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Resch Plaza adds Chase Rice to summer concert lineup; Billy Prine to pay tribute to John Prine with Meyer show

ASHWAUBENON - The Resch Plaza is shaping up to be a summer hot spot, with Chase Rice the latest act to book a show at the new outdoor space. The country artist will perform at 7:15 p.m. July 30 outside the Resch Expo and Resch Center. Tickets are $49 VIP general admission and $39 general admission. They go on sale at 10 am. Thursday at ticketstaronline.com, 800-895-0071 and the Resch Center box office.
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Chase Rice coming to Resch Plaza

ASHWAUBENON (WLUK) -- County music star Chase Rice will play outside the Resch Center this summer. Rice will hold a concert at the Resch Plaza, Friday, July 30 at 7:15 p.m. Gates open at 6 p.m. With more than 2 million albums sold and over 1.7 billion total streams, plus...
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Chase Rice coming to Vina Robles Amphitheatre

More concerts announced at Vina Robles Amphitheatre. –Multi-Platinum entertainer Chase Rice makes his Vina Robles Amphitheatre debut on Friday, Sept. 3. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 11 at 10 a.m. PT via Ticketmaster.com. With more than two million albums sold and over 1.7 billion total streams, plus a legion...
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Chase Rice Added Up 1, 2 & 3 to Get The Album – Which is Available Now

Chase released Part 1 of The Album – which contained 7 songs – in January of 2020. Part 2 – and its 4 songs was released after that, and then finally Part 3 with its 4 tracks — including Chase’s current single at country radio, “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen” with Florida Georgia Line, followed.
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Chase Rice Teases Fans With New Music Amid Forthcoming Release for 'The Album' (Exclusive)

Chase Rice is releasing the third installment to The Album on May 28 and is ready for fans to hear all three parts together. During an exclusive interview with PopCulture, the country music singer noted he feels this album is only the "tip of the iceberg" for what's to come in regards to his music and teased fans a bit on where he's planning on taking his sound. "I had The Album part I and II come out last year and then part III is coming out, which it will end up just being called The Album; it's all together now. I think this is the tip of the iceberg of where it's going to be going," Rice explained.
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Chase Rice Gives Update on Morgan Wallen Following Racial Slur Controversy (Exclusive)

Country music singer Chase Rice has kept busy throughout the pandemic, but now he's gearing up to head back out on the road as concerts ramp up for the summer. With the third installment of his new album coming out on May 28 titled The Album, after previously releasing The Album Part I and Part II, the singer has had his hands full but is now ready for fans to hear all three installments. While he may be on the go, he has had a little downtime with fellow country stars, including Cole Swindell and Morgan Wallen.
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Chase Rice playing Salem Memorial Ballpark, with COVID rules

Country music hit-maker Chase Rice was one of the first performers last year to catch negative feedback for performing a show during the pandemic. It was in June 2020, at the former Brushy Mountain State Prison in Tennessee. Rice would post video saying “we back” while the camera behind him focused on a tightly packed, mask-free crowd of partiers. Organizers of a concert he had scheduled for that August at Salem Memorial Ballpark wanted to make sure that Rice fans knew that Virginia didn’t run shows the way Tennessee did.