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Donald Trump Jr. is coming to Bossier City, LA to host a campaign rally, concert, and fundraiser in support of Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry's run for the governor's mansion.

Why is Donald Trump Jr. coming to Bossier City, LA?

Good question, but I'm not about to get upset about it because I'm a fan of his. Trump Jr. will be in Bossier City next week for a campaign rally/concert in support of Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry who is running for Governor of Louisiana. The event will take place on Wednesday, September 13th at The Stage at Silver Star and will also feature performances by country superstars Gary Levox from Rascal Flatts and Tracy Lawrence. Doors will open at 5:30 pm and the evening will officially get started at 6:30 pm.



 

How can I get tickets to see Donald Trump Jr. when he's in Bossier City?

I had to do some searching, but I found out that you can purchase tickets for the rally for $50 online at Louisiana First Fund. In case you were wondering, this is the second Trump-style rally that Landry has organized. The last one was in August at the Texas Club in Baton Rouge, LA. That event featured Tracy Lawrence, John Rich, and Craig Morgan. 


 


It's important to note I'm not endorsing Jeff Landry, or any other candidate. Neither are any of our radio statins. I'm simply excited for the opportunity to meet Donald Trump Jr. and see a great show. However, I'm all about making sure your voice is heard! With that being said, the deadline to register to vote in Louisiana is September 13th if you plan to register in person, by mail, or at an OMV office. If you plan to register online, you have until September 23. Early voting for the October 14th Gubernatorial primary starts September 30th. Learn more by visiting GeauxVote.com.

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