Talk about a way to kick off the biggest fairs in Montana!

The Big Sky Country State Fair is proud to announce that hip-hop legend T.I. will be kicking off the first day of the fair this summer on Wednesday, July 20. That's right, hip-hop is coming back to the fairgrounds after Nelly broke fair concert attendance records last year.

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T.I. is known for his chart-topping hits such as Live Your LifeWhatever You LikeBring Em Out, and many more!

T.I. will be supported by country singer Willie Jones! Willie Jones was a contestant on The X Factor and tens of millions of streams on Spotify. Willie Jones's most well-known songs are Down By The Riverside, Back Porch, and other great songs. 

If you are wondering if you need to buy concert tickets and fair admission separately, don't worry! Your concert ticket includes your entry to get into the fair!

Another sweet part of these tickets is that the highest price for a ticket is $44. That's a steal to get into the fair and see one of the biggest names in hip hop live in concert!

    • WHAT: T.I with special guest Willie Jones
    • WHERE: Big Sky Country State Fair. Gallatin County Fairgrounds.
    • WHEN: Wednesday, July 22, 2022
    • TICKETS: Reserved Grand Stand - $44. General Admission - $39. Available at www.406statefair.com.

If you weren't at last year's Big Sky Country State Fair's hip hop night, you can't miss out this year!

For more details, check out the Big Sky Country State Fair.

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