• LEE GREENWOOD ~ Grandstands

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    Name: LEE GREENWOOD ~ Grandstands
    Date: August 14, 2019
    Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM PDT
    Event Description:

    LEE GREENWOOD with Fogline at the Fairgrounds Grandstands
    on opening night of the Jo Co Fair 2019

    Lee Greenwood is an ICON in country music, with more than 30 albums to his credit. In fact, MCA released an album in 2013 called ICON.

    Greenwood’s latest CD is: "I Want to Be in Your World." He wrote three of the seven songs & plays saxophone on the original track, “Here Comes Love There Goes My Heart”.
    “God Bless the USA” went far beyond what Greenwood expected when he wrote it in the back of his tour bus in 1983. The song has been in the top five on the country singles charts three times (1991, 2001, and 2003), giving it the distinction the only song in any genre of music to achieve that feat. It was also #1 on the pop charts after 9/11/01. Greenwood says; “USA is the song I always   felt the need to write”. “I wanted to have something that would unite Americans from coast to coast and to instill pride back in the United States. The song represents my family, my community and those men & women who have paid the price for the freedoms we all love & enjoy.”

    Event Media:
    Josephine County Fairgrounds
    Event Center Grandstands
    Grants Pass
    Date/Time Information:
    Wednesday, August 14, 2019
    Fogline:  7:00pm
    Lee Greenwood:  8:00pm
    Contact Information:
    Fairgrounds Office: (541) 476-3215
    Lee Greenwood Seating Only rates:
    Upper Level Only:  Free with General Admission Ticket

    Ticket Locations:  Fairgrounds Office; Grange Coop: Grants Pass, Central Point, Medford & White City
    (No Online Tickets)

    Grey Sections:  $25.00
    Green Sections:  $30.00
    VIP Handicap Front of Tent Section:  $25.00
    Sides Only Handicap/Blue Sections - Free with General Admission
    VIP/PURPLE Section:  $750.00

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