George Strait Sets U.S. Concert Attendance Record at Kyle Field, College Station

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Country music legend George Strait made history this weekend at his concert held at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas.

According to Texas A&M University, a staggering 110,905 enthusiastic fans turned out for George Strait’s performance on Saturday. This attendance figure sets a new record for the highest attendance at a ticketed concert in the United States, surpassing the previous record set by the Grateful Dead in 1977 at Raceway Park in New Jersey, where 107,019 fans attended.

Dubbed “George Strait: The King at Kyle Field,” the event also marked a record for the largest attendance at any event held at Kyle Field, surpassing the 2014 game between the Texas A&M Aggies and Ole Miss.

In addition to George Strait’s iconic performance, the concert featured appearances by Parker McCollum and Catie Offerman, adding to the star-studded lineup.

Among the notable attendees were Texas Governor Greg Abbott and U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, who joined over a hundred thousand fans to witness this historic musical event.

The concert not only showcased George Strait’s enduring popularity but also highlighted the cultural significance of country music in Texas and beyond. Fans and music enthusiasts alike celebrated this milestone, marking it as a memorable moment in concert history.

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