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May 23

Rascal Flatts Offers Fans Tailgating Opportunities During Summer Tour

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Rascal Flatts photo courtesy of Schmidt Relations.

Rascal Flatts kick off their Live & Loud Tour on Friday, May 31 in Jones Beach, New York with The Band Perry and Cassadee Pope along as special guests. The band has added new tailgating events for their fans prior to the start of each show.

Fans can begin their concert experience by tailgating before the show doors open in the @FarmersFans Zone, which is free. They can see a fully-customized Rascal Flatts off-road vehicle, complete with games that include some of the band’s favorite hobbies like archery and golf.

Dance Y’all will also participate in the tailgate experience by teaching fans dance moves and offering them the opportunity to enter a “dance off” for a chance to dance onstage with the Farmers Insurance Dance Y’all Experience Featuring Laura Bell Bundy. Traditional tailgate games like a basketball shootout, ladder golf or a bean bag battle can be found as well. Fans can even test their Rascal Flatts knowledge with LIVE & LOUD tour trivia and sign up to win an all-expenses-paid trip to the 2013 CMA Awards in Nashville.

Once the gates open, fans can visit the Farmers Insurance tents on the concourse for more fun by taking a spin on the Farmers We Plan, You Jam prize wheel, snap a photo at the Farmers Insurance photo booth or Tweet or Instagram a picture using #WeAreFlatts to get a free commemorative printout.

The Live & Loud Tour runs through October.


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Posted at 3:48 pm, May 23, 2013 | Permalink

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