The first country concert of 2023 will happen on January 19th when Old Dominion kicks off their 33-date "No Bad Vibes Tour" at the Ford Center. Tickets are available at the Ford Center box office and through Ticketmaster, but since it is the "season of giving," the band is offering those tickets at a discounted price for a limited time.

Get 25% Off Old Dominion Tickets with Special Promo Code

The band is currently taking a little break after spending the summer touring huge stadiums with their buddy, Kenny Chesney. It looks like it was a pretty good time based on the video for their new song, "Beer with My Friends."

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Kenny won't be along for the ride when they head out on their own headlining tour (although, he will be making his way to the Ford Center on May 20th for his own show), but they will be bringing along Frank Ray, Kassi Ashton, and Greylan James as special guests. And, with the holiday season in full swing, the band is giving you the chance to see the show for a special discounted price.

From now until December 29th, you can get any remaining available ticket for the show at 25% off the normal price when you buy your tickets online through Ticketmaster and use the promo code TMNTX while supplies last.

Of course, tickets would make the perfect Christmas gift for the Old Dominion fan on your list, or if you want to treat yourself because, why not? Whatever the reason, the special discounted price should make the decision to buy them much easier.

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Going in chronological order from 1956 to 2020, we present the best-selling album from the year you graduated high school.

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