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Blossom Music Center is hot this year

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CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH (WOIO) -

One of Northeast Ohio's most popular concert venues is packing them in, with an unprecedented line-up of artists.

From Kid Rock and Lil' Wayne to the Jonas Brothers and a smokin' hot lineup of country stars, 20 Concerts are expected to draw more than 350,000 people through the gates this season.

American Country Music Entertainer Of The Year, Luke Bryan, is already sold out for his September concert at Blossom.  Tim McGraw sold out last month as well.

They're just 2 of 9 Country concerts booked this year.

WGAR radio's Charley Connolly, who's on air name is Shotgun Taylor told 19 Action News, "People absolutely love it.  They can't get enough of it. The amount of people who come out to the shows gets bigger and better every year."

WGAR and 19 Action News are proud sponsors of Country Jam at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds on August 24. That's where you'll see rising country stars like Joel Crouse, who's on tour with Jason Aldean this summer.

Jon Pardy is also coming to the fairgrounds in August and busting into the world of country music to rave reviews.

"I think he's as good a guitarist as Keith Urban", said Connolly.

"I'm excited for Country Jam in Cleveland.  I'm gonna rock out there," said Pardy.

Other acts who've played the Country Jam like Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, and The Band Perry, have catapulted to the top of the charts shortly thereafter.

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