Trace Adkins has ignited crowds at venues across the nation with his fiery country music. And on Saturday, it’s the Corn Palace’s turn to experience the country music singer.
The award-winning artist has bolstered 11 million album sales throughout his decorated music career that began 23 years ago with the release of his first hit single “There’s a Girl in Texas.”
His Saturday show will kick off at 7 p.m.
With a handful of prestigious American Country Music awards, including three Grammy Awards nominations, Adkins will be perhaps one of the most iconic country music artists who performed on the Corn Palace stage.
In addition, Adkins’ performance will mark the second stop of his Don’t Stop Tour, which began Thursday and wraps up in late November.
While the 57-year-old artist is in the latter half of his career, South Dakota fans will have an opportunity to experience one of country music’s prolific singers. Depending on seating selection, tickets start at $45 and top out at $58.
Blood, Sweat and Tears with The Box Tops
Closing out this year’s music entertainment for the Corn Palace Festival will be jazz-rock band Blood, Sweat and Tears with The Box Tops.
The Canadian-American music group has been putting out timeless music since the late 1960s, and will take the stage at 4 p.m. Sunday.
While it’s been nearly 50 years since the dynamic band landed itself atop the U.S. Billboard’s Top 200 list with hit song “The Letter,” Blood, Sweat and Tears climbed back onto the charts in 2016 with the “Wings” album.
Known for its infusion of jazz, rock and soul, the band will bring a unique style of music to the Corn Palace, capping off a weekend full of entertainment.
Depending on seating selection, tickets will start at $42 and top out at $52.