Tickets are now on sale for the biggest concert weekend in the Tri-States this summer Hannibal Bar-B-Q Festival! Here is the breakdown of ticket information and how you can purchase them.

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We here at 97.9 KICK-FM, a Townsquare Media station, are so pumped to once again be sponsoring Hannibal Bar-B-Q Festival! We have been with the festival since it started back in the summer of 2019 and it has quickly become the can't miss event of the summer in the Tri-States!

This year the festival is on July, 22nd, and 23rd (Friday and Saturday), and the headliners are two country music stars, Friday night July, 22nd Joe Nichols headlines, and Saturday night July, 23rd it is Clay Walker headlining. Tickets are currently on sale if you would like to purchase them click here! There are plenty of different ticket packages so let us break them down.

First, you have basic general admission that gets you into the festival and to enjoy the show for one day priced currently at $35 for Friday, and $45 for Saturday (Saturday is more expensive because the festival is open longer). Or you can do 2-day general admission currently on sale (until July 18th) for only $70, so this is the best value if you want to just attend the fest both days.

Second, there are VIP tickets available for each day, VIP tickets include standing room within the first 30ft of the stage, early access to the festival, and 2 drink tickets for adults 21 and older. VIP for Friday night is available until July 18th (or until they sell out) for $70, and VIP for $90, or there is VIP access for the entire weekend for $145.

For complete ticket information and to BUY tickets CLICK HERE.

For more information on Hannibal Bar-B-Q Festival check out their Facebook page by clicking here. 

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