- We all know someone named Brad.
Whether it’s the barista that always adds ~flavor~ to the spelling of your name or the cute guy on the treadmill of the RPAC whom you’ve never actually talked to, we all know a Brad. While it’s true that you are what you eat, you are also a reflection of those you spend time with. So, my advice to you? Become friends with Brad. Or at least get him to spell your name right the next time you’re in line for coffee because then you can tell everyone this week you’re friends with Brad, and naturally everyone will assume it’s Brad Paisley. Trust us on this one.
- We’ve all asked the “free soul” next door to unplug his guitar from the aux cord.
When the neighbor is jamming out at midnight, playing the intro to “Smoke on the Water” for the twelfth time in a row:
Five minutes later when you let him know you have clinical at 6am and need to get some sleep:
- We all low-key have wondered the real reason why Brad Paisley always wears a cowboy hat.
Is it a trend? Was it ever trendy? Does he secretly have eternal bed head? What secret is he hiding underneath that canvas-brimmed headwear?
Well guys (and gals), I have a pretty strong theory on this one: Nobody wears hats – let alone a cowboy hat – that regularly. If you don’t believe me, Google him. The. Same. Cowboy. Hat. In every possible scenario in every possible location at every possible time of the day. And night. So here’s what I’m thinking is with this whole hat thing: he’s securing the chance of a lifetime for you to come see him here at Ohio State.
Doors are at 7pm, show starts at 8 on September 15. No tickets or BuckID required, so join us in rocking out with Brad Paisley in the Northwest Lot of Ohio Stadium! This event is strictly BYOF (Bring Your Own Flannel), so no funny business, folks. We look forward to a great night, see you Thursday!
**Update: If you’re not sure what to bring/not bring to the concert, keep this in mind…
ALLOWED: Blankets, umbrellas, chairs.
PROHIBITED: Coolers, alcohol, food (there will be food trucks)
Bring your boots, leave the booze. See you there.
Written by: Rania Khamees