The Canyon County Fair & Festival, scheduled for
July 29 – August 1, 2010, will offer FREE concerts with your paid
Fair admission. Reserved seating is available for $20 in advance
and $25 at the gate upon availability (ticket prices include Fair
Tickets are available online at the Fair’s all new website
at www.canyoncountyfair.org. Advance sale tickets will be on sale
until 5:00 p.m. on the night of each performance. Concerts start
at 8:00 p.m. nightly and Simplot Stadium gates open at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets are also available through www.ictickets.com, at all
ICTicket outlets including Treasure Valley TCBY stores, J n’J
Corner Store in Payette, Jack’s Drive-In in Caldwell, or charge
by phone at 208-442-3232.
Thursday, July 29 – The Guess Who
Canada’s first international rock superstar group, The Guess Who
will be bringing their energetic sounds of rock and roll to the
Simplot Stadium. They’ve had 14 Top 40 hits like “No Sugar
Tonight,” “Clap For The Wolfman,” “Star Baby,” and perhaps their
best-known song, “American Woman.”
Friday, July 30 – Keith Anderson
Keith Anderson could be the poster child for the notion that good
things happen to good people. He’s quickly earned the reputation
of being an adept writer and dynamic performer; and his good guy
persona is as widely known as his high energy, let’s-get-this-
party-started live performances. With hits like “Every Time I
Hear Your Name,” “I Still Miss You,” “Picking’ Wildflowers,” and
“XXL.” Keith is sure to have the house rocking’ on Friday night!
Opening for Keith Anderson will be The Harters, a country trio
featuring 3 siblings, Michael, Leslie and Scott.
Saturday, July 31 – Clay Walker
Clay Walker received his first guitar at age 9 and has been
making music ever since. With 10 albums, including a greatest
hits album, Clay Walker is sure to be a favorite at this year’s
Fair. He has charted thirty singles on the country charts,
including four Number One hits: “Dreamin’ With My Eyes Open,” “If
I Could Make a Living,” “This Woman and This Man,” and “Rumor Has
It.” His most recent single is “She Won’t be Lonely Long.” Walker
has participated in several forms of charity to help raise
awareness of multiple sclerosis including his own non-profit
charity, Band Against MS, which he founded in 2003.
Sunday, August 1 – Little River Band
The Little River Band 35th Anniversary Tour is coming to the
Canyon County Fair! Known for their melodic and harmony-based
rock/pop, the Little River Band released their debut album in the
US in 1976. By 1982, the Little River Band became the only act –
from anywhere — to have a top ten US single for six consecutive
years. Their 25th Anniversary Tour brings new energy and
arrangements to their classic hits like “Reminiscing,” “Cool
Change,” “Lonesome Loser,” “Happy Anniversary,” and “Lady” just
to name a few.