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?

Jayson Promotions logoThe Waukesha County Fair Association congratulates Jayson Promotions, Inc. on celebrating 35 years of talent management. The Fair has partnered with Jayson Promotions for over two decades to select the Main Stage entertainment annual at its event.

2020 ticket holders, click to find information about your tickets and refunds.

2021 Acts

Thursday, July 22

8 pm

Sawyer Brown concert tickets on sale now for July 22, 2021 concert

Sawyer Brown

Kicking off their journey in the country music scene back in the early 80s, Sawyer Brown and their legendary hits continue to impact generations across the globe still today. With more than 50 chart topping singles across 23 albums, a repertoire of awards on their shelves, and more than a million miles in their rearview, Sawyer Brown and their driven excitement to perform for their revered fans hasn’t come close to hitting the brakes yet. The band’s live shows are legendary. Having been described as the “Rolling Stones of Country Music,” they provide high-energy performances, making fans of all ages relate to so many aspects of their storied songs.

“The Race is On” (1989) as Sawyer Brown takes the stage at the Waukesha County Fair on Thursday, July 16 at 8 p.m. The band prides itself on telling stories and creating connections through some of their classic songs such as “All These Years” (1992), “Some Girls Do” (1992), and “Thank God for You” (1993).

Sawyer Brown takes us on a legendary journey of a true “Travelin’ Band” (2011). You won’t want to miss a second of this!

VIP seating $25

Elite VIP seating $75

Friday, July 23

8 pm

Ratt concert tickets on sale now for July 23, 2021 concert


Rocking out for more than three decades, lead singer/songwriter Stephen Pearcy and his RATT bandmates helped pioneer the 1980’s Sunset Strip sound and scene, which has been legendary in Hollywood. RATT continues to set the stage for metal and rock bands today, having sold more than fifteen million records in the U.S. alone. Since 1983, RATT’s first four records went platinum, selling out concert arenas worldwide.

Pearcy and the entire RATT band come to the Waukesha County Fair as our Friday headliner, performing legendary songs from their 1984 debut album, “Out of the Cellar,” which went over three times platinum behind the hits, “Round & Round,” “Back for More,” and “Wanted Man.” Enjoy fan favorites from their more recent records, “Collage” in 1997 and “RATT” in 1999, along with songs from their latest return-to-form record, “Infestation,” in 2010.

Join us as these heavy metal icons continue to rock the world, performing hits from their storied collection – Get ready to RATT and Roll!

VIP seating $25

Elite VIP seating $75

The Waukesha County Fair Association reserves the right to change or modify prices at any time.


The Waukesha County Fair is the only official, authorized seller of any and all concert tickets for entertainment at the 2021 Waukesha County Fair, July 21-25. If you purchase tickets from a ticket broker or third party, the Waukesha County Fair makes no guarantees that the purchased ticket is valid. The Waukesha County Fair reserves the right to confiscate the ticket and deny admission to the event. We do not offer refunds or exchanges of any kind on counterfeit concert ticket purchases. In the event of a concert cancellation, we will offer a refund to ticketholders with valid tickets. General admission Fair passes are non-refundable regardless of circumstances.

Audio Visual at the Fair

The Waukesha County Fair prohibits any photography, audio transmission, video transmission, audio recording, and/or video recording of any kind on the premises without the express, written consent of the Executive Director or President of the Waukesha County Fair Board. Violators may be subject to removal from the premises, confiscation of equipment/media, and/or referral to law enforcement authorities.