Bentley goes home for Super Bowl
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
– Dierks Bentley is going home this weekend.
With Super Bowl Sunday looming, Bentley is going back to Phoenix for a variety of appearances.
He will play in the Waste Management Phoenix Open Annexus Pro-Am today before hosting a pre Super Bowl bash at his bar "Whiskey Row" on Friday. He also will take the stage as part of CBS Radio's "The Night Before" lineup with Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line.
On game day, Bentley will perform from the official NFL tailgate will be televised as part of NBC's pre-game show.
"It's going to be a fun weekend in my hometown," said Bentley. "There are a lot of country fans in the Valley and we are looking forward to taking over this week. I'm excited to have a lot of friends from Nashville in town and to be a part of some of the big events around the game."
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