Main Stage

Miller Lite Main Stage shows are free with paid admission to the Fair. Additionally, a limited quantity of special seating tickets called VIP & Elite VIP are available to purchase for each show, while supplies last. what are VIP & Elite VIP Seats?

2018 Acts

Thursday, July 19

8 pm

Come see the Tesla concert on July 19

Tesla

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Since the 80s, hard rock band Tesla has sold more than 25 million albums and performed for sold-out crowds around the world. Their first album—Mechanical Resonance—is platinum-certified and the group gained an international following while touring with Def Leppard. They recently re-released the album with remastered live renditions, as well as a new single “Save That Goodness.” Tesla’s top songs include: “Little Suzi,” “Love Song,” and “Signs.”

$20 VIP Tickets are sold out

Friday, July 20

8 pm

Tickets are now on sale for the Vertical Horizon & Sister Hazel concert on July 20

Vertical Horizon & Sister Hazel

Vertical Horizon started rocking stages in the 1990s, gaining in popularity with its 1999 album: “Everything You Want.” The album sold over two million copies and the single of the same name reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Other top hits include “You’re a God” and “Best I Ever Had (Grey Sky Morning),” which was remade by Gary Allan and became a 2005 top 10 country hit. Vertical Horizon’s most recent album was released this year. The band collaborated with famous artists, including Rush drummer, Neil Peart. Decades later, fans are still drawn to the band’s high-energy shows—it’s an experience you won’t want to miss.

For more than 20 years, Sister Hazel has wooed crowds with musical skill that only comes with time, talent, and commitment. The band is known for top hits, including: “All For You,” “Change Your Mind,” and “Roll on Bye” from their 2018 EP “Water”. The band has a reputation for writing fun, uplifting songs but doesn’t associate with a specific type of music. They play country, southern rock, pop, acoustic, and alternative, pulling from their Nashville ties, collaborating with Darius Rucker. Even after years of rocking, the group feels they just keep getting better as artists and songwriters.

Saturday, July 21

8 pm

Tickets are now on sale for the Warrent concert on July 21

Warrant

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Warrant was founded in 1983 by teenagers Erik Turner and Jerry Dixon. The band’s first album—which includes “Sometimes She Cries” and “Heaven”—sold over three million copies and launched them into MTV stardom. Their sophomore album, Cherry Pie, spawned the massive hit by the same name, and the band became one of the top-grossing touring acts of 1991. Albums released in 2011 and 2017 put the band back on top Billboard music charts, and their recently recorded cover of Merle Haggard’s “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink” has been named the official song of the Professional Bull Riding Association. After more than three decades of rock, Warrant still tours all over the country.

Sunday, July 22

6 pm

Tickets are now on sale for The Guess Who concert on July 22

The Guess Who

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The Guess Who is bringing classic rock to the Fair, with a concert that will include Top 40 Hits like “These Eyes,” “Clap for the Wolfman,” and “American Woman.” They first found success in the late 1960s and haven’t left the spotlight since. They gained international fame for their live performances and were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 1987. The Guess Who appeals to and is recognized by all generations, so see them at the Fair with your friends of all ages.

VIP seating $20

Elite VIP seating $75

Only 60 seats available

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Audio Visual at the Fair

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