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Tickets on sale tomorrow for Eli Young Band's Second Annual House Party

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HOUSTON, TX - Tickets for Eli Young Band's second annual House Party go on sale tomorrow, August 29, at 9am. The band confirmed the lineup for the second show in Houston which will follow the first House Party in Arlington at Globe Life Park on November 8. 

Last year's inaugural House Party in Arlington was a huge success with over 18,000 fans in attendance. The band looks forward to an even larger turn out this year with eight touring powerhouses joining them for two shows.

The November 15th House Party at Minute Maid Park in Houston will feature Atlantic Records Josh Abbott Band, who has topped the Texas chart with six #1 hits and a trio of Top Tens. Josh has become a touring powerhouse selling out 7,000 tickets at Lonestar Amphitheatre and back-to-back nights at Billy Bobs. Valory Music Co.'s Thomas Rhett, has scored back-to-back #1 hits with the Platinum-certified "It Goes Like This" and Gold-certified "Get Me Some of That" in addition to co-writing the smash chart-topper "Round Here." Opening the show will be Cody Johnson. Many Texans met his honest style through hit singles on the Texas chart including "Nobody to Blame," "Texas Kind of Way" and his #1 smash "Pray for Rain." His reputation for rowdy shows and honest lyrics have made him a statewide favorite, taking the dance-halls by storm.

From start to finish, the band has chosen concert venues that lay out a fan friendly experience; from easy parking, to short bar lines to a strong lineup of national acts, each of the two shows is an incredible value with tickets starting at just $25.

Tickets for each of the two shows go on sale tomorrow, Friday, August 29th, and fans are encouraged to buy tickets now at the discounted rate of $25 before the price increase on September 15th.  

For the November 15th Houston show, tickets will be available at ticketmaster.com. 

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