Growing up in Grand Forks, I have seen a lot of great concerts over the years at the Red River Valley Fair in West Fargo, North Dakota.  Martina McBride, The Band Perry, Tim McGraw and so many more.  This year I'm excited for one show in particular.  Somebody who has slipped under my radar over the years, but is so GOOD!  I'm talking about Chris Young.  He'll be taking the stage along with Michael Ray on Saturday, July 10th.

Chris Young has had many hits over the years including his latest "Famous Friends", "Getting You Home", "Think of You", "Who I am With You", "Aw Naw" and so many more.  I know he'll put on quite a show.

Saturday, July 17th classic country artist Trace Adkins will be performing.  Trace Adkins has had his share of hits over the years, including, "You're Gonna Miss This", "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk", "No Thinkin' Thing' and so many more.

Those are two country acts that has been announced so far.  The Red River Valley Fair does have some other open nights available, so you can expect at least a couple more shows to be added, possibly country shows.

Other acts performing at the Red River Valley Fair include, Skillet, Styx, Ratt, Cinderella & Kix.

The Red River Valley Fair will run Friday, July 9th to Sunday, July 18th.  If you would like to purchase tickets to the different events, you can do so HERE! 

US 103-3 Your Country Concert Leader will have tickets for you to win of course!


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