Richland Co. Fair & Rodeo This Week
August 3, 2022 | View PDF
Chase Rice is doing the Saturday night concert with special guest, Casey Donahew. According to http://www.iheart.com, Chase Rice grew up in North Carolina listening to Garth Brooks and other singers who reshuffled and updated country music into something more in line with pop in the 1990s. Rice first came into the public’s eye in 2010, when he was a contestant on the TV show “Survivor”: Nicaragua. He eventually finished second and started releasing albums and singles once he left the show. In 2019, Rice appeared as a guest on the reality show “The Bachelor”, playing a private concert for bachelor Peter Weber and his date, Victoria Fuller, whom Rice had previously dated. The drama-laden episode aired in Jan. 2020, just as the singer released his next album.
According to his website, http://www.caseydonahew.com. Casey is a favorite on the local Texas music scene. He has 21 #1 singles and is a nationally hot touring act who consistently sells out venues all across the country. Chase Rice and Casey Donahew will be playing the main concert on Saturday, Aug. 6, at 7 p.m. Early bird tickets are $60 for reserved seats and $55 for general seating. The week of the fair, prices go up to $65 for reserved seats and $60 for general seating.
The PRCA rodeo will be presented by Brockman Rodeo, LLC, a locally owned stock company, both nights. According to the fair book they have been providing the livestock for Richland County’s Rodeo since 2009. Thursday will be Heroes Night and sponsored by Kraken Resources. Friday is Tough Enough to Wear Pink night and sponsored by Mid-Rivers Communications, Duane and Sherry Mitchell, Sidney Health Center Cancer Care, White Claw, and Prairie Electric. Early bird tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children under 12. The week of the fair adult tickets go up to $17.
North Star Amusements will be the carnival this year again. They originate in Bridger, MT and travel throughout Montana, Wyoming, and North Dakota during the spring and summer. In the fall and winter, they go to Arizona. They are offering prepaid wristbands for unlimited rides per day for $25 each while supplies last.
There is much much more to see and do with the food, vendors, exhibits, free concerts, and performances. There is sure to never be a dull moment at this year’s fair. Fair buttons are $5 this year and can be purchased at the fair office as well as the tickets for the events. For more information and times for the Richland County Fair and Rodeo can be found on the Richland County Fair Website, http://www.richlandcountyfairandrodeo.org, or the fair office can be contacted by phone at 406-433-2801 Monday-Friday. The Richland County Fairgrounds are in Sidney MT, 2118 W Holly St.