BetMGM Big Game Bash to be headlined by Luke Combs

January 10, 2024
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This will take place at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas venue The Chelsea.

BetMGM is set to expand its festivities for the Big Game weekend with the BetMGM Big Game Bash concert, which is set to be headlined by American singer-songwriter Luke Combs. 

The concert will be hosted at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Saturday, February 10, with tickets going on sale this Friday exclusively on the BetMGM app. 

Tickets start at $400 (not including applicable tax and fees) and will go on sale to the public Friday, January 12 at 8am PT exclusively through the BetMGM app. 

The Chelsea is a 40,000-square-foot concert and event venue that has hosted entertainers including Olivia Rodrigo, Louis Tomlinson, Kehlani and Pete Davidson. 

Combs is a country music star and has had 18 consecutive No.1 singles, eight Country Music Association Awards, three Academy of Country Music Awards, three Billboard Music Awards and is nominated for Best Country Solo Performance at the 2024 GRAMMYs. 

Combs himself said: "I'm excited to be teaming up with iHeart for BetMGM's Big Game Bash. It's going to be a whole lot of fun.” 

BetMGM CEO Adam Greenblatt added: "First-class entertainment and Las Vegas are at the core of the BetMGM brand, and this Luke Combs concert will be a highlight of the weekend's marquee entertainment events.  

"It is part of our full-scale efforts to deliver memorable experiences for fans who are in town for the momentous Big Game." 

Yesterday, in related news, MGM Resorts has named Dana Reynolds as its Director of Brand Marketing for The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, effective immediately. 


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