Welcome Sawyer Brown back to Beaver Dam, when the American country music group, returns to Wisconsin on Thursday August 15 at 8:00 pm. This is Sawyer Brown’s third time taking the stage at the Dodge County Fair.

The seasoned group of five has performed on stage in more than 4,500 shows across the world. The Dodge County Fair is just one of seventy-five shows on their current tour. The group is adding more tour dates regularly. They have performed at the Grand Ole Opry several times in 2019, as they are hitting the iconic stage nearly every single month. The band also recently performed at Country Jam in Eau Claire and has noted that they have performed in Wisconsin more than any other state in the country. Gregg “Hobie” Hubbard, the group’s keyboardist, remarked that it “always feels like coming home” when they perform in Wisconsin. Join Hubbard and the rest of the group when they perform in Beaver Dam on August 15and welcome them back “home” to Wisconsin.

The group has released twenty albums over the years, which featured popular hits: “Step That Step”, “Thank God for You”, “I Don’t Believe in Goodbye” and “This Time” among others. Even though the group got their start on the popular television series Star Search back in the 1980’s, the band is still going strong on stage and through collaborations with four of its five founding members. Sawyer Brown and Home Free recently performed a special rendition of “Some Girls Do” for the Grand Ole Opry Facebook live series.  Mark Miller (lead vocals) was also invited by Dierks Bentley to perform at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

If fans are still looking for more free live music after the Sawyer Brown performance, they can stick around and listen to Madison’s Madpolecats. The unique group will entertain crowds on the Radio Park Stage from 9:30-11:30 pm. Fans will enjoy the family band’s unique blend of bluegrass, reggae and punk.

Thursday is kids wristband day from 1:00-5:00 pm. Children can enjoy unlimited rides for only $20/child. August 15th is also senior citizens day at the Fair. Older attendees can enjoy free bingo, prizes and live music from the 50’s through the 80’s on the Radio Park Stage. Before the Sawyer Brown concert, attendees can enjoy music from the Loco Vocals from 1:00-4:00 pm.

Evening entertainment is free during each night of the 2019 Dodge County Fair. Sawyer Brown joins other well-known acts for free concerts across several genres. The much-anticipated line up includes LANCO (Friday) and Great White and Slaughter (Saturday). The Badger State Truck and Tractor Pull is scheduled to entertain crowds on Wednesday evening across two tracks and the Demolition Derbies are scheduled to round out the free entertainment on Sunday.

Attend the fair for only $5.40 per day with the purchase of a season ticket.  Daily gate admission is $7 before 12:00 pm; or $10 after 12:00 pm.  Children age nine and under are free.  Season tickets are only $27 in advance or $35 at the gate. Parking and each of these events are free with paid gate admission to the fair.