Glue.” Southern Gravity isn’t a side project, though. It’s a parallel project, a natural move for a songwriter who’s been making records since he turned 13 years old. For the first time in his career, Bush is singing his own songs without a duo partner by his side, giving fans an unfiltered view of an artist who’s always shared the spotlight in the past.

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