THURSDAY

JULY 18TH

FRIDAY

JULY 19TH

SATURDAY

JULY 20TH

SUNDAY

JULY 21ST

THE MUSIC

THURSDAY NIGHT

JARED HOVIS

8PM (GATES 5PM)

Jared Hovis

Jared Hovis is a Northern California native making his way up in the country music scene. The singer-songwriter made his way from his hometown of Burney in eastern Shasta County to Nashville to follow his dreams.

Jared has released multiple singles that showcase his genuine emotions and love for the 90’s honky-tonk rhythms that have influenced his sound. His song “Comin’ Over Sober” displays his raw songwriting abilities, while “Bad Ole Days” reflects his adoration for the genre’s classic artists like George Strait, Merle Haggard, Daryle Singletary, and Keith Whitley. Over time, Jared has had the privilege to play at several prominent Nashville venues, county and state fairs, with frequent appearances at Florabama, Tacklebox in Chico, CA and even opening for renowned artists such as Mark Wills, Priscilla Block, Craig Campbell, Jackson Dean, and many others.

Jared brings a dynamic live performance to the stage, captivating audiences with a genuine connection and unforgettable energy.

 

FRIDAY NIGHT - headliner

LONSTAR

8PM (GATES 6PM)

LoneStar

Not every musician has the opportunity to revisit and even potentially improve upon their biggest hits. But on the forthcoming TEN to 1 record, the award-winning band Lonestar— Dean Sams (keyboards, acoustic guitar, background vocals), Michael Britt (lead guitarist, background vocals ), Keech Rainwater (drums) and Drew Womack (lead vocals, guitar)—are taking a fresh look at all 10 of their chart-topping country songs.

This streak started in 1996 with the band’s second single, the rock-edged “No News,”

and continued with the following year’s “Come Cryin’ to Me” and “Everything’s Changed.” The band’s quadruple-platinum 1999 album Lonely Grill spawned four No. 1 hits (including the beloved global smash “Amazed”) and established Lonestar as music’s preeminent pop-country band—a status they’d maintain through the 2000s and beyond.

With these re-recordings, the band members were mindful of striking a balance between preserving the sonic elements fans were familiar with—and not repeating them. Fittingly, TEN to 1 record reflects the ways Lonestar’s hits have evolved over the years during the band’s rousing, high-energy concerts. Such talent has contributed to the band winning many of music’s top honors, including Academy Of Country Music awards for New Vocal Group in 1996, Single and Song Of The Year in 2000, along with Humanitarian Of The Year in 2002. They also won Country Music Association’s Vocal Group of the Year and International Artist Achievement award in 2001. All told, Lonestar have sold more than 10.5 million records since their formation.

 

With the release of TEN to 1 record, the band members are full of gratitude for what they’ve accomplished already, and excited about what the future holds. “It’s amazing that we’re still standing and putting on great shows after all these years,” Sams says. “The fans are still coming out to our shows night after night, to see us and hear our music. That’s almost 30 years of touring, and I can’t tell you how grateful I am—and I’ve never once taken it for granted.”

FRIDAY NIGHT - OPENER

CHAD BUSHNELL

7PM (GATES 6PM)

CHAD BUSHNELL

Not every musician has the opportunity to revisit and even potentially improve upon their biggest hits. But on the forthcoming TEN to 1 record, the award-winning band Lonestar— Dean Sams (keyboards, acoustic guitar, background vocals), Michael Britt (lead guitarist, background vocals ), Keech Rainwater (drums) and Drew Womack (lead vocals, guitar)—are taking a fresh look at all 10 of their chart-topping country songs.

This streak started in 1996 with the band’s second single, the rock-edged “No News,”

and continued with the following year’s “Come Cryin’ to Me” and “Everything’s Changed.” The band’s quadruple-platinum 1999 album Lonely Grill spawned four No. 1 hits (including the beloved global smash “Amazed”) and established Lonestar as music’s preeminent pop-country band—a status they’d maintain through the 2000s and beyond.

With these re-recordings, the band members were mindful of striking a balance between preserving the sonic elements fans were familiar with—and not repeating them. Fittingly, TEN to 1 record reflects the ways Lonestar’s hits have evolved over the years during the band’s rousing, high-energy concerts. Such talent has contributed to the band winning many of music’s top honors, including Academy Of Country Music awards for New Vocal Group in 1996, Single and Song Of The Year in 2000, along with Humanitarian Of The Year in 2002. They also won Country Music Association’s Vocal Group of the Year and International Artist Achievement award in 2001. All told, Lonestar have sold more than 10.5 million records since their formation.

 

With the release of TEN to 1 record, the band members are full of gratitude for what they’ve accomplished already, and excited about what the future holds. “It’s amazing that we’re still standing and putting on great shows after all these years,” Sams says. “The fans are still coming out to our shows night after night, to see us and hear our music. That’s almost 30 years of touring, and I can’t tell you how grateful I am—and I’ve never once taken it for granted.”

SATURDAY NIGHT - HEADLINER

JOSH TURNER

8PM (GATES 6PM)

JOSH TURNER

With timeless songs like “Long Black Train” and “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” Josh Turner’s global reach has surpassed 5.8B global streams, 6.5M album sales and almost 12M track sales world-wide. Turner’s five No. 1 singles include “Your Man,” of which the official music video surpassed 223 million views. Turner’s album Long Black Train debuted 20 years ago and was certified Platinum by the RIAA with nearly 1.5M album sales, 1.3M track downloads and almost 315M life-to-date streams. The lead single of the same name was also certified Platinum making up over 1M track downloads and almost 245M global streams. Turner released his first Greatest Hits album in September of this year, which features 11 of his biggest songs from seven of his studio albums. In June 2021, Turner released Your Man Deluxe Edition, celebrating 15 years of Turner’s iconic double Platinum-selling album, as well as the mini documentary “Josh Turner Your Man 15th Anniversary” (Mini Doc). The now certified triple-Platinum selling “Would You Go With Me,” featured on Your Man Deluxe Edition, experienced a viral surge across TikTok leading to a jump in streaming which landed the classic country tune on Spotify’s US Viral 50 along with Spotify Viral charts in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland. A native of South Carolina, Turner has been nominated for three GMA Dove Awards and won his first GMA Dove Award in 2021 for “I Saw The Light” featuring Sonya Isaacs, off his I Serve a Savior album. Turner has been nominated for two GRAMMY Awards, five CMA Awards, two ACM Awards, one CMT Award, seven ACA Awards and has received six Inspirational Country Music Awards. Turner released his first Christmas album, King Size Manger, in 2021 and last Christmas it was released on vinyl. His first television special, “King Size Manger,” debuted on UPtv in 2022 and is also available on DVD. To support music and arts education, he created The Josh Turner Scholarship Fund to help students pursue their studies in these fields. Turner and his wife Jennifer, whom he met as a student at Nashville’s Belmont University, have four sons.

SATURDAY NIGHT - OPENER

BUCK FORD

7PM (GATES 6PM)

BUCK FORD

30 YEAR OLD BUCK FORD IS A SINGING AND RECORDING COUNTRY MUSIC 
Nashville recording artist Buck Ford focuses on keeping that authentic country sound mixed in with his modern style edginess. Bucks influences consist of George Strait, Haggard, mark chesnutt, Daryle Singletary, Keith Whiteley, just to name a few. Buck and his band pride themselves on the fact that their performances “bring back to life” that authentic country sound with an edgy modern new flavor. 

THE RODEO

THURSDAY - JULY 18

CCPRA RODEO

6PM (GATES 5PM)

THE DETAILS

Get ready for a high-buckin’ good time at the Lasssen County Fair Rodeo! This CCPRA sanctioned rodeo features ranch bronc riding, branding, doctoring, team penning, and more. 

 

THE DEMOLITION DERBY

SUNDAY - JULY 21

TICKETS ON SALE DAY-OF THE EVENT AT THE MAIN GRANDSTAND ARENA

 

THE DETAILS

Feel the adrenaline at the Lassen County Fair Demolition Derby! Drivers battle it out in this high-stakes competition to be the last vehicle standing. The Derby also features a Little Tykes Demo Derby competition.

DERBY Admission & Grand Prize

DERBY ADMISSION

$35

GRAND PRIZE

$1,000

Little Tykes Derby

FREE ENTRY

Competitors must provide their own Power Wheels. 4 balloons will be attached to vehicle. Last child with balloons wins!

DIVISIONS

5-7 years old
8-10 years old

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