Sugarland
  • Sugarland
  • at Cowlitz Ballroom
  • Thursday, July 25th 2019
  •   8:00pm

Sugarland

Thursday, July 25th
Cowlitz Ballroom
8:00pm

Tickets: $99 | On-sale: Friday, March 15th at 10:00am

Grammy Award-winning pair Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush are refreshing their musical visions while staying true to an authentic sound and emotive songwriting that has made Sugarland ubiquitous with Country music duos. The Georgia natives released their first project together in nearly six years as new album BIGGER released in June of 2018 through a joint venture with Big Machine Records and UMG Nashville. The 11 song new album was co-produced by Jennifer and Kristian and included the hit single “Babe” featuring Taylor Swift.  Since the band’s inception in 2002, Sugarland has sold nearly 10 million albums domestically, achieving high-mark sales with PLATINUM-certified THE INCREDIBLE MACHINE, 2X PLATINUM LOVE ON THE INSIDE and 3X PLATINUM TWICE THE SPEED OF LIFE as well as ENJOY THE RIDE. Their most popular songs include PLATINUM-certified “All I Want to Do” and “Stay,” 2X PLATINUM “Stuck Like Glue” as well as GOLD-certified “Baby Girl,” “It Happens,” “Settlin’,” “Something More” and “Want To.” Sugarland has also earned seven No. 1 singles to date and amassed over 330 million on-demand streams. Their critical and mainstream appeal have been magnified with industry accolades – five consecutive CMA Awards for Vocal Duo of the Year (2007-2011), five ACM Awards (including Song of the Year and Single of the Year) and GRAMMY® Awards for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals and Best Country Song for “Stay.” Garnering standing ovations in the U.K. with their new material during their performances at the C2C: Country to Country festival in March of 2018, Sugarland’s STILL THE SAME 2018 TOUR was a massive success with fans across 48 cities in the U.S. and Canada. For more upcoming information, visit Sugarlandmusic.com

Strobe lights, lighting effects, and theatrical fog may be in use in Cowlitz Ballroom during musical concerts.  If you have health or physical problems that could be affected by strobe lighting, lighting effects, or theatrical fog, including but not limited to photosensitive epilepsy, asthma or breathing problems, you should not enter Cowlitz Ballroom.