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Performance Date:

Saturday, July 18, 2020 / 7:30 PM 


When Joshua Davis performed on NBC’s The Voice, America at-large finally discovered what Michiganders have known for more than two decades. This amazing artist connects with a live audience, nourishes their souls and feeds off of their love. Joshua remains a quintessentially Michigan Songwriter, drawing his inspiration from the rough-and-tumble streets of Motown to the arboreal Upper Peninsula. The mitten is his muse. Josh is artist who has his finger on the pulse of a culture that lives, loves and laughs, cries, mourns and heals. Joshua’s authenticity plucks all of the right heartstrings, soars on the updrafts and plumbs the depths of the human experience.


Ticket Prices 
$20 per person through July 10
$25 per person after

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to wear a mask?
    • Masks are strongly encouraged at all times, and WILL BE REQUIRED:
      • In common areas:
        • concession lines restrooms 
        • walking to and from your vehicle 
        • walking to and from your designated seating area
        • when entering the concert 
      • Masks are highly encouraged when seated in your designated area while enjoying the concert.
  • Can I sing along?
    • YES, feel free to singalong from the comfort and safety of your car or from your designate seating area. However, in order to maintain best practices, we encourage you to wear a mask when doing so, and to be aware of the safety and comfort of those seated around you.
  • How will I get my tickets for pre-order?
    • We will mail your tickets to you or you can pick them up at will call.
  • How is seating handled?
    • Seating will be general admission, with socially distanced seating taking place in clearly marked areas around the stage.
    • Each marked area, designated by orange paint, will be able to accommodate parties up to 8.
  • Do I need a chair?
    • Please bring chairs to sit on. The concert is in an area with minimal grass; blankets are welcome; however, chairs are advised for better comfort.
  • I am uncomfortable in a group setting outdoors, but I still want to come. Can I stay in my car?
    • The parking area is close enough to the stage in order for you to hear the performance. Ticketed patrons who wish to remain in their vehicle can do so in this area.
  • If I stay in the car, will I be able to see/hear?
    • Vehicle “seating” should allow for adequate hearing of the concert (with windows down), however, the view of the stage cannot be guaranteed.
  • When can I arrive at the Fairgrounds?
    • The gates will open at 6:30, the performance is scheduled to begin at 7:30
The seating area and parking area are all wheelchair accessible. However, guest should expect uneven terrain as this is in an outdoor/unpaved area of the fairgrounds.
  • Can I bring in outside food?
    • Yes! Outside food and snacks are welcome.  NO ALCOHOL or Glass bottles are allowed.
  • Can I bring a cooler?
    • Yes, but alcohol and glass bottles are prohibited.
  • Will there be snacks for sale?
    • Yes – prepackaged snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be on sale.
  • What type of payment can you accept for snacks?
    • Credit Cards ONLY will be accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.  Cash will not be allowed.
Yes, if seating is still available, you may be able to purchase tickets with credit card only. HOWEVER, seating is limited, so we encourage you to purchase in advance: $20 per person prior to July 10, $25 thereafter.
There will be restrooms available on property at the fairgrounds and sanitizing/handwashing stations available.
In the event of rain, the concert will be held on Sunday, July 19 at 7:30 PM.  Guests will be notified, via email if a rain decision is necessary.
For the safety of both the artist and guests, Joshua Davis will NOT be made available for autographs or meet and greet opportunities.
Ticket holders will be notified one week prior and again 24 hours prior to the concert about important arrival details, including arrival times and parking, as well as gates for entry/exit.
  • This event will be compliant with current executive orders and best practices:
    • A maximum of 500 people will be allowed at this outdoor event.
    • Seating will be in socially distanced areas, six feet apart, that will be clearly marked in orange paint.
    • Masks are highly encouraged throughout, and required in ALL common spaces.
    • Parties must use best efforts to remain 6 feet apart in all lines, waking to and from seating, vehicle and common areas.
    • For more information, please visit: https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/