If you can’t find live music this weekend you probably couldn’t hit water after falling out of a boat.
Tonight at the Stutsman County Fairgrounds Lost Highway will take the stage. The band is an up and coming country group that promises to put a little rock in some great cover songs.
They play around 8:30 p.m. and gate admission is $4 for adults.
Also tonight there is a street dance at the Corner Bar featuring the Michael D. Band from Kentucky. Haven’t heard much about these guys but it sounds like southern country rock. My source says they will take the stage sometime between 8 and 9 p.m.
Saturday the music is back up at the Fairgrounds as a Garth Brooks tribute band plays around 9:30 p.m. then at 11:30 p.m. another band, 8Foot4, will play.
I’ve been told its high energy, high octane, feel good party music.
There won’t be time to get the opening act for the free entertainment at the Stutsman County Fair in the Diversions page so I figured I’d let you know about her now.
Samantha Madison and WildCard is a group from Nashville, Tenn. According to Stutsman County Fair Board president, Al Lindberg, she’s a kicking country/rock gal with pretty slick band. She has also apparently never been in this part of the country before.
Lindberg saw her at the Dakotas’ fair convention last fall, and knew he wanted to act to come to Jamestown.
Watch this video and you might agree with me that he made a good choice.
Madison and Wildcard are free entertainment with the purchase of gate admission to the Fair. Cost is $4 for adults $1 for children 7-12, and 6 and under are free.
This is also an all ages shows. There are separate spaces for families, wild and crazy teenagers, and yes adults looking to enjoy a cold beverage.