Tickets include Washington State Fair gate admission, a $12.50 value. Tickets required for children 2 years of age and older.
Clay Walker Dancin' in the Dirt Party
Don't miss the biggest party at the Fair! The Dancin' in the Dirt Party features a live performance from hit country music artist Clay Walker. These exclusive "Standing Dirt Only" tickets offer access to the concert and party up close and in the dirt. Tasty food, wine, beer and cocktails will be available for purchase.
Party follows the Friday Evening Rodeo Playoffs at approximately 9:00pm. Please note that the entrance time may vary depending on when the Rodeo concludes. A limited quantity of tickets are available. Concert only tickets do not include admission to the Rodeo performance. If you would like to purchase combo rodeo and concert tickets, click here. Remember to wear appropriate footwear for standing in the dirt.
Please note: There is no wheelchair access or seating on the dirt arena floor; standing room only.
The party lives on! Live music will be performed following the main concert from popular local bands in the Bucking Chute Saloon.
About the Artist
Clay Walker started his country music career at the young age of 16 years old. While working nights as a desk clerk at a Super 8 Motel, he took a tape of a song he wrote to a nearby Houston radio station. While the disc jockey was not supposed to play it, he did, and Clay Walker’s career began. He had other loves, too, fitting of a country music singer. Walker placed seventh in the cutting horse competition at the Houston Livestock Rodeo, the nation’s largest rodeo.
Walker’s first single on his debut album flew up the chart, with “What’s It To You” landing at No. 1. This was followed with his second consecutive No. 1 hit, “Live Until I Die.” Since that time he’s placed 31 titles on Billboard’s singles chart. He’s realized four platinum-selling albums, two gold albums, and disks that sold over 500,000 units.
Walker has two causes that touch his heart, the first being Band Against MS (BAMS). To date he has raised nearly $2 million for the cause, which is fitting since he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1996. The second cause he helped co-found, Military Warriors Support Foundation.
For further information, visit www.ClayWalker.com.