Dustin Lynch Brings New Album, Where It’s At, To Fans First With Pop-Up Listening Party Series

Dustin Lynch Brings New Album, Where It’s At, To Fans First With Pop-Up Listening Party Series

Dustin Lynch is giving fans the opportunity to hear his new album first­—weeks before it arrives in stores nationwide on Sept. 9th. The star surprised fans with the first of several #FindWhereItsAt pop-up listening parties on Sunday, Aug. 3 at Bub City in Chicago to reveal tracks from his upcoming album, WHERE IT’S AT. Over the next month, Lynch will travel across the country to preview new music and personally listen to his new album with fans.

The highly personal sophomore album – released by Broken Bow Records – chronicles Lynch’s life over the past two years as he rose from an unknown songwriter to the only new male Country artist to earn a #1 debut album in 2012.

“It’s really exciting to me to get to share my new music with my fans in an up-close-and-personal setting. My fans fuel me and are the reason I get to do what I love for a living. This new album is very personal to me and I wanted to find a way to do something special for the people that have supported my music for the past two years. I’m looking forward to seeing fans I’ve met on the road and meeting some new ones as well!” says Lynch

To add to the excitement, the final three #FindWhereItsAt pop-up listening parties will include an acoustic performance by the platinum-selling star.

It’s easy for fans to join Dustin Lynch at the pop-up listening parties. Simply click HERE and unlock the secret dates and locations by sharing the message via Facebook or Twitter. Fans can also provide an e-mail address to learn more. The ever-changing site will continuously reveal pop-up party dates and locations. So check back often!

WHERE IT’S AT is the sophomore album from platinum-selling artist Dustin Lynch and the follow up to his 2012 #1 self-titled debut. The title track from the new album is Lynch’s second Top 10 single and has already established itself as a fan-favorite with its infectious “yep, yep” hook.

(Photo Credit: Wendy Rydberg)

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