Roots & Boots Tour - Sammy Kershaw, Collin Raye & Aaron Tippin
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Date: July 10, 2019
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The Roots and Boots 90’s Electric Throwdown Tour featuring Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin and Collin Raye will be playing at the 2019 Northern Wisconsin State Fair on Wednesday, July 10 on Leinenkugel's Main Stage at 8pm!

Tickets are NOW ON SALE Online at the Fair Box Office!

Ticket Prices (Will Increase by $5 Day of Show):
VIP Experience $125.00/person (includes front 3 rows Premium Seat)
Premium Seating (Front 4 – 10 rows) $40.00
Reserve Seating (remaining seats in infield: $30.00
Grandstand Seating Free

Note, all concert tickets increase $5.00 day of show. Reserve and Premium Seating do not include general fair admission. General fair admission must be purchased separately.

VIP Area Experience

With a limited amount of tickets, 50 to be exact, enjoy the following from 5-10 pm on Wednesday, July 10:
  • 1 Premium Seat in Front 3 Rows (NEW to VIP this Year!)
  • 1 Adult General Fair Admission Ticket
  • A catered meal
  • Refreshments (beer, wine, soda, and water)
  • Independent lounge area
  • Restrooms w/ A/C
  • Separate Entry/Exit to VIP Area 5pm-10pm

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Three of the biggest names in country music history, Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin and Collin Raye, are making a visit to the 2019 Northern Wisconsin State Fair with their Roots and Boots Tour on Wednesday, July 10 at 8pm on the Leinenkugel's Main Stage!

With several hit singles from all three acts, this will be a unique opportunity to see all three in one concert together!

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Roots & Boots Tour - Sammy Kershaw, Collin Raye & Aaron Tippin
July 10, 2019 | 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
07/10 Roots & Boots 90's Electric Throwdown - VIP Experience
07/10 Roots & Boots 90's Electric Throwdown - VIP Experience
July 10, 2019 | 8:00 PM
NEW VIP Experience: Includes FRONT OF STAGE SEATING, Fair admission, separated from general public, catered meal, beer, wine, soda, private restroom with A/C, and separate entry/exit to VIP area 5pm-10pm.
07/10 Roots & Boots 90's Electric Throwdown - Premium and Reserve Seating
07/10 Roots & Boots 90's Electric Throwdown - Premium and Reserve Seating
July 10, 2019 | 8:00 PM
July 10, 2019: Sammy Kershaw, Collin Raye, Aaron Tippin. For ADA seats call our office: 715.723.2861 ext. 104. Concert Tickets do NOT include Fair Admission. You must purchase a General Admission ticket to enter the fairgrounds.
2019 Adult 5 Day Admission
2019 Adult 5 Day Admission
A $30 SAVINGS. This ticket can only be scanned once and must be presented to the main gate to obtain your 5-day wristband for re-admittance July 10-14 to the 2019 Northern Wisconsin State Fair. This DOES NOT include rides. Only general admission.
2019 Adult Fair Gate Admission
2019 Adult Fair Gate Admission
General Admission is valid for ONE DAY during fair, July 10-14, 2019. You must present this ticket to enter the fairgrounds.

Artist Bios

Sammy Kershaw

The music business is an ever-changing model, and Sammy Kershaw has seen it all. From consolidations with radio and record companies to the digital era that we are now in, he admits that he wondered if there was still a place for his Pure Country sound. “I don’t know if the fire ever left,” he says, “but I had some doubts for a while if people still wanted to hear my music, or if radio would still play my music anymore.” Then, one day, it all became as clear to Sammy as the first time he had ever heard George Jones or Mel Street sing. “One Saturday morning, I’m sitting on my bus listening to the radio, and this old Johnny Paycheck song comes on called “Old Violin.” That’s how I felt–like an old violin, fixin’ to be put away and never played again.” Hearing that song was a surreal moment for Sammy. “Then,” he recalls, “the last line in the song came on, and it said “We’ll give our all to music, and we’ll give our life.” That took me back to when I was twelve years old, and in a bar room singing my first Country song, which was “Is Anybody Goin’ To San Antone.” It took me back to that time in my life, and that line changed my mind set in an instant.” It wasn‟t about the charts or the record label—it was about the creative spark. “I thought to myself, radio might not ever play me again, and people might not want to hear me, but I need to do some new music—for me.”

Aaron Tippin

Twenty-Five years – a huge career accomplishment, especially in the music business. Aaron Tippin – who marks his silver anniversary as a recording artist this year – admits that he looks at his career longevity with a little bit of amazement.

“I think about it and go ‘Wow. What am I doing still here?’ I look at the flight that we took off in,” referring to his fellow newcomers at the time of his career launch. “A lot of them are gone, it seems. Some quit by choice. Some ran out from under it, but to be here twenty-five years doing it, I am the luckiest hillbilly that ever lived.”

Tippin says that nobody was any more surprised that he got an invitation to join the roster of Nashville powerhouse RCA back in 1990 than him. In fact, at the time he inked his deal, he had almost given up hope of success as a vocalist, concentrating on his budding career as a songwriter – with cuts from the likes of The Kingsmen, Mark Collie, and Charley Pride.

“I thought my chances were gone. I came to town when I was about twenty-five years old. I had been seriously trying to get a record deal for about three or four years. I just thought ‘Man, this ain’t gonna happen.’ I really had settled into songwriting, and my songs started to get recognized. One of the gals down at RCA – Mary Martin heard me singing my demos. She said ‘Who is that?’ They said, ‘That’s that Tippin guy down there who writes for Acuff / Rose – the muscle guy.’ She said ‘That’s hillbilly. That’s country. Let me hear what else he’s got. I want to meet him.”

Collin Raye

Born Floyd Elliot Wray on August 22, 1960 in De Queen, Arkansas, country artist Collin Raye was one of the true hit makers of the 1990’s. Collin still continues to crank out soulful, heartfelt material with the honesty and richness that is signature to his vocals alone. With 24 top ten records, 16 #1 hits, and having been a 10 time male vocalist of the year nominee (5 CMA and 5 ACM), this truly electrifying performer of his era remains one of the great voices of our time.

Collin Raye is nothing if not passionate. His soulful delivery has set country standards in such searing ballads as “Love, Me,” “In This Life,” “Not That Different” and “If I were you”. Always an energizing showman, he has also blazed through such vivid rockers as “My Kind of Girl,” “That’s My Story,” “I Can Still Feel You” and “I Want You Bad.”

Collin shot to fame with “Love, Me” in 1991. Listeners were so moved by this golden and pure voice that this song set the cornerstone for a career built on meaningful and emotional songs that have often been used for weddings, anniversaries, memorial services and funerals. When “Little Rock”, an anthem for those struggling with addiction recovery, hit the chart in 1994, its video led to over 100,000 phone calls to Alcoholics Anonymous from folks seeking help in their addictions. “Not That Different” was a song that pleaded for tolerance. “In This Life” became a wedding favorite, and “I Think About You” won awards for its song and video which exposed the exploitation of women and children.

Collin Raye has consistently used his stardom to advance social causes. Among the organizations he has supported are Boys Town, First Steps, Al-Anon, Special Olympics, Country Cares About AIDS, Catholic Relief Services, Parade of Pennies, Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, The Tennessee Task Force Against Domestic Violence, The Emily Harrison Foundation, Childhelp USA, Silent Witness National Initiative, Easter Seals, The Life and Hope Network, and Make a Difference Day. It came as no surprise when in 2001 at the Country Radio Seminar, Clint Black presented Collin Raye with the organization’s Humanitarian of the Year award in recognition of Collin’s issue-oriented music and his tireless charity work.

The man who has topped the charts with such great songs as “On the Verge,” “One Boy, One Girl,” “What the Heart Wants,” “Every Second”, “That Was a River”, “Anyone Else”, and “If I were you” continues to touch hearts across the globe in both traditional and new ways . Collin Raye’s new outreach is very personal. In 2010, after the loss of his precious 10 year old grandchild, Haley, Collin and his daughter Britanny (Haley’s mother) established The Haley Bell Blessed Chair Foundation to honor her memory. The Foundation supports and assists families of the cognitively and physically disabled with a primary emphasis on supplying wheelchairs and other necessary medical equipment to elevate the quality of life for the disabled family member in need. Collin wrote a very special song for Haley called, “She’s with me”, which carries a powerful message for families of special needs children. Additionally, in 2011 Collin released his first inspirational album, His Love Remains, which quickly shot to #1 on Amazon for inspirational and religious music. In 2013, Collin released his latest album, “Still on the Line“, which is a tribute album to his longtime friend and country music legend, Glen Campbell, who continues to battle Alzheimer’s Disease. The album, featuring Ricky Skaggs and Billy Dean, includes classic Glen Campbell hits. Collin continues to perform his traditional country music across America and abroad and has added Christian and Catholic concerts to his tour schedule as well. His autobiography, A Voice Undefeated, was released April 2014. He currently resides in Nashville, TN with his daughter, Britanny and granddaughter, Mattie.



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