Tickets: $10 in advance or $15 at the door
Three Nashville acts will perform at the Black Hills Stock Show in a new event called the Stock Show Stampede. The Stampede will feature two nights of entertainment starting Friday, Feb. 1 and Saturday, Feb. 2 with live music starting at 8 pm and continuing throughout the night till closing time at 2:00 am. If you enjoy good music and a fun time, you will not be disappointed at the Stampede Bar located in the James Kjerstad Event Center.
Friday night will start with country newcomer Greg Bates. Bates' current single "Did it for the Girl" was top 5 on both the Mediabase and Billboard Country Charts in December. Bates a singer, songwriter and guitarist was born and raised in Nashville, TN. His follow up singe "Fill in the Blank" ships to radio January 22. Bates an accomplished songwriter, wrote solo or co-wrote every song on his debut record. He has been a regular performer on the Grand Ole Opry since April 2012.
Dustin Lynch will follow Bates at the Stampede. Lynch has two hits charted on country radio including; Cowboys and Angels and She Cranks My Tractor. Lynch's self-titled album was released in august and debut at the number one spot for country albums.
On Saturday night, Randy Hauser will take the stage. Houser has hits such as "How Country Feel", "Boots On" and "Whistlin' Dixie" Housers highly anticipated album "How Country Feel" is scheduled to hit stores nationwide on Tuesday, January 22.
Closing the night off will be local band, The Beerslingers. Music will begin at 8 pm and go till closing time. Advanced tickets for the event are $10 per night or $15 at the door. Buy them now and enjoy the stampede at the Black Hills Stock Show!