There's a big show coming to Bangor next summer. Who could it be?

Maine Savings Amphitheater is gearing up for another big summer on the Bangor Waterfront. The first announcement of the 2023 season is coming Monday morning, at 10 A.M.

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Who's coming to town? We can't say just yet. What we can say is you're going to want the Q106.5 App. We'll be giving listeners a shot at winning tickets to the show before you can even buy them.

The possibilities are endless as to who may be plotting a trip to Bangor this summer. Very few country artists have unveiled their summer plans, so far. Thomas Rhett has big plans, but will be only getting as close as Boston on his Home Team Tour 23.

Luke Combs also appears to only traveling as far as Massachusetts on his massive 2023 trek around the country. His show at Gillette Stadium, July 22, 2023. The show will have an incredible line-up of performers. On the bill is Riley "Duckman" Green, Lainey Wilson, Flatland Cavalry, and Brent Cobb.

Lainey Wilson already has plans to make a tour stop in Maine next year. The "Heart Like A Truck" singer's Country With A Flare Tour stops at Aura in Portland, February 5, 2023. Ben Chapman and Meg McRee will open the show. Tickets have since sold-out.

Also selling out a show in Portland next summer is Tyler Childers. If you weren't in on the pre-sale opportunities, tickets were nearly impossible it get. While not on the massive scale of Taylor Swift, getting tickets to see Tyler Childers on the road next year was competitive. TC's Send in the Hounds Tour sold-out in minutes Friday morning. Few tickets were left when the general public on-sale hit at 9 A.M. The remaining tickets were quickly purchased, hopefully by actual fans.

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