The South Dakota Military Heritage Alliance recently announced another big country concert coming to Sioux Falls this summer. Country music group Little Texas will roll into Sioux Falls on July 24th, as part of the Miles & Lisa Beacom Concert Series.

Pre-sale tickets for the show will be available on Thursday, February 29 at 10 am, with tickets officially going on sale this Friday, March 1st at 10 am.

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Courtesy of Pepper Entertainment:

In 1991, Little Texas emerged as trailblazers in the evolving landscape of country music, introducing their debut album, 'First Time for Everything.' The band quickly ascended to become one of the decade's top vocal groups, with songs exclusively written, recorded, and performed by its members. Boasting thousands of shows and 8 albums (selling over 7 million units), Little Texas earned the title of the "Hardest Working Band in Country Music." They achieved an impressive 12 Top 20 singles, including iconic hits like "Some Guys Have All the Love," "Amy's Back In Austin," "Kick a Little," and "You and Forever and Me," garnering multiple Grammy, CMA, and ACM nominations and winning the ACM for Top Vocal Group in 1994. The band's enduring legacy is exemplified by their pivotal sophomore album, 'Big Time,' certified double-platinum, which produced timeless No. 1 singles like "What Might Have Been," "God Blessed Texas," and "My Love," solidifying Little Texas as 90's country music icons.

-Pepper Entertainment

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Story Sources: Pepper Entertainment Website, E Tix Website, South Dakota Military Heritage Alliance Website

Here Are The 7 Remaining Drive-In Theaters In South Dakota

If you were born last know, in the nineteen hundreds (ugh) may have spent a summer evening in the car watching movies. I don't mean on your phone, I mean at the drive-in movie theater!

If you were in Sioux Falls in the 1970s and '80's you may remember seeing Jaws and Indiana Jones at The East Park or the Starlite Drive-In. Both drive-ins opened just after World War 2. The East Park didn't make it out of the '70s, closing in 1978. The Starlite survived long enough to see the birth of home video, closing in 1985.

Drive-in movies had a bit of a resurgence during the pandemic. They were a way to go out and do something social without getting out of your car.

If you tried one during that time, or you remember the fun of a warm summer evening watching movies on that giant screen there are still places in South Dakota and around Sioux Falls you can do it.

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