Blake Shelton Announces Surprise Pop Up Show in Nashville Tonight

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Calling all Blake Shelton fans! It’s time to get your shoes on and head on down to Ole Red in downtown Nashville for a free pop up concert from Blake himself.

The “Turnin’ Me On” singer took to Instagram to let his fans now the surprise news.

“Pop up show at @olerednashville TONIGHT to get ready for the #FriendsandHeroesTour!! YES, THIS IS HAPPENING! Let’s party y’all!!,” Blake wrote in his post.

He went on to give his fans instructions on what to do as they head down to his new restaurant.

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“Line up @ 1pm CT at the 3rd Ave entrance to receive a wristband. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. 1 wristband per person. 21+ DOORS at 6:30pm,” Blake added.

Blake opened Ole Red Nashville in June during CMA Fest week. It was the second Ole Red to open following Ole Red Tishomingo in Oklahoma. Next up, Blake will be opening Ole Red in Gatlinburg, TN, scheduled to open in Spring 2019 and Orlando, set to open in early 2020.

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“We’ve brought Ole Red to some of my favorite places, and I’m excited to have another spot for country music fans to have fun with their friends and family,” Blake said. “I think it’s impossible to visit Orlando and not have a good time, and that’s why I know Ole Red is going to fit right in.”

The pop up concert comes just before Blake, Lauren Alaina, Bellamy Brothers and John Anderson head out on Blake’s headlining Friends & Heroes tour, kicking off on Feb. 14 in Oklahoma City.  Looks like Blake is getting some practice in for the big show.

Friends & Heroes 2019 Tour Dates

Feb. 14 – Oklahoma City, Okla. – Chesapeake Energy Arena
Feb. 15 – Kansas City, Mo. – Sprint Center
Feb. 16 – Sioux Falls, S.D. – Denny Sanford Premier Center
Feb. 21 – Indianapolis, Ind. – Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Feb. 22 – Buffalo, N.Y. – Keybank Center
Feb. 23 – Pittsburgh, Pa. – PPG Paints Arena
Feb. 28 – Peoria, Ill. – Peoria Civic Center
March 1 – Louisville, Ky. – KFC YUM! Center
March 2 – Evansville, Ind. – Ford Center
March 7 – Jacksonville, Fla. – Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
March 8 – Tampa, Fla. – Amalie Arena
March 9 – Sunrise, Fla. – BB&T Center
March 14 – Des Moines, Iowa – Wells Fargo Arena
March 15 – St. Paul, Minn. – XCEL Energy Center
March 16 – Green Bay, Wisc. – Resch Center
March 21 – Uncasville, Conn. – Mohegan Sun Arena
March 22 – Uncasville, Conn. – Mohegan Sun Arena
March 23 – Albany, N.Y. –  Times Union Center