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George Strait Tickets

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King George Amazing!!!

BOK Center - Tulsa

King George never disappoints!! I've been to dozens of George's concerts and have never been disappointed. They call him King George for a reason.

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George Strait Awesome 33yrs ago and Awesome now

BOK Center - Tulsa

The BOK was much better than the venue in OKC. Seats were great. GS did such a great job. Looks good and sounded so good. You can tell what clean living will get you but looking at him. Voice was a strong as he was 33 yrs ago when I saw him.

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George Strait was the best concert ever!!!

BOK Center - Tulsa

I've seen many artist, but George Strait is truly the KING. His stage setup and screens allowed for all in attendance to see him perform. His presentation on stage left the audience only wanting more from him. Truly and unforgettable event.

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BOK Center - Tulsa

The show was absolutely amazing. He just gets better each year.

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Awesome

BOK Center - Tulsa

George Strait is still the best. The concert was awesome.

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Strait from the Heart!

Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans

Well worth the crowds to see George Strait. He and his band were absolutely wonderful. Something for everyone. Would definitely come see them again. The only drawback was that the audio didn't match the video on the smaller screens.

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George Strait Rt66

BOK Center - Tulsa

Incredible show! Great seats and loved Asleep at the Wheel as opening act.

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George Strait was awesome

BOK Center - Tulsa

Concert was great! Staff was awesome as I had taken a call & am on walker, was so concerned but got handicap parking & staff help me to my seat and keep my walker. Just so much more than I had expected

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George Strait was absolutely amazing!!

BOK Center - Tulsa

Got to attend both Friday, June 1st and Saturday, June 2nd. Both concerts were amazing!!

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George Strait gives me life

BOK Center - Tulsa

Best concert I've ever been to! Ticketmaster is super easy to use. They gave me exact directions on where to go and what I needed to do. Highly recommend TicketMaster!!

Biography

After more than 30 years of a lifestyle that often required lots of time on the road, country legend George Strait has saddled up for what he says will be his final tour, a two-year outing dubbed The Cowboy Rides Away Tour.

More than 20 farewell concerts take place between January and May of 2014, and the shows -- many of which will feature a big-name special guest such as Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Martina McBride, or Sheryl Crow -- are proving to be hot tickets as fans celebrate the storied career of the country mainstay. He announced his retirement from the road during a September 2012 press conference in Nashville, and played more than 20 farewell shows during early 2013.

Strait doesn't plan to ride into the sunset -- he's just done with long tours. He recently renewed his deal with MCA Records, so he'll keep releasing new music and plans to also play select concert dates in the future. But grueling trips aboard the tour bus are in his rearview mirror.
After the Urban Cowboy ethos dominated country music in the late '70s, Strait emerged in the early '80s with his take on classic country stylings, and is often credited with paving the way for other neo-traditionalist superstars like Garth Brooks, Dwight Yoakam, and Randy Travis.
Strait's catalog includes timeless hits like "Amarillo by Morning," "All My Ex's Live in Texas," "Love Without End, Amen," and "I've Come to Expect it From You."

A 2006 inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame, Strait's remarkable career has included a record 60 No. 1 songs on the country chart. He holds many other country sales records, including most No. 1 albums and most gold, platinum, and multi-platinum albums. Only Elvis Presley and The Beatles have more combined gold and platinum albums in their catalogs.

A native of Poteet, Texas, south of San Antonio, Strait grew up in neighboring Frio County. He first took up music in high school as a member of a rock garage band. After a stint in the Army, he  earned an Agriculture degree from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos while playing in a bar band that performed around central and south Texas.

Strait signed with MCA Records in 1981, after Erv Woolsey, who ran one of the bars Strait's band played, urged Nashville talent scouts to check him out. Woolsey went on to become Strait's manager.