Thursday, July 26
“After winning Season Ten of American Idol, McCreery has become one of country music’s hottest stars. His debut album entered at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart with singles “I Love You This Big” and “The Trouble with Girls”. His second album See You Tonight debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart and “See You Tonight” and “Feelin’ It” both reached the Top 10 and were certified Platinum and Gold respectively.
On writing “Five More Minutes” with Rogers and Monty Criswell; “I knew it was a special song,” he says. “I tweeted that day that we just wrote my favorite song I’d ever written.” On its first day of release, “Five More Minutes” was ranked No. 2 on the iTunes country singles chart and No. 9 on the iTunes all-genre singles chart and debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard Country Digital Sales Chart.”
Opening for Scotty McCreery will be Tucker Beathard. Buy your tickets today!
Friday, July 27
With more than 30 million albums sold, 18 million digital single sales, billions of streams and 12 iconic hits combined, 3 Doors Down and Collective Soul are inviting fans aboard The Rock & Roll Express Tour this summer with special guest Soul Asylum on select dates. The amphitheater outing will kick off July 6 in Atlanta, GA and travel to 36 cities across North America before wrapping September 16 in Phoenix, AZ.
“Soul Asylum, Collective Soul and 3 Doors Down, that’s a big night of hits!! I’m looking forward to hopping on the Rock & Roll Express this summer, gonna be fun!” said Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down.
“It’s going to be an exciting summer! Not only are we going to be out with a great band, but also some great friends. I look forward to seeing everyone come out and rock with us, 3 Doors Down, and Soul Asylum,” said Ed Roland of Collective Soul.
Saturday, July 28
Kicking off the night will be Ryan Kinder. For Alabama native Ryan Kinder, it’s all about the music. Whether he dons his favorite boots or rocks his vintage Chuck Taylors when he takes the stage, the music is what demands audiences’ attention and defines this up-and-coming sensation with a soulful Southern sound. “I just let the music do the talking,” says Kinder. Ryan’s debut single “Kiss Me When I’m Down”, where his powerful vocal is rivaled only by his amazing guitar playing, is turning heads and blowing minds. This young up-and-comer is poised for a soaring music career that will keep him on the road, in the spotlight and on the radio.
Carly Pearce takes the stage next. Her first single, “Blame the Whiskey,” has been a listener favorite on Sirius XM’s The Highway over the last year, was named one of Rolling Stones’ “10 Artists to Watch This Summer” and became one of CMT’s “Next Women of Country” in 2016.
Headlining the evening will be Walker Hayes. A confessional, no-nonsense singer-songwriter, and one whose voice and perspective brims with relatability, Hayes is a tried-and-true Nashville standout. He’s an original in a town all-too-often rife with mimicry and compromise. And, now, he has audiences flocking to him in a major way. Conversational, honest and real in song, Hayes’ forthcoming debut album is the voice of a grinder laying it bare. It’s the stories of a man who realized the songs he couldn’t help but write — about family, struggle, vices and the sacrifices we make for a dream — were his and his alone. “It startles some people. Like, ‘Wow, he’s really putting out there,’” Hayes says of the raw songwriting that characterizes boom. and last year’s two break-out 8 Tracks releases. “But, that’s what my heroes did,” he says referencing the Willie’s and Waylon’s and Merle’s of the world. “I can only write something if I truly feel it.”
There’s not a bad seat in the house!
Each ticket includes:
- Fair Admission – 133 Acres of fun – rides, food, animals, exhibits, shopping & more
- Reserved concert seating (based on tickets purchased)
- Access to VIP ONLY beverage tents
- Access to VIP ONLY restrooms
- Parking is always free at the Washington County Fair!
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