The Sioux Empire Fair is proud to welcome CASEY DONAHEW with High Valley and Craig Campbell to the Campbell’s Main Stage on Wednesday, August 8. FREE with paid fair admission! Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children ages 6 – 12. For more information, click here.
Texas music sensation, Casey Donahew, began his music career by playing acoustic gigs at Fort Worth bar, the Thirsty Armadillo. Within a few years, he had conquered the small club circuit and was packing out larger places like the Fort Worth Horseman’s Club. He released his first independent CD, “Lost Days,” (which included the autobiographical nod to his home turf, “Stockyards,”) and the song quickly became a huge hit for the new band. Fast forward to today, and Casey is still living out his dream, gearing up for his biggest year ever. He will be traveling across Texas and the Midwest, playing to packed houses, with the release of what will likely be his biggest album to date.
Joining Casey Donahew is High Valley, the country music duo of brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel. Raised in the close-knit, remote community of La Crete, Alberta – more than 2,500 miles from where they now live in Music City – the brothers’ music reflects bluegrass roots with a modern pulse. Over years of relentless touring, High Valley has developed a devoted fan base that has devoured more than 43 million song streams, including 22 million for their high-energy hit “Make You Mine”. They are also well-known for their hit single “She’s With Me”, which has peaked at #8 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart.
Kicking off the night at 8pm is country music artist Craig Campbell, who finds a perfect sweet spot between tradition and modernity. He has had five consecutive charted hits and over a half million downloads. He is most well-known for his hits “Keep Them Kisses Comin’”, “Outta My Head”, and “Fish”.