Toby Keith

Columbia Bank Concert Series

Saturday, September 20

Doors open at 6:30pm
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Reserved Concert Seating - $40 - $95
Purchase reserved seats here
Concert tickets include Washington State Fair gate admission, a $12.50 value. Tickets required for children 2 years of age and older.

Pit Tickets - $105 
The best chance to be up close and personal with Toby Keith! Pit tickets are general admission, standing room only on the floor, directly in front of the stage. Includes Fair gate admission. Purchase pit tickets here (please note, this is a separate purchase link from reserved seating)

"Red Cup" Pre-Show Party - $30 (does not include concert or Fair gate admission) - SOLD OUT
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About the Artist

Having sold over 40 million albums worldwide, music superstar Toby Keith has established a stronghold in the country music industry. With more than 40 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, he is known for singles “How Do You Like Me Now?,” “Beer for My Horses,” “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” and “As Good as I Once Was.”
Toby Keith was born in Clinton, Oklahoma in 1961. His grandmother owned Billie Garner’s Supper Club in Fort Smith, Arkansas, and those musicians were the inspiration for his interest in the music business. While working with friends as derrick hands in oil fields after high school graduation, they decided to form a band, Easy Money. When the oil industry dried up in 1982, he began playing defensive end with the semi-pro Oklahoma City Drillers, while continuing to play in the band. In the early 1990s he went to Nashville, promising himself he’d have a record deal by the time he was 30.
His debut single, “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” went to Number One on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in 1993. As the decade came to a close, it was the most played country song of the 1990s, certified platinum.
This singer, songwriter and actor has produced 17 studio albums, two Christmas albums, and three compilation albums. His release in late 2012, Hope on the Rocks produced two singles, both Top 20 hits, “I Like Girls That Drink Beer” and “Hope on the Rocks.” In mid-2013 “Drinks After Work” became the first single from his 17th album of the same name. The second single is “Shut Up and Hold On.” 

Columbia Bank Concert Series

Enjoy the BIG STARS under our Northwest stars! Join us for nightly concerts performed by a star-studded lineup during the Washington State Fair, September 5 - 21, 2014. There is no better place to enjoy the sights and sounds of a show than in the Grandstand at the Washington State Fair, under the beautiful Northwest skies.

View the full 2014 Concert Series lineup here.

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