"One, here comes the 2 to the 3 to the 4" Shaboozey is bringing A Bar Song (Tipsy) to the Illinois State Fair! Here are the details on the show and how to get tickets...

According to a post from the Illinois State Fair Facebook page, Shaboozey, the man behind the summer hit song on country radio A Bar Song (Tipsy), is going to be headlining at the Illinois State Fair on Sunday, August, 18th. The Facebook page post says tickets will be on sale starting July 6th at 10 am via Ticketmaster.

If you want more information on Shaboozey, and how to buy tickets, check out the State Fair's Grandstand information website by clicking here!


According to the Illinois State Fair website "With the meteoric rise of “A Bar Song (Tipsy),” Shaboozey and Beyoncé became the first Black artists to score back-to-back leaders in the Billboard Hot Country Songs’ 66-year history. True to his Virginia roots, Shaboozey aims to continue the region’s long-standing tradition of prolific creativity, this time by expanding the scope of contemporary hip-hop and introducing modern Americana to a global audience."  Track tickets for the show on the 18th at the Illinois State Fair are going for as low as $30, But there is also a "Blue Ribbon Zone" and a Pre-Party with tickets available for different prices. If you want more ticket pricing information, click here!

If you haven't yet heard the hit song A Bar Song (Tipsy) check out the YouTube video below, this is the live performance from CMA Fest in Nashville earlier this summer.

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