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Xtreme Muzik’s Extreme Summer Tour

05:01 PM Friday 5/27/11 | |

Big & Rich and Gretchen Wilson are gearing up to hit the road next month as the headliners of the “Xtreme Muzik” tour.

Cowboy Troy and Two Foot Fred will be coming along as special guests. All four acts are members of the Muzik Mafia, which is a collection of country music artists founded in 2001 by Big & Rich’s John Rich and Kenny Alphin along with John Nicholson and industry executive Cory Gierman.

  • John Rich

    19th Annual Chicago Country Music Festival, Chicago, Ill.
    October 4, 2009

    (Adam Bielawski)


The Extreme Muzik tour kicks off June 18 in Springfield, Mo., with a set at Show-Me Music & Arts Festival. Shows are booked through a Sept. 19 set at Puyallup Fair at the Western Washington Fairgrounds in Puyallup, Wash.

The North American trek includes shows in Walker, Minn. (June 25); Calgary, Alberta (July 13); Toronto (July 21); Pittsburgh (July 22); Biloxi, Miss. (Aug. 12); Pontiac, Mich. (Sept. 3); Laughlin, Nev. (Sept. 9); Pomona, Calif. (Sept. 11); and Molalla, Ore. (Sept. 17).

  • Gretchen Wilson

    Grove Of Anaheim, Anaheim, Calif.
    March 10, 2010

    (Debbie VanStory / RockinExposures.com)


“Xtreme Muzik” will also play Denver’s Wells Fargo Theatre July 2. Proceeds from the 4th of July weekend show benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children.

Fans who purchased tickets to the Denver show before June 17 will get the chance to enter the Xtreme Country 4th of July Weekend contest. The grand prize includes a VIP limo ride to the Xtreme Muzik concert, two VIP passes to meet Big & Rich and Wilson backstage, two tickets to a sold-out Kenny Chesney concert, two nights at The Curtis Hotel in downtown Denver, two tickets to the sold-out Colorado Rockies Fireworks show and VIP viewing of the 4th of July Shriners Parade in downtown Denver.
For more information on the concert and the contest visit http://www.facebook.com/RhythmontheVine

Click here for Xtreme Muzik’s website.

Click here for Muzik Mafia’s website.