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As fans line up in Fort Worth for Blake Shelton’s free concert at Billy Bob’s today, fans in the Hill Country should set their watches for their own free pop-up concert. It turns out that Smithworks Vodka is taking their favorite country singer down to San Antonio and the Cowboys Dancehall on Friday, September 21. “The Voice” host, whose new album “Texoma Shore” is now available, will put on a free pop-up show for the first 5,000 fans over the age of 21.

Here’s what you need to do. Line-up for wristbands starts at Cowboys Dancehall at 10:00 a.m. for a chance to get in for free. Wristbands will be given out on a first come, first serve basis for fans older than 21. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. on Friday night for the free show.

So if you saw the news about the free show in Billy Bob’s Texas but thought that there’s no way you would be able to make it, country music’s crossover star is trying to make it up to you. Will Gwen Stefani be there, too? You just never know, but we have a feeling that tonight’s show at Billy Bob’s will be a good hint if she’s on the road with him through Nashville, Oklahoma, and more.

Now all that’s left to wonder is: which venue is better? Do you prefer the Fort Worth Stockyards or the lively streets of San Antonio for your free concert? Either way, the best Blake Shelton concert is a free Blake Shelton concert, in my opinion.

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We don’t yet know if he’ll play exclusively new music or if he’ll throw it back with some favorite hits (“Playboys of the Southwestern World”, anyone?) but it’s sure to be a good show even though it’s on short notice.

Will you head down to the Cowboys Dancehall tomorrow morning for a chance to see one of these surprise tour dates? Don’t forget a valid photo ID, and say hi to the country star for me!

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Shannon Ratliff About the author:
Shannon made her way to Austin, Texas by way of Boulder, Colorado. She fell in love with country music in the third grade when her crush, Leo, serenaded her with Alan Jackson's "Gone Country", and she hasn't looked back since.
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