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“50/50/1” Reveals Plans

02:01 PM Thursday 6/13/13 | |

Bud Light’s music event featuring more than 50 artists playing in 50 states on August 1 has added Dierks Bentley, Phillip Phillips, Jimmy Eat World and Empire Of The Sun to its grand plan.  A full list after the jump.

  • Dierks Bentley

    Stagecoach, Empire Polo Field, Indio, Calif.
    April 27, 2013

    (John Davisson)

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Titled “50/50/1,” the 51 individual concerts pretty much cover all the mass-appeal pop genres. Originally planned as 50 artists in 50 states, the extra concert (making it 51 total) comes from California getting a bonus show with Miguel playing Los Angeles while The Dirty Heads conquer San Francisco.  The Aug. 1 concerts are part of Bud Light’s summer-long music celebration.

Here’s the list, organized by state:

Alabama, Birmingham – Drive-By Truckers
Alaska, Anchorage – Portugal. The Man
Arizona, Phoenix – The Airborne Toxic Event
Arkansas, Little Rock – North Mississippi Allstars
California, Los Angeles – Miguel
California, San Francisco – The Dirty Heads
Colorado, Denver – Phillip Phillips
Connecticut, Hartford – Capital Cities
Delaware, Wilmington – Citizen Cope
Florida, Miami – Metric
Georgia, Atlanta – Ludacris
Hawaii, Honolulu – Coheed & Cambria
Idaho, Boise – JJ Grey & Mofro
Illinois, Chicago – Butch Walker
Indiana, Indianapolis – Dr. Dog
Iowa, Iowa City – Gogol Bordello
Kansas, Lawrence – Sevendust
Kentucky, Louisville – Alex Clare
Louisiana, New Orleans – Big Boi
Maine, Bangor – The Lost Trailers
Maryland, Silver Spring – Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls
Massachusetts, Boston – Wavves
Michigan, Detroit – Kendrick Lamar
Minnesota, Minneapolis – Emeli Sande
Mississippi, Biloxi – Mastodon
Missouri, St. Louis – Jimmy Eat World
Montana, Missoula – Halestorm
Nebraska, Lincoln – The Faint
Nevada, Las Vegas – The Flaming Lips
New Hampshire, Hampton Beach – Under the Sun Tour
New Jersey, Atlantic City – Flogging Molly
New Mexico, Albuquerque – Sublime with Rome
New York, New York City – Dierks Bentley
North Carolina, Charlotte – Molotov
North Dakota,             Fargo – Court Yard Hounds
Ohio, Columbus – The Mowgli's
Oklahoma, Oklahoma City – Chevy Metal
Oregon, Portland – Minus the Bear
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia – Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
Rhode Island, Providence – Guster
South Carolina, Charleston – Sick Puppies
South Dakota,             Sturgis – Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
Tennessee, Nashville – Colt Ford
Texas, Austin – Empire of the Sun
Utah, Salt Lake City – Blackberry Smoke
Vermont, Burlington – The Gaslight Anthem
Virginia, Norfolk – Corey Smith
Washington, Seattle – Pepper
W. Virginia, Charleston – NEEDTOBREATHE
Wisconsin, Milwaukee – Best Coast
Wyoming, Jackson Hole – The Hold Steady

  • Miguel

    Hot 97 Summer Jam XX, MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.
    June 2, 2013

    (Charles Sykes / Invision / AP)

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While tickets for most shows are available only to Bud Light Music First prize winners, Live Nation will be selling tickets to select shows. Attendance is limited to fans 21 and over.  Click here for more information.


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