Clay Walker

The Sioux Empire Fair is excited to welcome CLAY WALKER to the Campbell’s Main Stage on Friday, August 4!

Friday, August 4 is Sneak Peek Night at the fair! Featuring FREE admission all evening, sponsored by First PREMIER Bank/PREMIER Bankcard, $25 carnival wristbands on the Midway, and CLAY WALKER on the Campbell's Main Stage, which is a free show. The fair hours on Sneak Peek Night are 5 p.m. to Midnight.

Gates open at 7 p.m.and the show starts at 8 p.m. Look for more information right here!

CLAY WALKER is a multi-platinum country music artist and East Texas native who rocked the country scene in the 1990’s. In 1993, his debut album was released which included the smash hit “What’s It To You.” He continued to make a splash, releasing a string of number one hits including "If I Could Make A Living," "This Woman and This Man" and "Rumor Has It."

In 1996, he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis but did not let that set him back. He has continued touring and recording steadily since the diagnosis and is well known for his high-energy concerts and performance style. In February 2003, CLAY WALKER founded the Band Against MS foundation after realizing the impact the disease has on others. Since its formation in 2003, Clay has helped Band Against MS raise upwards of $5,000,000 through charity performances, golf tournaments, bike rides, auctions, etc.

CLAY WALKER has had 4 RIAA Platinum albums, 2 Certified Gold albums, and 11 #1 singles to date. After “She Won’t Be Lonely Long” reached top 5 on the radio, Clay began working on new music with a fresh sound. He recently released his single “Right Now” to The Highway on Sirius XM, teasing an impending album release. The full album is expected to debut later this year.

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