George Strait Tickets
George Strait is an American country music
artist. He has produced 52 number one hit singles over his fruitful career. Strait was the top touring country act of the 1990's,
and remains one of the most played artists on US radio.
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"Unwound" was George Strait's first single and his first Top Ten hit. This was followed by "Down and Out" and then a whole series of #1 singles, beginning with "Fool Hearted Memory" in 1982. He was one of the best-selling country singers of the 1980s, and one of the few from that decade who survived the influx of pop-country singers like Garth Brooks in the early 1990s.
George Strait's 1995 Box set Strait Out Of The Box is the 2nd best selling box set ever with shipments of 8 million in the United States. From 1997 through 2001, George Strait headlined the "George Strait Country Music Festival" which included artists such has Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson and many more. The massive stadiums played helped it become one of the most attented tours each year.
Since 1983, George Strait has often appeared at the "Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo" and even recorded his album For the Last Time: Live From the Astrodome the last time the rodeo was staged at the Astrodome in 2002. The event set the record for paid attendance at the Astrodome with 68,266 people. The rodeo event moved to Reliant Stadium in 2003. In 2004, George Strait topped the Astrodome attendance with 68,679 people coming to his rodeo concert at the larger stadium. He has played to more than 1 million fans at the Houston Rodeo. George Strait again played the Houston rodeo February 28, 2006.