Before playing Raymond James Stadium, Old Dominion announces Thursday pop-up show in Ybor City

The band opens for Kenny Chesney on Saturday.

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Old Dominion is helping Kenny Chesney kick off his stadium tour this weekend at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium, but fans have a chance to see the reigning CMA and ACM "Group of the Year" up close and personal before that.

Today, Old Dominion announced a free pop-up show set for Thursday, April 21 at Crowbar in Ybor City. Doors are at 6:30 p.m., and fans who want to get in on tickets must signup via A limited number of tickets are available, and only 298 people can legally fit into Crowbar (at least 50,000 folks can fit into RayJay for a concert).

And shortly after the news went live, Crowbar owner Tom DeGeorge said the show is totally sold-out. No hard feelings, OK?

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