A most special Brice Valentine's Day gig, for two couples anyway
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
– Valentine's Day proved to be a special day for two couples attending a Lee Brice show in Brookings, S.D.
That's because they got engaged.
Brice pulled one couple on stage during his hit "I Don't Dance," while the other couple was popped the question at Brice's pre-show meet and greet.
Brice continues his "Life Off My Years" tour in March, with dates scheduled the Boston, Philadelphia and Milwaukee. Brice plays the Opry Feb. 23 before heading to Honolulu for a two-show run with Jerrod Niemann.
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