An Evening with Alabama

BUY-NOW-ButtonUntitled-1Alabama joins the lineup on the State Fair Main Stage presented by Potawatomi.

Bringing back a long-time Fair tradition, legendary country band Alabama will return to the Wisconsin State Fair for the first time in 13 years to help bring the Fair to a close on Sunday, Aug. 10. After Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook left their home in Fort Payne, Ala. to spend the next six years playing bar gigs and collecting tips, the trio of young cousins signed their first record deal in 1977. They immediately changed the face of country music with a staggering 21 straight No. 1 singles, including “Tennessee River,” “Mountain Music” and “Dixieland Delight” – a record unmatched in any other genre.

AlabamaAlabama has inspired many great country acts as part of their amazing legacy, which comprises more than 150 major industry nods including two Grammys, several Entertainer of the Year awards, the Academy of Country Music’s Artist of the Decade award, and the Recording Industry Association of America’s Country Group of the Century award. After performing at the State Fair nearly every year from 1982-1995, Alabama is back.

An Evening with Alabama will begin at 6:00 p.m. and tickets will be $39 and $29. All TRACK TICKETS for this show will be GENERAL ADMISSION, STANDING ROOM ONLY. There will be no reserved track seating for this show. Reserved seating will begin in the lower grandstand, and both track general admission and lower grandstand reserved seats will be $39. Upper grandstand reserved seats will be $29. All Main Stage tickets INCLUDE FAIR ADMISSION when purchased prior to entering the Fair Park.

Tickets for this show are ON SALE NOW at WiStateFair.com and the Fair Ticket Office. The Ticket Office is located at 7722 W. Greenfield Ave. and is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Service fees apply to all online orders and purchasers will have print-at-home or mail-order options. Or, click the “BUY NOW” button above to purchase tickets.

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