Online tickets available Tuesday for 4-H Fair acts
JANESVILLE—Tickets for four main stage concerts at the Rock County 4-H Fair go on sale at noon Tuesday.
Concertgoers must purchase general admission tickets for the following concerts:
-- George Thorogood on Tuesday, July 22.
-- Danielle Bradbery and The Swon Brothers on Wednesday, July 23.
-- Scotty McCreery on Thursday, July 24.
-- Clare Bowen and Charles Esten on Saturday, July 26.
Neither the Friday, July 25 concert featuring Lonestar nor the Sunday, July 27 grandstand entertainment, which is still to be announced, will require separate tickets.
New this year, people can buy a ticket for each concert plus a season fair pass.
This year's fair runs from July 22-27.
The entertainment lineup includes:
-- Tuesday, July 22: Classic rocker George Thorogood and his longtime band The Destroyers will bring their hits “Who Do You Love,” “I Drink Alone,” “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer,” “Move It On Over,” and “Bad To The Bone” on their “40 Years Strong” tour.
-- Wednesday, July 23: The Swon Brothers with Danielle Bradbery.
Brothers Zach Swon and Colton Swon are a country music duo from Muskogee, Okla. In 2013, they finished in third place on the fourth season of NBC's “The Voice.” Newly signed to the Arista Nashville record label, the brothers returned to “The Voice” in December to perform “Later On,” the first taste of their upcoming album, according to their website.
Joining them will be 17-year-old Danielle Bradbery, who is the youngest winner ever on “The Voice.” The Texas native released her first single “Heart of Dixie” to country radio in July.
-- Thursday, July 23: Scotty McCreery, who in the last two years has become one of country's hottest new stars, with album sales topping 1.6 million. The winner of season 10 of “American Idol,” McCreery's debut album “Clear As Day” became the best-selling country solo album released in 2011.
-- Friday, July 25 (Senior citizen day): Lonestar, which has reunited with original lead singer Richie McDonald and will mark its 20th anniversary with a new album and tour. The band's hits include “Amazed,” “My Front Porch Looking In,” “I'm Already There,” “Smile,” “Tell Her” and “What About Now.”
-- Saturday, July 26: Clare Bowen and Charles Esten, who play Scarlett O'Connor and Deacon Claybourne, respectively, on the ABC television series “Nashville.”
-- Sunday, July 27: Wisconsin Horse Pullers at 10 a.m.; evening grandstand show to be announced.