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Billy Ray Cyrus and Monday night Eagles tickets

By Dan Steinberg


The Redskins are e-mailing fans on the waiting list and fans who already own season tickets to let them know about Billy Ray Cyrus performing the national anthem on Monday night, and also about the visiting team and sponsor returns. Act now.

The team's Web site lists Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tim McGraw, Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, Wale and Chuck Brown as other national recording artists who've played at FedEx Field games.


By Dan Steinberg  | November 9, 2010; 2:59 PM ET
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wait, i'm confused... are they trying to discourage people from attending this game? b/c billy ray cyrus + dysfunctional redskins does not a fun evening make.

Posted by: grizneta | November 9, 2010 3:14 PM | Report abuse

Looks like they are having trouble selling the Penn State tickets. Lots of advertising and incentives that they didn't need for the Tech game, which sold out.

Posted by: TheOtherGuyInSection117 | November 9, 2010 4:31 PM | Report abuse

I can't say I'm surprised there are a lot of tickets (presumably) remaining for PSU-Indiana. While PSU is relatively close to DC in the broad view of things, if you're from Pennsylvania (or, say, Northern Md.) and a PSU fan why not just go to Happy Valley to see them. As for Indiana - there cannot be too many IU grads in the DC area.

Posted by: gkronenberg | November 9, 2010 5:38 PM | Report abuse

Can someone please tell me more about this "Inside the Beltway parking?" That's what jumped out at me when I got the email.

Posted by: stevorama1 | November 10, 2010 9:43 AM | Report abuse

I wonder if he plays achy breaky heart..............

Posted by: jbanks979 | November 10, 2010 10:53 AM | Report abuse

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