In the Coca-Cola Grandstand
with Love and Theft
Champlain Valley Fair
- Sunday, August 31, 2014, 7:00 PM
$74.25 Gold Circle Standing Area (Area closest to the stage, no seats, SRO area)
and Track Sections 112-116 (Reserved Seating will start in Row Q)
$53.25 Remaining Track Sections
$37.50 Grandstand Sections
$27.00 Bleacher Seats
Includes Facility Fee, EJ Village Fee & BO Surcharge. State Tax Additional.
There are no seats currently available for this event. Seats may open up closer to the performance date. Please call the Box Office for availability.
Tickets will go off sale via the web at midnight on Saturday. On Sunday, tickets may be purchased in person at the FlynnTix Box Office in Burlington, and on site at the Champlain Valley Fairgrounds in Essex Junction. Tickets purchased on the day of the show do NOT include gate admission!
Click here to see the seating chart that will be utilized for this show!
Includes Gate Admission to the Fair when purchased in advance of the date of the show!
Rising Country Superstar Hunter Hayes Coming to Next Year’s Champlain Valley Fair!
The Country Music Association’s choice as the best New Artist of 2012, Hunter Hayes, works at his craft virtually every waking hour. In his world, there are no days off. There are no hobbies or outside interests. Everything is focused on musical self-improvement. “With me, it’s always going to be music,” he states. “That’s the one thing I know. That is my thing. That is my place. I make music because it’s the only way I can breathe. This is how I want to spend the rest of my life.”
Hunter’s laser-like focus on his craft has resulted in an album that is the talk of the country-music community. He wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on the self-titled album. He co-produced it. He sings all the vocals, and he plays all of the 30-some instruments heard on the record. The barn-burning “Storm Warning” became the collection’s debut Gold Single. His gripping ballad “Wanted” soared to No. 1 and is quickly nearing Double Platinum status, lilting, groove-soaked “Somebody’s Heartbreak” has become the album’s third major hit –becoming a Top 30 hit in only two weeks and was most added week of release.
Whether mournful on a ballad like “Rainy Season” or passionately upbeat? on a tempo tune such as “Love Makes Me,” his performances on Hunter Hayes are consistently engaging. The airy “If You Told Me To,” bluesy and aggressive “More Than I Should,” softly persuasive “What You Gonna Do” and lightly wry “Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me” showcase various aspects of the gifted tunesmith.
The Champlain Valley Fair, presented by Progressive, opens Friday, August 22nd and continues through Sunday, August 31st.