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Don't Miss Free Entertainment During the Richland County Fair & Rodeo


Party Rock Project

You won't want to miss the musical, comical, and all-out entertaining talent of Party Rock Project, Wednesday, August 3rd at the Richland County Fairgrounds. This free concert is open to the public at 7:30pm in the arena/grandstands.

You know those songs that start playing and all of a sudden you find yourself singing along? And maybe you didn't even realize that you knew the words? Well those kind of feel-good songs from all genres and eras, are the what Party Rock Project brings to the stage.

With guitars, keyboards, and vocals, the band also engages audiences with their visual multimedia show.

In addition to their musical talent, Party Rock Project gets the audience involved with games, sing-alongs, and competitions such as Hair Bands vs. Boy Bands. Creating a fun and easy atmosphere, they will surely have audiences of all ages laughing, singing, and dancing.

Pistol Grip

Following the rodeo on Friday night, the Pistol Grip Band out of Killdeer, ND will be performing their specialized blend of country western, Texas swing, and classic rock stylings. Join them in the Beer Gardens for a high-energy performance and all-around good time.

On Saturday night, the music doesn't stop after the concert; join Dan Hunthausen and the Train Wrecks in the Beer Gardens for their unique folk-rock sound. This isn't the band's first time in Sidney, having performed previously in the Beer Gardens as well as opening for Emerson Drive in June of 2015 at the Richland County Event Center.

Join the fun and enjoy all the Richland County Fair and Rodeo has to offer this year, August 3rd – 6th.


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