Chris Stapleton to Headline First Concert at Globe Life Field on March 14, 2020
By Susan Schrock, Office of Communication
Posted on October 23, 2019, October 23, 2019


The Texas Rangers and Live Nation announced Wednesday that country music superstar Chris Stapleton will headline the first concert at Globe Life Field on March 14, 2020.

Stapleton’s All American Road Show, which will feature special guests Willie Nelson & Family, Jamey Johnson and Yola, will be the first event at the Rangers’ new 40,000-seat, air-conditioned ballpark in Arlington. The Rangers made other announcements on Wednesday, including the completion of the final retractable roof truss, installation of the first seats, and a new logo to commemorate the inaugural season.

The Texas Rangers and Live Nation announced Wednesday that country music superstar Chris Stapleton will headline the first concert at Globe Life Field on March 14, 2020.

“We are ecstatic to host Chris Stapleton, Willie Nelson & Family, Jamey Johnson & Yola for the first event at our beautiful new facility in Arlington, Globe Life Field. We have had March 14, 2020 circled on the calendar for months now and can’t wait for this special Grand Opening,” said Sean Decker, Rangers’ senior vice president of operations & events.

Tickets for the concert will go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov.1 at www.LiveNation.com. For more information visit www.StapletonFanClub.com.

On Wednesday, the Rangers also unveiled new logos to celebrate the inaugural season and inaugural event at Globe Life Field. Stickers bearing the design were distributed to the approximately 1,400 employees working to build the $1.2 billion ballpark, which is now approximately 82 percent complete.

On Wednesday, the Rangers also unveiled new logos to celebrate the inaugural season and inaugural event at Globe Life Field. Stickers bearing the design were distributed to the approximately 1,400 employees working to build the $1.2 billion ballpark, which is now approximately 82 percent complete.

Workers have also started taking apart the Manitowoc 31,000, the largest American-made conventional crawler crane that was used to help install the 24-million-pound retractable roof and other components of the ballpark. The crane should be removed from the infield within the next seven to 10 days, team officials said.

Workers have also started taking apart the Manitowoc 31,000, the largest American-made conventional crawler crane that was used to help install the 24-million-pound retractable roof and other components of the ballpark.

Check out the most recent edition of Home Plate Update to read more inside news about Globe Life Field in Arlington.

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