Walla Walla Frontier Days

WW County Fairgrounds Post Office Box “G”
Walla Walla, Wa. 99362
(509) 527-3247
(Fax) 527-3259

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           2015 Frontier Days Concert 

                Wednesday, September 2, 2015

                 ALL tickets onsale NOW

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               ~Main Concert~

        "An Evening with Vince Gill"




    This artist is among the most popular artists to hit the country stage.  Known for his top-notch songwriting, world class guitar playing and warm, soaring tenor voice accompanied by his quick and easy wit.

    This artist has won 17 CMA honors, including Song of the year 4 times, making him the most-awarded artist in that category in CMA history.  In 2015 at the American County Music Awards he was awarded the famed Irving Waugh Award of Excellence which is awarded to an individual who is “the originator and caretaker of demonstrated ideas and actions that have dramatically broadened and improved country music’s influence.  Among his many merits he was also presented the BMI Icon Award which is given to “songwriters who have had a unique and indelible influence on generations of music makers.”

    Since 1990 this artist has won 20 grammy awards following the release of his breakthrough hit “When I call your Name”.  This artist was also inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007 and is a member of the Grand Ole Opry.  In August of 2012 this artist was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

     We are excited and honored to host such an Icon and pleased to present to you, Wednesday night on the Main Arena Stage, Vince Gill!



                         You can order online now

             or purchase at the Fairgrounds Ticket Office

       Monday-Friday from 9-5 (Closed 12-1 Mon, Wed, Fri)



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  • Wildhorse Resort Casino
  • Pacific Power
  • Charter Communication
  • Reserve Festival 1st 5 rows $60
  • All other Festival $45
  • Reserve Box Seats $40
  • Reserve Seats $30

*Prices Include Gate Admission
*Children 3 years and older need grandstand or arena seat.

Reserve Festival - Arena level assigned seating

Reserve Box Seats - Grandstand assigned seating, upper and lower boxes

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Reserve Seats - Grandstand assigned seating




      Once again, we are pleased to bring you our Free Pepsi

               Stage Concerts with General Admission!!!

  General viewing is FREE with purchase of Gate Pass

       ( patrons can bring their own lawn chairs, otherwise standing room only)

            ** Reserved VIP seating: $15 per ticket FRI/SAT

            (Fair Admission not included with reserve seating)

          Total of 200 VIP Tickets available per performance






    Since coming together just over a year ago, these artists have established themselves as one of country musics most promising duos.....receiving a Vocal Duo of the year nomination  for the CMA and ACMA....as well as debuting at the Grand Ole Opry!! 

    After opening last year for great Entertainers....Blake Shelton, Hunter Hayes....and more...they are kicking off 2015 with their own tour....."Where It All Began"...and we are on it!!!




   In the early 1970’s a new form of music emerged in the south.  This genre hit the waves with sounds of blues, country, gospel and the English Invasion of Rock and Roll that later was coined “ SOUTHERN ROCK.  The music was filled with style, Emotion and with bands on the forefront to include: The Allman Brothers and The Lynyrd Skynyrd Band.

   Their self titled debut album which included Danny Joe Brown, Dave Hlubek, Duane Roland, Steve Holland, Banner Thomas and Bruce Crump in the lineup was released by Epic Records in 1978 and reached multi-platinum status as the band established their reputation of working hard, playing tough and living fast through intense touring with such bands as Aerosmith, Bob Seger, The Rolling Stones and many more.  This band continued on the road with an average of 250 live shows annually.  Lead singer Danny Joe Brown, left the band in 1980 and contacted Bobby Ingram a Jacksonville based guitarist and friend, who gave him his first vocal gig in 1975 with a Jacksonville based band called Rum Creek.  Brown and Ingram then put together with Keyboardist John Galvin the Danny Joe Brown Band and continued touring until 1982.

   With the numerous songs and platinum hits they have garnered awards and recognition world wide.  Hits to include: Whiskey Man, Gator Country, Dreams I’ll Never See, and  Flirting with Disaster, I invite you to join us on Saturday, September 5, on the Pepsi stage for a Jammin good time featuring,  MOLLY HATCHET