“Fall Fest” bringing Craig Morgan, Night Ranger and Neal McCoy concerts to Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds in September
We haven't even hit the first summer festival yet and already Helena has got a concert series coming up in September that is going to have a lot of us setting another weekend aside. Coming to the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds, Country Music star Craig Morgan will be performing on Thursday, September 14, 80's rockers Night Ranger will be taking the stage on Friday, September 15 and 90's Country superstar Neal McCoy will wrap up the series on Saturday, September 16. Concert tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am on the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds website. Tickets for all three shows can be purchased at a special price of $90.
Craig Morgan is a former United States Marine who burst onto the country charts in 2004 with his hit "That's What I Love About Sunday" which spent 4 weeks at the top of the Billboard country chart. Morgan has an additional six top ten singles under his belt including "Little Bit of Life", "Redneck Yacht Club", the somber "Almost Home" and the boot-stompin' hit "Bonfire".
Night Ranger was a staple of arena rock in the mid 1980s and were staples on MTV, rock radio and Top 40 stations with hits such as "Sentimental Street", "Don't Tell Me You Love Me" and their breakthrough crossover hit "Sister Christian".
Neal McCoy made his name in the 1990s with his catchy melodies and his energetic live performances. McCoy had a run of top ten singles including "They're Playing Our Song", "The Shake", "Billy's Got His Beer Goggles On" and his chart-topping hit "Wink".
Fall Fest organizers are also planning 4 days of carnival rides and attractions as well.
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