Central Plains Dairy Expo Welcome Reception
Clint Black headlines the Welcome Reception & Concert
Country western music star Clint Black will kick off the 2017 Central Plains Dairy Expo with a concert on Tuesday evening, March 28 at the Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Black, who recently released “On Purpose,” his first studio album in nearly a decade, has long been heralded as one of Country music’s biggest stars. It started with the release of his critically acclaimed, triple Platinum debut album “Killin’ Time." Killin’ Time” produced five No. 1 singles and won Black four American Country Music Awards -- Album of the Year, Top New Male Vocalist, Top Male Vocalist and Single of the Year -- and also won him County Music Association’s Male Vocalist of the Year and the Horizon Award and and an American Music Award for Favorite Country New Artist.
Black has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide and charted nearly two dozen No. 1 singles including “Nothing But The Taillights, “Like The Rain” and “When I Said I Do.” He’s one of the most successful artists in Country music history having written, recorded and released more than 100 songs, with nearly one third achieving “hit song” status on Country radio. He has had over two dozen No. 1 singles, and 31 Top 10..
At the Central Plains Dairy Expo, you’ll hear Black’s newest songs the “On Purpose” album. It is Black’s first all-new studio album in a decade and his 12 studio album overall. The 14-track album, recorded at Black’s studio in Nashville, compiles a strikingly diverse group of his self-produced songs. The lilting “You Still Get to Me” marks Black’s third duet with his wife, actor Lisa Hartman Black. Ballads like “Only One Way to Live,” “Stay Gone,” “Breathing Air” and “Last Day” have never cut deeper, while his merry, clever “Beer” and “Better and Worse” are among the most upbeat songs that he has ever crafted. “Time For That,” “Doing It Now For Love” and “Summertime Song” are catchy examples of how groove-soaked his music can be. “Calling It News” is a wry, topical statement, while “The Trouble” is colored by Australian slang.
For more about Black, see www.clintblack.com.Tickets free for dairy producers
Tickets to the Welcome Reception and Concert are free for dairy producers, their families and their employees. You need a VIP name badge, though, to get access to the concert floor. You can register online for name badge.
Tickets for Central Plains Dairy Expo exhibitors are included in their exhibitor materials.
Industry partners who are not exhibiting can call 218-236-8420 for information on receiving VIP tickets to the Welcome Reception.General admission tickets
General admission tickets will be available for $25/each from Ticketmaster beginning Feb. 10. These tickets are for people who are not in the dairy industry, but wish to attend the concert as the Central Plains Dairy Expo’s guest. The tickets are for seating in in the second and third levels of the Sanford Premier Center, but not the concert floor.
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