FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sunset Station joins KCYE 102.7 The Coyote and Randy Couture in benefitting wounded veterans
Gary Allan, Darryl Worley & more to perform Friday, May 30
in benefit of Randy Couture’s Xtreme G.I. Foundation
Tickets On Sale – Friday, March 14, 2014 at 10 a.m.
LAS VEGAS – – Sunset Station is proud to join KCYE 102.7 The Coyote and Randy Couture in announcing Coyote Under the Stars & Stripes with Gary Allan, Darryl Worley & more– A Benefit for Randy Couture’s Xtreme G.I. Foundation on Friday, May 30, 2014 at the Sunset Amphitheater outdoors at Sunset Station. Tickets start at $39 and all proceeds will benefit wounded veterans and their families. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 14 at 10 a.m.
Tickets for Coyote Under the Stars & Stripes with Gary Allan, Darryl Worley & more are $39 plus tax and applicable fees for general admission seating. Reserved seating is available for $59, $69 and $89 plus tax and applicable fees. Proceeds from all ticket sales will be donated to Randy Couture’s Xtreme G.I. Foundation to benefit wounded veterans and their families. Tickets can be purchased at any Station Casinos Reward Center and The Fiestas, by logging onto http://www.sclv.com/Entertainment/Concerts-and-Events.aspxor through Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com. For more information, please visit www.sunsetstation.com.
Signed to a major-label deal in the mid-1990s, Gary Allan made his debut on the country music scene with the release of his single “Her Man,” off to his gold-certified debut album Used Heart for Sale. Allan followed with It Would Be You and Smoke Rings in the Dark, which was his first platinum-certified album. Its successors, Alright Guy and See If I Care, were also certified platinum, while 2005’s Tough All Over and 2007’s Greatest Hits both received gold certification. His 2010 release, Get Off on the Pain, climbed to number two on the Billboard Top Country Albums charts and his latest release, 2013’s Set You Free, once again peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. Allan has produced more than 25 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, including the number-one hits “Man to Man,” “Tough Little Boys,” “Nothing On But the Radio” and “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain).”
Darryl Worley has topped the charts with singles including “I Miss My Friend,” “Awful, Beautiful Life” and “Have You Forgotten,” which accomplished the feat for one, two and an incredible seven weeks, respectively. He hit the Top-20 with the first three singles from his impressive major-label debut, Hard Rain Don’t Last and followed with smashes like “If Something Should Happen,” “I Just Came Back From a War” the iconic “Tennessee River Run,” and “Sounds Like Life To Me.” With six studio albums, including I Miss My Friend and gold-certified Have You Forgotten, Worley has sold millions of albums and earned nominations for five major ACM and CMA awards, including “Song of the Year” and “Single of the Year.”
About Sunset Station
Located in Henderson, NV. off Sunset and Stephanie Rd. Sunset Station offers more than 450 hotel room and suites, meeting and convention facilities as well as an array of entertainment options, including concert and lounge venues at the outdoor poolside amphitheater and Club Madrid, bowling at Strike Zone, Regal Cinemas movie theatre with 3D and IMAX offerings as well as numerous bars and lounges. Sunset Station also offers a wide variety of dining options, including Sonoma Cellar steakhouse, Pasta Cucina, Cabo Mexican Restaurant, Oyster Bar, Grand Café, the Feast Buffet and several casual dining options in a food court setting. To learn more about Sunset Station, please call 702.547.7777 or visit http://www.sunsetstation.sclv.com, facebook.com/sunsetstation or twitter.com/sunsetstation_.
About Randy Couture’s Xtreme G.I. Foundation
The Xtreme Couture GI Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation, was founded by Randy Couture to honor the veterans of America’s armed forces. The foundation was especially formed to raise money and awareness for those wounded in action and their families. To date, more than 24,000 U.S. troops have been wounded in the war against terrorism, which doesn’t include the many more suffering the mental effects. Many of the injuries are traumatic amputations, gunshot wounds, burns and blast injuries that will retire these brave men and woman from the armed forces. Even though some of these men and woman are severely injured, they have the courage, strength and determination to win this battle. For more information, please visit www.xcgif.org.
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