There's going to be big Block Party in Portland, Memorial Day weekend.

Saddle up, Block Party. Priscilla Block is set to return to Portland in May. The "You, Me, And Whiskey" co-singer will return to Aura, May 27. Tickets go on-sale Friday, January 13.

Block was in Portland last year, when she shared the stage at Aura with Parker McCollum. McCollum would later visit Bangor on a headlining trek back in October. Bailey Zimmerman opened the show.

Aura is set to host a couple more country shows in the coming months. Maddie and Tae are hitting the road soon. The "Die From A Broken Heart" singers announced their All Song No Static Tour back in December. The trek will make a stop, April 6. Patrick Murphy will open the show. Tickets are still available.

A sold-out show is on the schedule for Lainey Wilson. The "Heart Like A Truck" singer's Country With A Flare Tour makes a stop at Aura, February 5. Ben Chapman and Meg McRee will open the show. Wilson's run of headlining dates keeps her on the road up to her support dates with Luke Combs. Combs has plotted a trek around the world in 2023, which features a stop at Gillette Stadium, July 22.

Closer to home, the 2023 concert calendar in Bangor is starting to come together. Old Dominion will make a stop at the Cross Insurance Center, April 15. Frank Ray, Kassi Ashton, and Greylan James will open the show.

Back in November, the first country concert of the summer of 2023 at Maine Savings Amphitheater was announced. Kane Brown will bring his Drunk or Dreaming Tour to Bangor, Thursday, June 22. Gabby Barrett and Restless Road will open the show.

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