The Black Hills Stock Show Concert Series is taking shape, with the announcement of Warren
Zeiders on Thursday, February 1 at the Kjerstad Event Center at the Central States
Warren Zeiders was just 22 years old when he signed his first recording contract with Warner
Records. After a series of live covers,
“Ride The Lightning” caught fire and ignited a community
of true believers before he’d ever toured or played outside his hometown of Hershey, PA.
Zeiders’ distinctive, high energy country music is powered by a steady supply of youthful grit,
honesty, muscle, and an incredible voice! The now 23-year-old singer/songwriter delivers
outlaw sermons in his unmistakable authenticity. After
“Ride The Lightning” became an instant
hit, Zeiders released a string of rockin’ but heartfelt tracks on his own 717 Tapes featuring
“West Texas Weather” and “Pretty Little Poison”, and hit the road for this first-ever tour with all
dates selling out in under 72 hours. To date, Warren Zeiders has amassed over 1.4 billion global
TikTok views, in excess of 870 million audio streams and well over 39 million video plays.
“We are continuously increasing the talent we bring to the Black Hills Stock Show”, says
Manager Ron Jeffries. “This event has become one of South Dakota’s largest gatherings as we
continue to bring concerts and other activities to the well-established and world renowned
horse and cattle sales.”
Opening for Warren Zeiders is Clayton Mullen, country music’s newest artists to
watch. Through opportunities by Josh Abbott Band, Randall King, and Corey Kent, Clayton has
been able to jump start his music career with the release of
“South of Forever,” in June of 2022
and quickly followed up with fan favorites
“Like That”, “You Me + Country Song”, and “Whiskey
Tickets for Zeiders and Mullen are $40 in advance, $45 day of show and go on sale
November 15 at the Central States Fair office or online at BlackHillsStockShow.com. Follow us
on Facebook for the most up-to-date announcements and schedules.
The Black Hills Stock Show & Rodeo, January 26 – February 3, 2024 in Rapid City; produced by
Central States Fair, Inc.