Staples Center will kick off its 20th anniversary celebration with country star Kane Brown

Country singer-songwriter Kane Brown will kick-off Staples Center’s 20th anniversary celebration. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)
Brown’s headlining turn on Friday, Oct. 18 will officially launch a yearlong celebration of the milestone.

Staples Center will celebrate its 20th anniversary later this year and the iconic venue, which is also home to the Lakers, Clippers, Sparks and Kings, has tapped country music singer-songwriter Kane Brown to commemorate the milestone on Friday, Oct. 18.

The concert will officially kick off a year-long celebration of the venue that opened on Oct. 17, 1999 with a sold-out performance by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Staples Center will host a number of special nights dedicated to highlighting specific moments that have taken place over the past two decades.

“We are thrilled to have Kane Brown headline Staples Center as part of our 20th anniversary celebration,” Lee Zeidman, president of Staples Center, Microsoft Theater and L.A. Live said via a press release. “It is pretty remarkable to think that Kane was just shy of turning six-years-old when we opened our doors in 1999 and now he will be a huge part of us ushering in the next generation of extraordinary talent to headline our arena.”

Brown is a three-time American Music Award winner and cross-over country star that is known for hits like “Used to Love You Sober,” “Heaven,” “Lose It” and “What Ifs,” which features Lauren Alaina.

Tickets start at $20 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, July 26, via There are also exclusive pre-sales available through Staples Center, Go Country 105.1 FM and Kane Brown’s official fan club.

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