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Craig Campbell and Colton Dixon Announced as Postgame Performers for Country Night and Faith and Family Day

December 18, 2018 - NBA G League (G League) - Iowa Wolves News Release

Des Moines, Iowa - In partnership with Service Legends, the Iowa Wolves today announced postgame performers for Country Night and Faith and Family Day. Country singer-songwriter Craig Campbell will perform postgame on Friday, Feb. 1. Former American Idol contestant Colton Dixon will entertain the postgame crowd on Sunday, March 3.

Campbell, a native of Lyons, Ga., was featured on NBC's Today and Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular. His string of singles and two albums have earned comparisons to neo-traditional icons like Alan Jackson and Randy Travis along with regular playing time at the Grand Ole Opry. With over one billion radio airplay audience impressions to date, Campbell looks to build off his decade-long career with his latest single "See You Try," written by Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard.

Born in Murfreesboro, Tenn., Dixon first caught the public's attention on season 11 of American Idol, using his dynamic vocal range and upfront spirituality to secure a seventh-place finish. Dixon has since released three full albums including his debut album, A Messenger, which quickly rose to No. 15 on the Billboard Top 200 and No. 1 on the Christian Album Chart.

Tickets are now available for Country Night and Faith and Family Day at https://bit.ly/2SbKG2J. Fans may use the corresponding codes "NASH" for Country Night and "LIFE" for Faith and Family Day to receive a special ticket offer. For $20, fans will receive a game ticket, hot dog, soda and postgame concert access to Country Night. For $12, fans will receive a game ticket, hot dog, chips, soda and postgame concert access to Faith and Family Day.


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