Parker McCollum Breaks Sales Record At Whitewater Amphitheater – Over 15,500 Tickets Across Three Sold-Out Shows

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Chris Kleinmeier

Damn… that’s a lot of tickets, Parker McCollum.

The lone star state native broke a new sales record at the iconic Whitewater Amphitheater in New Braunfels, Texas, over the weekend.

Parker actually sold exactly 15,500 tickets over three consecutive show dates during this past Fourth of July weekend…. not too shabby, eh?

Artists like Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson have graced the stage at the famous venue before, which is some pretty damn good company for Parker, who became the reigning ACM New Male Artist of the Year back in March.

He also took to Instagram to post about the impressive accomplishment, saying it was an “electric night” at his all-time favorite venue:

“What a weekend. First to ever sell out Whitewater Amphitheater 3 nights in a row.

Absolutely electric every night. My favorite venue in the world. God Bless The USA & God Bless Country Music!”

Dude set off a stampede…

And Parker recently stopped by the Whiskey Riff Raff podcast to talk about  opening for Eric Church, meeting King George, John Mayer’s influence on his music and much more.

You can watch the video below or check out the audio on Spotify and Apple Music.

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