UNIVERSAL ORLANDO GOES A LITTLE BIT COUNTRY AS MUSIC STAR JOSH TURNER
TAKES THE STAGE AT THE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Summer Concert Series Runs Every Saturday Night Through July 14
Universal Orlando’s Summer Concert Series continues this weekend as country music star Josh Turner performs live at Universal Studios Florida.
Turner burst onto the country music scene in 2003 with his debut album, “Long Black Train.” The album’s single, “Long Black Train,” spent more than 40 weeks on the Billboard country charts. In 2006, Turner was invited to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry, making him the second youngest country singer to date ever to be inducted. Turner’s most notable hits include “Your Man,” “Would You Go With Me,” and “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” which was the most played song on country radio in 2010 and earned him an American Country Award for “Singer of the Year – Male.” Turner’s fifth studio album, “Punching Bag,” was released this month.
Universal Orlando’s Summer Concert Series is included in admission to Universal Studios and gives guests the opportunity to add a major concert to a day of theme park thrills. This year’s star- lineup features top-name talent that will appeal to fans of every music genre. The full list of upcoming acts is below.
SUMMER CONCERT SERIES 2012 LINEUP
|June 23||Josh Turner|
|June 30||Al Green|
|July 7||Lupe Fiasco|
Guests can also experience Universal Studios’ brand-new entertainment experiences – Universal’s Superstar Parade and Universal’s Cinematic Spectacular – 100 Years of Movie Memories. Before the concert, Universal’s Superstar Parade will roll through the streets and transform into a theme-park-wide performance stage as today’s most beloved stories and characters bring new adventure and excitement to guests. After the concert, Universal’s Cinematic Spectacular – a nighttime show that takes guests on a journey filled with powerful movie moments – will unfold across the park’s central lagoon.
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