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Friday, August 26, 2011

Toby Keith to headline ZooJam

Posted By on Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 4:58 PM

America-haters look out, Toby Keith is coming to town Oct. 2.
  • America-haters look out, Toby Keith is coming to town Oct. 2.

Alright, America-lovers: your favorite country superstar is coming to town to blur the line between sweetly patriotic sentimentality and raw, jingoistic fury. Do I even have to type his name? I don't. But here it is anyway: Toby Keith.

That's right, Toby Keith is playing in Little Rock. So for all you America-haters in the vicinity - and you know who you are - you'd better just get your asses ready for a visit from Keith's, boot, which is probably like a size 17EEEE.

Keith plays War Memorial Park Golf Course Sunday, Oct. 2, with Eric Church, Sara Evans and Diamond Rio warming up the crowd. Doors open at noon, the concert starts at 12:30 and ends at the entirely respectable hour of 9:00 p.m.

Tickets are available here or if you want to pay by cash, go to the Little Rock Zoo box office. Tickets are $65 apiece, except for active-duty members of the military and students, who can get a ticket for $50.

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