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ALISON KRAUSS Saturday, September 8th, 2018 7:30 PM

Main Stage

ALISON KRAUSS
THE DEL MCCOURY BAND

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Parking Opens: 4:30 PM
Doors Open: 5:30 PM
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DescriptionPriceSvcChgTotal
Reserved Pavilion Seating (Sect 1 and 2)$69.00$10.75$79.75
Reserved Pavilion Seating (Sect 3 Front)$59.00$10.75$69.75
Dreaming Tree Club (Reserved Covered Including Cocktail Service)$84.00$12.75$96.75
Reserved Pavilion Seating (Sect 3 Rear)$33.00$6.75$39.75
YUP! Lawn (Uncovered-General Admission)$24.00$5.75$29.75
Pavilion Access General Admission VIP (Must Be 21 or Older)$64.00$8.75$72.75
National Concert Week $20 All-In Tickets (Reserved Pavilion)$15.00$5.00$20.00
National Concert Week $20 All-In Tickets (General Admission-Lawn)$15.00$5.00$20.00
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Alison Kraus & The Windy City Band

Famed bluegrass/country singer-songwriter Alison Maria Krauss was born on July 23, 1971, in Champaign, Illinois. Krauss began receiving acclaim for her musical talents at a young age. By the time she was 14 years old, she had signed with Rounder Records. She released her first solo album, Too Late to Cry, at the age of 16, after which she joined the band Union Station. At age 21, she became a member of that great country music institution, Nashville's Grand Ole Opry.

In 1995, Alison Krauss & Union Station released Now That I've Found You, which became the top-selling bluegrass album in recording history to date, achieving double-platinum status. Krauss's next solo project, 1999's Forget About It, was certified gold. Her 2004 album with Union Station, Lonely Runs Both Ways, won the 2006 Grammy Award for best country album.

Over her extensive musical career, Krauss has earned more than 25 Grammys and continues to impress with her new album, “Windy City”, her first effort away from her band Union Station since Raising Sand and her debut for Capitol Records.



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