In case you were living in a cave and missed the announcement, Blake Shelton is bringing his "Friends & Heroes Tour" to the Ford Center on March 2nd with special guests The Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson, Trace Atkins, and Lauren Alaina! Tickets go on sale November 9th at 10:00 a.m. at the Ford Center box office and online through Ticketmaster, and will no doubt go fast. But, there you do have a few options when it comes to getting tickets early.

Become a "BS'er"

That doesn't mean what you think it does. "BS'ers" are what Blake affectionately calls members of his official Fan Club. The benefits of which includes access to presale tickets for his shows. Signing up is as easy and registering your e-mail through his official website.

Venue Presale

The Ford Center will also offer a presale over the last couple of days before tickets are made available to the general public on the 9th. Keep an eye on Ticketmaster for more info.

Download the WKDQ App

We'll also have a chance for you to buy tickets before everyone else with a special presale code we'll send out at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, November 7th exclusively through the WKDQ app! If you don't have it on your phone, GET IT, and when it asks if you will allow it to send you notifications, tap "Yes," "Allow," or whatever option makes it happen.

Listen to Win

Of course, there is a way to get tickets before they go on sale without spending a dime. Listen to us! Starting Monday, we'll have your chance to win three times a day!

Now then, if none of these methods work out, and the show sells out before you get your hands on tickets, keep an eye on Ticketmaster's verified resale site between the on sale date and the day of the show. Here's why — tickets are going on sale nearly four full months before the show. That's a pretty good chunk of time, and as we all know we can plan ahead all we want, but sometimes things come up at the last minute, and those plans change. That could certainly happen with someone who bought tickets, forcing them to sell them back to Ticketmaster. After making sure the tickets are legit, Ticketmaster will resell them to someone like you.

There are other resale sites out there, but be careful. While many are reputable, and do their best to verify the tickets they resell are actual tickets, there is a chance you could mistakenly buy fake tickets. Sure, they may look like real tickets, but when they get scanned at the door and nothing happens, you'll be out of luck and someone somewhere will have your money. Plus, the venue will be unable to help since you purchased them from somewhere other than Ticketmaster.

Good luck!

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