Country music stars coming to Colorado State Fair in August
Randy Rogers Band and Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry join entertainment lineup
PUEBLO, Colo. — The Colorado State Fair has announced two additional concert headliners: The PRCA Ram Rodeos will feature performances by the Randy Rogers Band and Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry. The 150th State Fair is scheduled from Aug. 26-Sept. 5, 2022.
As a Texas-based band, the Randy Rogers Band brings the dynamic music chemistry of Johnny Chops, Les Lawless and Todd Stewart. This tight-knit group of musicians has been jamming together for 17 years.
Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry is continuing the legacy of his band with partner Troy Gentry, who passed away in 2017. Both performances are sure to please country music fans.
“The 150th Colorado State Fair will be an amazing experience for concert goers and live music lovers of all genres,” said Scott Stoller, general manager of the Colorado State Fair. “We have something for everyone and we can’t wait for you to join us to have fun, be outside, and celebrate Colorado agriculture.”
Tickets for the PRCA Ram Rodeo with Randy Rogers, sponsored by Big R and DeWalt, and the PRCA Ram Rodeo with Eddie Montgomery will be available to the general public on Friday, June 10, at 10 a.m. All fair tickets, including general admission, concert, and rodeo tickets, can be purchased online at etix.com, by phone at 1-800-514-3849, and in-person at the Colorado State Fair box office. Concert tickets purchased through Aug. 25 include general admission to the fair.
Tickets are also available for previously announced concerts, which include Lady A with Priscilla Block, Jim Gaffigan and Walker Hayes. Advance general admission tickets to the fair are already on sale and can be purchased for $8 per day, along with single-day carnival tickets for $32. Both discounted ticket offers are available through Aug. 25. Four additional concerts will be announced at the end of June.
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